Software systems used for the design, testing, evaluation and simulation of composite parts and structures are increasingly critical to development of a robust manufacturing process that produces high-quality components.
CGTech helps demystify the process of programming automated composite machinery by introducing the key components of machine independent off-line programming software.
Anaglyph (London, UK) has released version 4.5 of its Laminate Tools software application.Indiana Manufacturing Institute breaks ground CompositesWorld
The Indiana Manufacturing Institute (IMI) is part of a $50 million project where Purdue University will advance research of composites manufacturing.Boeing opens Alabama analytics and simulation research center CompositesWorld
The Huntsville, AL, US, research and technology center will employ 220 people and develop simulation systems for composites, ceramics, metals, propulsion, avionics and more.CompoSIDE, Tsai seek collaborators to assess trace-based scaling theory CompositesWorld
CompoSIDE and Stanford professor Stephen Tsai are looking for industry partners to help assess Tsai's trace-based scaling approach to composites design, which could help reduce physical testing requirements and speed material acceptance.Wi-fi sensor-based data collection CompositesWorld
ZyynTek (a division of EmergenTek, South Jordan, UT, US) has developed a turnkey wi-fi sensor-based data collection system for cleanroom and factory floor process control.