American Machinist. July 2004, Vol. 148 Issue 7, p85, 2 p.
A recent headlamp-assembly project at tier-one automotive supplier Visteon included about 20 design fine-tunings, scores of meetings, and reviews over an 18-month period. Mainly because each element fell under tight [...]
American Machinist. Nov 2001, Vol. 145 Issue 11, p81, 2 p.
Anderson Design Associates, Plainville, Conn., an industrial design house, handmade urethane foam prototype models for client review. This was a time-consuming approach, so Anderson investigated rapid-prototyping methods. Stereolithography was too [...]
American Machinist. August 2005, Vol. 149 Issue 8, p48, 1 p.
Makino's Hyper2J micromachining center meets the needs of prototyping shops and research institutes manufacturing precise and detailed parts such as medical instruments, semi-conductor devices, and fiber-optic communications products. Each axis [...]
American Machinist. April 2002, Vol. 146 Issue 4, p18, 1 p.
German company SFM GmbH is showing how rapid prototyping technologies are finding niches in art architecture. The company recent manufactured a mold of the Frauenkriche church in Dresden using direct-metal [...]