veículo de difusão de informações em análise de marcha, reabilitação e biomecânica, captura de movimento para produções industriais
clinical gait analysis, rehabilitation and biomechanics, industrial "motion capture" (MoCap)
Since the launch of our first ground-breaking Coordinate Measuring Machine, the best selling Axiom, Aberlink have earned a global reputation for producing a range of cost-effective CMM's and Optical Measuring Systems that are renowned internationally for their quality, accuracy, robustness, speed and above all for being extremely simple to use.
Now the measuring option of choice for both large and small companies throughout the world, our extremely comprehensive range of CMM's and Optical Measuring Systems are used extensively within demanding market sectors, such as Aerospace, Automotive/Autosport, Electronics and Medical industries, safety critical fields where precision is a pre-requisite.
We are dedicated to improving the lives of people with orthopedic, bariatric, neuromuscular or other medical conditions that make sitting and standing a difficult challenge. We manufacture chairs that are comfortable, easy and safe to enter and exit, support the back, and reduce stress at the critical hip and knee joints.
"HP today announced that it is accelerating its leadership in next-generation computing by acquiring the innovative 3D hardware and software assets of David Vision Systems GmbH and David 3D Solutions, based in Germany.
Together, HP will exceed the expectations of customers by building on David's proven 3D scanning technology and solutions to continue evolving Sprout 3D Capture and its entire 3D ecosystem.
The acquisition will help HP accelerate the availability of desktop and other best-in-class scanning products to a wide range of customers. Specifically, the acquisition allows HP to evolve its Sprout 3D Capture and Immersive Computing portfolio and pave the way for David's preeminent 3D scanning solutions to serve as an onramp component for 3D printing.
As part of the deal, HP will also acquire the David team, which brings deep technical and business 3D experience with it. Terms of the transaction are not being disclosed."
Graphics and Media Lab (GML) was established in 1999 as a part of Computer Science department of Lomonosov Moscow State University. Laboratory head is Prof. Yuri. M. Bayakovski, member of ACM Siggraph Computer Graphics Pioneers Club. Laboratory possesses solid research experience in many areas of computer graphics, computer vision, image and video processing. Research is supported by Russian fund for basic research, state contracts, and by international companies Intel, Microsoft, Samsung.
Terrestrial laser scanners allow to obtain accurate 3d model of the object as a point cloud. Real objects should be scanned with different instrument positions and then scan data is registered into the single coordinate system. In practice the process of registration is performed using manual or semi-automated registration techniques. First fully automatic methods were introduced about fifteen years ago. Many of the methods based on well-known iterative closest point algorithm (ICP) permit to obtain the exact solution of a problem. Nevertheless, the problem is difficult to solve due to necessity of information regarding the coarse relative orientation parameters of point clouds. We develope the algorithm based on usage of orientation histogram to solve a problem without any information concerning scan positions. Experimental studies of the algorithm have demonstrated its efficiency at any values of point clouds relative orientation.
At Materialise, with our Mimics Innovation Suite, we're powering new innovations in biomedical research, and helping others make discoveries that save lives. We're also taking patient-specific healthcare to new heights by working closely with experts in the planning and execution of complicated surgical procedures.
"NexGen Ergonomics is the leading worldwide source for software and instrumentation used in ergonomics and biomechanics for analysis, research, design and education. NexGen also supplies a broad array of medical products. Thousands of organizations worldwide use NexGen's products, including many Fortune 500 companies, hundreds of universities, insurance companies, government agencies and consultants."
Rapidform software opens a world of possibilities with 3D scanners. Create parametric solid models directly from 3D scans in Rapidform XOR. Use the intelligence of your CAD designs to automatically inspect parts with Rapidform XOV. Process raw scans into meshes and surfaces with Rapidform XOS.
Shape Fitting Technology – it's only air, but what we do with it makes a world of difference. The soft, flexible, interconnected air cells that comprise ROHO DRY FLOATATION products are adjustable to provide a customized fit to a client's sitting or lying shape. As an individual's body shape changes, the cushion adjusts to facilitate blood flow.
