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Siemens AG, SAP accelerate digital transformation with partnership
Integration of software solutions across PLM, ERP, asset management and supply chain will drive digital transformation across enterprises.
Swinburne University and CSIRO's Industry 4.0 Testlab for Composite Additive Manufacturing
Australia and Germany collaborate to build Composites 4.0 production line for competitive advantage in next-gen manufacturing and workforce.
Composites 4.0: Architecture and ontology
Adaptive systems, IoT platforms and apps, the need for 4.0 standardization and a new way to develop and certify composite aerostructures.
Composites 4.0: Digital transformation, adaptive production, new paradigms
An evolving landscape of automation, sensors and AI software is not an end, but a means to achieve the cost, quality, efficiency and agility required for future manufacturing.
Siemens acquires MultiMechanics, adds material modeling to Simcenter
The acquisition adds MultiMechanics’ TRUE Multiscale failure prediction technology to Siemens’ Simcenter for composites design simulation.
CEAD, Siemens intensify collaboration for industrial 3D printing of large composite parts
CEAD’s new AM Flexbot includes Siemens’ Sinumerik CNC and Siemens will include a CEAD 3D printing system in its Additive Manufacturing Experience Center
PUR metering systems designed for digital integration
KraussMaffei’s EcoStar, RimStar and RimStar Smart mixing and metering machines support digitization in polyurethane (PUR) foam production.
Research project claims CFRP part production at half cost, faster throughput
The iComposite 4.0 project, led by Schuler AG and its partners, has tested its new production process with carbon fiber-reinforced plastic automotive prototype parts.
High-speed, high-rate thermoplastic composites manufacturing
A novel process from SABIC and Airborne promises high-speed, high-rate production of thermoplastic composite laminates for mainstream manufacturing and a variety of applications.
National Composites Centre purchases Coriolis C5 robotic gantry AFP
Developed for rate production of large, complex composite structures, C5 will be part of world’s most advanced, flexible dry-fiber deposition cell.
DSM and CEAD partner for FGF 3D printing
The companies plan to develop new materials and processes for continuous fiber 3D printing and diverse end market applications.
Smarter, integrated data for ATL/AFP
More than helping to eliminate dry runs and costly errors, AFP/ATL software is beginning to benefit the whole product lifecycle through the interconnectedness of the digital thread.
Bye Aerospace expands eFlyer operations to larger hangar
The larger hangar, at Centennial Airport in Denver, Colorado, houses the company’s full engineering and operations team as well as prototype programs like its eFlyer 2 electric aircraft (formerly Sun Flyer).
JEC World 2019 preview: SABIC
SABIC (Pittsfield, Mass., U.S., 6/P12) is highlighting the progress of its Digital Composites Manufacturing line, an automated digital systems for rapid, large-scale laminate manufacturing, via a 360-degree virtual reality experience.
Moving continuous-fiber 3D printing into production
With patents proliferating and production applications emerging, 3D printing with continuous fiber reinforcement is poised for significant market growth.
Future automotive is collaborative, digital and smart using composites
According to Swedish startup Uniti, “The era of heavy, costly and unsustainable is coming to an end.”
GKN Fokker to implement automated kitting solution from Airborne
The automated kitting solution is said to reduce costs by saving man-hours and material scrap, and it enabling a flexible and digital workflow.
Siemens announces additive manufacturing software tool to improve 3D printing accuracy
An Additive Manufacturing (AM) Process Simulation tool for predicting distortion during 3D printing will be launched with January 2019 NX and Simcenter 3D software updates.
Advancing composites through virtual and augmented reality
A review of technologies that are bridging the technical divide between the virtual world of design and simulation, and the real-world of composites manufacturing and repair.
Siemens to offer 3D data visualization with Lightwork Design acquisition
Using more realistic imagery, simulations and VR environments can help identify and address potential product problems.
The International 14: High-tech but still accessible
Naval architect Paul Bieker and Henderson Boat Co. team take this venerable marine racing class to a more affordable performance/cost combination.