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Canadian bank’s chief economist says a consistently weak dollar and time needed to restore lost competitiveness.
3D Idea Builder to retail at Home Depot, Canadian Tire for under $1000. →
DOE researchers offer STL files, glass beads for a 1000x microscope that clips to an smartphone or tablet.
Fuselage Automated Upright Build (FAUB) system to assemble Boeing's 777X wide-body fuselage.
Language proficiency, Canadian experience requirements seen as largest barriers. →
Analysts debate if Apple can crack tricky wearable technology category. →
Technology in Acura RLX prototype could appear in Honda cars by 2020. →
iRobot's remotely-operated vehicles to “sniff” out chemical, biological and dirty bomb threats. →
Apple watch steals show from iPhone, iOS 8 and U2 performance.
NK Technologies ATH Series available for 120VAC applications.
Oriental Motor CVK high torque stepper series features 1.8°, 0.72° & 0.36° step angles.
Baldor’s Dodge disc couplings engineered for the oil and gas industry
Pilz Automation PNOZ s50 provides contactless control of two brakes.
Improve part the cosmetics and functionality of molded parts by planning ahead in the design phase. →
Updating drawings following changes to the 3D geometry in Solid Edge's draft mode. →
Why Bézier Curves Matter – The Style Spline in SOLIDWORKS →
Changing from lasso to Autodesk 2015's other selection techniques provides power and speed to design tasks. →
U of Montreal Hyve-3D system lets designers model in full-scale, immersive environment. →
3DPrintTech CAD plug-in splits large models into smaller components, builds connectors and nests pieces within any 3D printer’s build volume. →
B.C.-based Tinkerine Studios’ DittoPro designed to compete with MakerBot, CubePro in the prosumer market. →
CFI’s Research Facilities Navigator online database pinpoints Canadian university research labs open to working with business. →
Engineering analysis consultants bring expertise to bare on slippery design challenges. →