Posts with tag: ‘industrial design’

3D Concrete Printing is Paving the Way for Future Construction Jobs

With increasing spotlight being directed on 3D printed infrastructure, 3D printed concrete is undoubtedly playing huge role within that revolution. According to a construction report by Visiongain, as of 2019, the 3D concrete printing market is now worth $27.8m. What’s more, other research suggests this figure is set to climb to $56.4m by 2021.
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How a Golf Club Is Designed and Made

The world of golf club design has dramatically expanded and progressed over the past 20 years. High expectations for design skills coupled with the increasing influence of modern technology within club design and the sport as a whole make this an industry of continual flux and revolution.

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Rhino CAD comes alive for GrabCAD designers

You’re a designer and you love Rhino. We get it. Rhinoceros 3D software allows you to create the beautiful, organic shapes that clients adore. You’ll be happy to know that you can now do even more with your Rhino CAD models! They are newly available for preview (and more) in our free, 3D CAD viewer in the Library and in GrabCAD Workbench.

View this Rhino CAD model in 3D on GrabCAD!

Pictured: Seat 002 with rails by Tom Van Ryn (rendering by Jura Stok)
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The Future of Design and Manufacturing at DFM Summit #3

GrabCAD recently had the opportunity to speak at the latest Design for Manufacturing Summit in Brooklyn. NY. The intimate setting of mostly small to medium companies in the design and manufacturing industries made for honest and interesting panels. It is clear to our team that the point of 3D content is to help designers and engineers get real work done and real products made. We were glad to be included in the discussion around 3D printing, scanning and modeling so we could share this message with others.

Design for Manufacturing Summit #3 featuring GrabCAD

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