3D Modeling

  • Photo of Lattice Technology’s new XVL Web3D Manager handles gigabyte-size 3D models on a web browser

    Lattice Technology, a software solution provider in the PLM space, released XVL Web3D Manager, a new product that enables viewing of complete product data (3D and metadata) using any modern web browser, accommodating even gigabyte-size 3D models with fast performance and access control. Lattice Technology delivers XVL-based software solutions that…

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  • Photo of Altair launches industrial design software solution, Inspire Studio

    Product design and development company Altair has just launched Altair Inspire Studio, a new 3D design and rendering software solution. The software was developed for designers, architects and digital artists and offers a flexible and comprehensive set of tools for designing, visualizing and evaluating products. Among the key features integrated…

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  • Photo of Shapeways and ZVerse partner to integrate 3D design solutions

    3D printing service Shapeways and 3D software developer ZVerse, Inc. have entered into a partnership through which Shapeways will offer its customers access to ZVerse’s CAD as a Service (CADaaS) platform to improve 3D file design and optimization workflows. ZVerse’s platform for Shapeways consists of an AI-driven design software which…

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  • Photo of FDA clears 3D Systems’ D2P software for anatomical models

    3D Systems has received additional 510(k) clearance for its D2P (DICOM-to-PRINT) software for the medical industry. The software, which enables clinicians to easily 3D print patient-specific anatomical models, works in tandem with 3D Systems’ 3D printers to create models for a range of medical areas, including cardiovascular, craniofacial, gastrointestinal, genitourinary,…

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  • Photo of Ogle Models serves up a 3D printed tennis handle

    Ogle Models, a UK-based model maker, showcased how 3D printing could be used to redesign and optimize a tennis handle. The handle was designed in partnership with Unstrung Customs, a European specialist in tennis rackets which was seeking a new and customizable way to produce the sporting equipment, and Skywide…

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  • Photo of Interview: nTopology eyes expansion with $20 million investment

    Following the launch of its nTop Platform in July 2019, New York-based computational modeling software developer nTopology has gained significant momentum in the advanced manufacturing industry. Most recently, the company raised $20 million in funding, which will enable it to scale its business and offering. In the midst of the…

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  • Photo of CADENAS launches 3Dfind.it search engine for technical 3D models

    CADENAS, a German software developer specializing in strategic parts management and parts reduction, has introduced its latest platform, 3Dfind.it, a visual search engine that enables engineers and professionals to find and download millions of CAD and BIM 3D models from manufacturer catalogs around the world. 3Dfind.it is in simplest terms…

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  • Photo of Volume Graphics introduces new generation of CT software solutions

    Volume Graphics has announced the latest generation of its software solutions for non-destructive quality assurance with industrial computed tomography (CT): Version 3.3 of VGSTUDIO MAX, VGSTUDIO, VGMETROLOGY and VGinLINE. Volume Graphics’ VGSTUDIO MAX software is used for the analysis and visualization of industrial computed tomography (CT) data and covers all…

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  • Photo of 3D print BMW’s latest concept car, the Vision M Next

    German automaker BMW has been a keen adopter of 3D printing technologies in recent years, utilizing the technology for prototypes as well as functional and decorative vehicle elements. Last year, the company achieved an important milestone on its additive journey, successfully 3D printing its millionth part in ten years. Today,…

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  • Photo of FDA approves Materialise’s Mimics Enlight software for cardiovascular planning

    Materialise has made a further inroad into the medical market with recent FDA clearance for its Mimics Enlight cardiovascular planning software suite. The software tools are designed to support clinicians in the planning of complex transcatheter mitral valve replacement (TMVR) procedures. Belgium-based Materialise has played an important role in the…

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