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Design World serves design engineers, engineering managers and other professionals in industrial segments including factory automation, robotics, rapid prototyping, semiconductor, material handling, packaging, medical equipment and devices.

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Design World serves design engineers, engineering managers and other professionals in industrial segments including factory automation, robotics, rapid prototyping, semiconductor, material handling, packaging, medical equipment and devices.

    How 3D printing optimizes distributed manufacturing

    How 3D printing optimizes distributed manufacturing

    The Engineering Research Visioning Alliance (ERVA) published a report on Engineering the Future of Distributed Manufacturing and identifies priorities that can revitalize U.S. manufacturing with sustainability and resilience in mind. In this podcast, Tali Rosman, startup advisor and Entrepreneur-at-Residence at Toronto Metropolitan University, shares how 3D printing plays a role in ERVA’s vision. Tali has worked at Stratasys, led Xerox’s former 3D printing subsidiary, Elem Additive, and now serves as a business advisor with expertise in advanced manufacturing.

    • 34 min
    Electrostatic discharge (ESD) within precision additive manufacturing

    Electrostatic discharge (ESD) within precision additive manufacturing

    Electrostatic discharge (ESD) within precision additive manufacturing by Design World

    • 21 min
    A look at ultra-precision grinding for micro tool manufacturing

    A look at ultra-precision grinding for micro tool manufacturing

    Micro tools play a critical role in the manufacturing of medical devices, microelectronics, semiconductors, and any miniature component where precision is essential. Darren Fox, a product manager at ANCA with over 33 years of experience in the cutting tool industry, discusses ultra-precision grinding and ANCA's FX7 Ultra.

    • 13 min
    IDS Imaging Development Systems Inc.’s Philip Freidin on vision systems

    IDS Imaging Development Systems Inc.’s Philip Freidin on vision systems

    In this episode of Design World’s Technology Tuesdays Podcast, VP, Editorial Director Paul J. Heney chats about vision systems with Philip Freidin, an Applications Engineer with IDS Imaging Development Systems Inc. They discuss new and interesting applications, how to select the best industrial camera system, and what the future holds for this important technology area.

    • 21 min
    How Sorbothane is protecting lightweight devices from shock and vibration

    How Sorbothane is protecting lightweight devices from shock and vibration

    In our latest Technology Tuesdays podcast, Design World’s Michelle Froese speaks with David Church, president of Sorbothane, about innovative shock and vibration solutions. Sorbothane has been developing materials and components that isolate vibration, attenuate shock, and damp unwanted noise for more than 40 years.

    • 24 min
    Mitsubishi's Patrick Varley on how robots can ease labor shortages

    Mitsubishi's Patrick Varley on how robots can ease labor shortages

    In our latest Technology Tuesdays podcast, Design World’s Michelle Froese speaks with Mitsubishi Electric Automation’s product marketing manager for mechatronics and robotics, Patrick Varley.
    In this discussion, we delve into the topic of robotic automation and software provider solutions — and, specifically, how this combination can help ease labor shortages. Patrick explains the significance of consumer personalization and how advanced technology from leading innovators can address the contemporary issues facing today’s manufacturers.

    • 18 min

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Eli W. ,

Great information on engineering topics

I like this format for learning about the latest technologies in design engineering. The interviewers tend to invite guests who are actually involved in real-world applications ... and they put the components and tools into context. That’s helpful for those of us migrating to new systems or upgrading machine builds with IoT functionalities etc.

Rafael Testai ,

Interviewer ould ask better questions

Just listened to the OtoSet episode. I’m disappointed bc the host didn’t ask the inventor questions that I could use as tips to develop my own inventions. I would’ve liked to know the skill sets they needed to develop their invention, what were their technical shortcomings after college that they had to learn to develop their invention. What programs they used, what was the headrest part(engineering wise), what knowledge/area of expertise that they possessed helped them the most to develop inventions.

PS: I don’t mind advertising. But come on, the entire episode was about how great ProtoLabs is.

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