Simple 3D is a site about technologies (3d scanners, digitizers) used to create 3D models, measure 3D dimensions, and track objects in 3D spaces.
Over the past few years a number of 3D scanner/measurement/tracking devices and techniques have been developed.
3D Models can be used in a large range of exciting applications areas: Animation, Archaeology, Architecture, Dentistry, Education, Fashion and Textiles, Foot Wear, Forensics, Games, Industrial Design, Manufacturing, Medical, Movies, Multimedia, Museums, As-built Plants Rapid Prototyping, Reverse Engineering, Sculpture, Toys, Mold Making, and Web Design.
3DReshaper is a tool for processing 3D point clouds wherever they come from: 3D scanners, digitalization, laser scanning, digitization devices... It covers the whole needs in terms of point cloud process, 3D mesh and surface reconstruction.
"3DPrint.com is a news organization dedicated to bringing you up to date on all the latest news from the 3D printing industry. We pride ourselves on finding interesting and unique news stories through investigative reporting, interviews, and on-the-ground experiences through conferences, site visits, and hands-on information. Our professional team of writers are experienced and dedicated to their work."
"Our website is dedicated solely to additive manufacturing (AM) technologies, including subset technologies like 3D Printing. We work across all languages and borders to reach leading institutions, organizations and industry leaders; providing news, inspiration and education to an audience of youth, students, entrepreneurs and professionals, worldwide.
We are not affiliated with any organization, institution or business entity, further supporting our goal to provide impartial, balanced content."
"Apium Additive Technologies GmbH is a technologies based company located in Karlsruhe (Germany) that provides solutions for processing high performance polymers with Fused Filament Fabrication 3D printing technology. The company provided the first commercially available PEEK filament and developed the first filament based FFF 3D printer optimized for processing high performance polymers used in industrial applications.
Apium PEEK 450 Natural:
With its unique mechanical, chemical and thermal properties, PEEK has many advantages over other polymers and is able to replace industrial materials such as aluminium and steel. It allows its users to reduce total weight, processing cycles and increase durability. Compared to metals, PEEK polymer allows a greater freedom of design and improved performance.
PEEK is the perfect material solution for your medical device applications such as dental implants, heart valves, spinal implants and finger implants due to its similar properties to human bone.
- Excellent chemical resistance
- Perfect combination of strength, toughness and stiffness
- Very tolerant to gamma radiation
- Suitable for sterilisation
- Extremely stable against hydrolysis"
"ASTM Committee F42 on Additive Manufacturing Technologies was formed in 2009. F42 meets twice a year, usually in January and July, with about 100 members attending two days of technical meetings. The Committee, with a current membership of approximately 400, has 6 technical subcommittees; all standards developed by F42 are published in the Annual Book of ASTM Standards, Volume 10.04 . Information on the F42 subcommittee structure, portfolio of approved standards, and Work Items under development, is available from the List of Subcommittees, Standards and Work Items below. These standards will play a preeminent role in all aspects of additive manufacturing technologies"
"The Rapid Prototyping and Innovative Manufacturing Network - RAPIMAN.
"Rapid development and the raise of awareness of possibilities offered by the emerging Additive Manufacturing technologies lead to several initiatives and funding schemes that try to promote the AM technologies to the industrial level. One of such initiatives and amongst the most prominent ones is Collaborative Research Center 814 - Additive Manufacturing, established in 2011 at the Friedrich - Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg."
"About Additive Manufacturing: The 7 Categories of Additive Manufacturing
Although media likes to use the term “3D Printing” as a synonym for all Additive Manufacturing processes, there are actually lots of individual processes which vary in their method of layer manufacturing. Individual processes will differ depending on the material and machine technology used. Hence, in 2010, the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) group "ASTM F42 – Additive Manufacturing", formulated a set of standards that classify the range of Additive Manufacturing processes into 7 categories (Standard Terminology for Additive Manufacturing Technologies, 2012)."