Power Wheels are lots of fun, but if you want to get serious about e-racing, it’s time to check out Formula E. Now entering its second season, the racing...
Lee Goldberg, Editor
3.30.2016
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In the Product Design & Development Brainstorm we talk with industry leaders to get their perspective on issues critical to the design engineering...
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3.30.2016
2:42pm
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The 3D printer market is rapidly transforming, and nowhere is this more evident than in the metal 3D printing segment. Competition among the largest market...
Kaylie Duffy, Associate Editor
3.30.2016
2:37pm
Smart machines provide a number of benefits including increased fuel efficiency, better performance, and greater productivity. However, they can also present...
Evan Artis, Global Product Manager, Eaton Electric Controls & Software
3.30.2016
2:31pm
A new report published by Allied Market Research projects that the worldwide 3D printing healthcare market will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of...
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3.30.2016
2:22pm
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Creating a robot that perfectly mimics the natural hand gestures of humans has perplexed researchers for years. Now, a new project at MIT’s Computer Science...
Kaylie Duffy, Associate Editor
3.30.2016
2:13pm
Like most Hackerspaces, the Fair Use Building and Research (FUBAR) Labs is a sort of community center with tools. Established in 2009, it was formed as a non-...
Lee Goldberg, Editor
3.30.2016
1:40pm
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In this issue of PD&D, we’re creating bendable, stretchable robotic fingers and exploring the top 11 challenges machine designers face. Also, in this month...
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3.30.2016
1:29pm
The media often portrays the present world as a war-torn planet on its way to self-destruction. Images of poverty, disease, violence, and civil unrest often...
Kaylie Duffy, Associate Editor
3.4.2016
4:28pm
In the PD&D Brainstorm we talk with industry leaders to get their perspective on issues critical to the design engineering marketplace. In this issue, we...
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3.4.2016
4:21pm
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With the addition of 3D printing to a designer’s arsenal, prototyping becomes quicker and easier. Current 3D printers can quickly create models from multiple...
Megan Crouse, Real-Time Digital Reporter
3.4.2016
4:15pm
While electronic capabilities double on an annual basis, battery energy density grows at only 12 percent. This divergence in capabilities creates a widening...
Gene Armstrong, Director of Applications, Paper Battery Company
3.4.2016
4:12pm
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Each year, Ray Products releases an annual plastics manufacturing survey. More than 4,000 professionals at companies using plastics manufacturing across the U....
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3.4.2016
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NASA’s Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle (MPCV) is a spacecraft planned to take astronauts farther than any human has ever gone before. The agency launched the...
Kaylie Duffy, Associate Editor
3.4.2016
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Cooling was a very hot topic at the Embedded Tech Trends conference, held this past January. Companies including Curtiss-Wright and the VITA standards...
Megan Crouse, Real-Time Digital Reporter
3.4.2016
3:05pm
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It only took a quick tour of the show floor of the MD&M West conference to find signs that the nascent on-shoring/re-shoring movement is alive and...
Lee Goldberg, Editor
3.4.2016
3:02pm
In this issue of PD&D, we’re designing NASA’s next generation spacecraft and finding the right prototyping technique for you. Also, in this month’s...
3.4.2016
2:55pm
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In this issue of PD&D, we’re teaching robots to learn from humans and 3D printing an automated suturing device. Also, in this month’s Brainstorm we ask:...
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2.8.2016
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In this issue of PD&D, we’re developing a multimodal drone and creating a tiny wearable that turns your thumbnail into a trackpad. Also, in this month’s...
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11.17.2015
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In this issue of PD&D, we’re designing a marsupial robot for extreme environments and 3D printing a functional metal bridge. Also, in this month’s...
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10.16.2015
5:05pm
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In this issue of PD&D, we're re-designing a luxury yacht and turning the human hand into a user interface with ...
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9.10.2015
4:54pm
In this issue of PD&D, we’re visualizing future passenger airplanes and enabling hands-free, eyes-free engine maintenance and inspection. Also, in this...
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7.20.2015
4:21pm
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In this issue of PD&D, we’re developing intelligent underwater robots and validating designs on the living heart. Also, in this month’s Brainstorm we ask:...
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6.22.2015
2:22pm
In this issue of PD&D we're replacing the Humvee and unveiling a small robot for compact spaces. Also, in this month’s Brainstorm we ask: How does the...
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5.13.2015
4:52pm
In this edition of PD&D we are designing a firefighting robot and screening infants for hearing loss with a BPA-free hearing screener. Also, in this month’...
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4.22.2015
2:46pm
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In this edition of PD&D we are launching the world’s first all-electric satellite and rolling mobility into the future with the Me-Mover. Also, in this...
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3.27.2015
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1.26.2015
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In this issue: Not in My House: Many people have expressed concerns about robots taking our jobs, and it has been a topic that has garnered heated conversation...
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In this issue: The World’s Second Printed Car: The Strati only has 49 total components, but the chassis was printed as a single piece in 44 hours ...
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10.13.2014
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In this issue: King Kong Lives:  Part marionette, animatronic, and puppet, the newest version of the famous ape is made up of 1.1 tons of steel,...
PD&D Staff
9.26.2014
10:59am
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