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Raspberry Pi’s Rob Bishop – Past, Present and Future of the Raspberry Pi

Rob Bishop, one of engineers involved with the development of the Raspberry Pi, delivers a talk on the educational mission and history behind the Raspberry Pi Foundation and a technical overview of the Raspberry Pi itself. He covers the motivation behind the creation of the Raspberry Pi and shows how the Foundation want to help deliver better computing education to the classroom through the creation of cheap, open computing devices.  

Raspberry Pi’s Eben Upton – Inspiring future generations with open hardware

In a world full of expensive, ‘closed’ consumer devices emerges the Raspberry Pi, a low-cost credit-card sized computer that can be plugged into a TV and a keyboard.   The hope is to see it being used by kids all over the world to learn programming, but it also serves as an ideal platform for hobbyists to try out new ideas.   Eben Upton talks about the transition from large, high performance systems to cheap, low power and potentially disposable hardware.   But what does the future hold for these innovative and disruptive products? Will threats to openness result in…

Raspberry Pi: The Tech Spec!

Ever wondered what the difference between the Raspberry Pi Model A and Raspberry Pi Model B is?   This video shows the spec for both the Raspberry Pi Model A and the Raspberry Pi Model B as well as weight,   February 2013 saw the 1st birthday of the Raspberry Pi. We at IET.tv have been taken back by the versatility and power of such a tiny computer since Eben Upton provided us with an insight to the Raspberry Pi at the IET’s Young Professionals Event at Savoy Place, London, late 2012. With it being the 1st anniversary of the…

Workshops for Warriors

Workshops for Warriors is a nonprofit providing quality training and STEM educational programs for veterans and transitioning service members. Workshops for Warriors keeps their students at the forefront of manufacturing through hands-on training in advanced technologies like 3D printing.  

Western Tool & Mold Adopts Stratasys’ new Certified 3D Printing Solution for Aircraft Interiors

Hong Kong-based Western Tool & Mold serves the aerospace interiors market where airlines demand quick turnaround of replacement parts to improve supply chain efficiency, but are often challenged due to the unique geometries of individual components.   Stratasys is proud to support this effort with it’s recently launched Fortus 900mc Aircraft Interiors Certification Solution has been adopted to produce aircraft cabin components that meet stringent FAA and EASA certification requirements.  

Daihatsu Rolls Out Customized Car Design with Stratasys 3D Printing

Japan’s Daihatsu is the first automaker to offer mass customization with 3D printing. Using Stratasys (FDM) Fused Deposition Modelling, Daihatsu designers and engineers have created a set of 15 spectacular “effect skins” which are available in different combination for their Copen roadster. They’re created using Stratasys’ ASA material which provides the durability, UV resistance and aesthetic qualities automotive designers demand.  

Schneider Electric Plans Factory of the Future with Stratasys 3D Printing (English Subtitles)

French multi-national corporation, Schneider Electric SE, is the global specialist in electricity distribution, automation management and the production of installation components for energy management. The company’s 160,000+ employees serve customers in over 100 countries, helping them to manage their energy and processes in ways that are safe, reliable, efficient and sustainable.   With efficiency enhancement central to its value proposition and indeed, the ethos of the company itself, Schneider Electric was keen to explore ways of streamlining certain manufacturing processes to achieve both short and longer term efficiency goals.   To help meet these objectives, the company has incorporated Stratasys…

Schneider Electric se prépare à l’usine du future avec l’impression 3D de Stratasys

French multinational corporation, Schneider Electric SE, is the global specialist in electricity distribution, automation management and the production of installation components for energy management. The company’s 160,000+ employees serve customers in over 100 countries, helping them to manage their energy and processes in ways that are safe, reliable, efficient and sustainable.   With efficiency enhancement central to its value proposition and indeed, the ethos of the company itself, Schneider Electric was keen to explore ways of streamlining certain manufacturing processes to achieve both short and longer term efficiency goals.   To help meet these objectives, the company has incorporated Stratasys…

Design 2020 Program Helps Korean Students Reimagine Products with 3D Printing

Today’s design students will be tomorrow’s engineers. To help prepare them for their future challenges, Silicon Valley-based Innodesign, Stratasys and Dassault Systèmes recently partnered on the Design 2020 program. Design 2020 offered 20 Korean designers in their 20s a chance to become fully proficient in 3D design. Covering everything from industrial design and CAD rendering to 3D printing, the program gave 20 university students and local designers the opportunity to learn both theory and gain first-hand experience with the goal of conceptualizing their designs and exhibiting them publicly.  

Simulate Functional Metal Parts with FDM Nylon 12CF 3D Printing Material

The first of a new Stratasys material category in ‘reinforced composites,’ FDM Nylon 12CF is a high performance composite material providing the highest tensile strength, flexural strength and best stiffness-to-weight ratio of any FDM thermoplastic in the Stratasys offering.   It is made from Nylon 12 resin and 35% (by weight) chopped carbon fibers.   It can be used to effectively simulate composite Nylon and metal in prototyping, tooling and end-use parts.   FDM Nylon 12CF is available on the Fortus 450mc™ 3D Production System and is compatible with SR-110™ support material.  

New Agilus30 Rubber-like 3D Printing Material Produces More Realistic Prototypes

The new Agilus30 rubber-like material family from Stratasys provides new levels of tear resistance, elongation at break and tensile strength, making it ideal for prototyping delicate designs or parts that undergo repeated flexing and bending.   The material also features an improved surface texture that’s easier to clean and feels more like rubber. Because its PolyJet technology, you can also create a whole range of Digital Materials with varying Shore A values, shades and colors.   Agilus30 is available in black and translucent.  

Toy State International Creates Drone Prototypes with Stratasys F370 3D Printer

Designers at Hong Kong-based toy manufacturer Toy State International found a way to utilize 3D printing in ways that were beneficial and supportive to their business needs.   Prior to using an FDM 3D printer, Toy State would outsource their functional prototyping projects, leading to a much lengthier time to market for products developed by the company. But with the F370 incorporated into the design and verification process, the team is now empowered to be more responsive to projects in a collaborative environment. It is seen in their recent project to create a drone that is strong and stable enough…

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