London | February 2017
Chris Pett (Makersco) talked about connecting designers to manufacturing last month at a small DFM Summit in London. 'More commonly someone will come in with an unfortunately extremely highly realized design that is not practically manufacturable.'
This RFID-blocking key-fob case works like a faraday cage to protect your car from theft Just like your contact-less payment cards stand a chance of being tapped into by a miscreant with a POS …Yanko Design | April 18, 2019
Increased demand for “smart” consumer products has tech companies pushing their engineering teams to implement machine-learning algorithms into newElectronic Design - Engineering Essentials Curated By Experts | April 18, 2019
Amsterdam-based duo Formafantasma and architectural materials brand Dzek collected volcanic ash from Mount Etna in Italy to glaze this "totally 1970s" collection of surface tiles. Presented at …Products – Dezeen | April 16, 2019
Before we get into the details of adidas' heady new footwear release, let's give it some context: over the past few years, adidas has led three main initiatives—Parley, Futurecraft and …Core77 | April 18, 2019
Airbus Helicopters uses Simcenter Amesim to minimize time and costs for certifyingAerospace Manufacturing and Design | April 18, 2019
PSL Datatrack’s Scheduler module allows users to plan and maximise the production flow throughout an entire factory, by ensuring that jobs on the shopfloor are correctly prioritised and the …PES MEDIA | April 18, 2019