New short link!

quarta-feira, 17 de julho de 2013

Metal! Cortar metal por laser, imprimir em Metal, Sites sobre Máquinas-Ferramenta, Aviões de Papel(?) e novidades da GrabCad

Em Portugal, achei uma Firma que corta Metal por Laser, eis a página de Corte a laser de chapa, mas também cortam Tubo:


Corte a laser de chapa.

Espessuras máximas de chapa:

• Aço e Ferro: 20 [mm];
• Inox e Galvanizados: 15 [mm];
• Alumínio: 12 [mm];
• Acrílico e Madeira: 50 [mm].

Dimensoes máximas de chapa:
4000x2000 [mm]

A tecnologia de corte por laser tem imensas particularidades que fazem dela uma tecnologia de ponta, trazendo imensas vantagens, tais como:

- Arestas de corte com elevada qualidade, sem necessidade de acabamento posterior;

- Peças não deformadas;

- Possibilidade de marcação nas peças (gravação);

- Elevada precisão de posicionamento (± 0,05 mm) e repetibilidade de posicionamento (± 0,02 mm);

- Grande gama de materiais que podem ser cortados.

A CCLOBO, S.A. está preparada para receber os pedidos do cliente ou ajudá-los tecnicamente na formalização dos seus pedidos. Executamos todos os trabalhos em pequenas, médias e grandes séries, de acordo com o pedido do cliente.



  







A 3D Systems oferece-vos não só a Impressão 3D de Metal, agora, como de Cerâmica, a um nível de qualidade profissional:

 

3D Systems Completes Acquisition of Phenix

-Complementary Combination Enhances Advanced Manufacturing Capabilities
-Delivers Production Grade Metal and Ceramic Manufacturing Solutions
-Launches Bid for Remaining Shares and Voting Rights
Release Date: 
Monday, July 15, 2013 - 08:36
ROCK HILL, South Carolina –July 15, 20133D Systems  NYSE:DDD) announced today that it has closed its acquisition of Phenix Systems, a leading global provider of Direct Metal Selective Laser Sintering 3D Printers based in Riom, France.  The company paid $15.1 million for 81% of the share capital and will immediately launch a simplified take-over bid process in accordance with the French Markets Authority on the remaining shares and voting rights.
Phenix Systems designs and manufactures proprietary Direct Metal 3D Printers that print chemically pure, fully dense metal and ceramic parts from very fine powders with the granularity of 6 to 9 microns. Materials include stainless steel, tool steel, super alloys, non-ferrous alloys, precious metals and alumina for a variety of aerospace, automotive and patient specific medical device applications. Phenix Systems strengthens 3D Systems offerings and immediately positions it at the heart of these rapidly growing direct manufacturing opportunities. 
“Phenix Systems is a strategic and differentiated addition to our extensive 3D content-to-print portfolio and we are thrilled to deliver these powerful solutions to our customers,” said Avi Reichental, President and CEO, 3D Systems. “Our proven track record in advanced manufacturing, combined with Phenix Systems extensive metals technology and expertise represents a true game-changer that empowers our customers to manufacture the future.”
Learn how Phenix direct metal solutions can help you at 3DSystems.com.
http://www.3dsystems.com/




 




...A Machinetools lança um novo Site:






MachineTools.com Launches New Site 

A Great idea, a Fire and a Site That Helps the Metalworking Industry do More Business In 1999, MachineTools.com founder Stuart Carlin was running a machine listing fax service when he realized that the internet was quickly becoming the best and fastest way to connect buyers and sellers. The day his office burned down (true story), he decided that it was time to realize that vision. With master developer Joe Qin, he created an international on-line marketplace to buy and sell machines and tooling. The idea caught on and soon MachineTools.com was the most highly trafficked site of its kind in the world, helping sellers sell machines and buyers find the machine they need.




E um Avião de papel que vai ser tele-comandado, e muito barato, por isso, os Engenhocas vão adorar mais esta oportunidade de fazerem toda a espécie de experiências, Muáháháhá!:

 


Steerable paper planes and maple seeds the basis for life-saving, disposable UAVs

Loz Blain

The term "UAV" generally leads us to think about expensive, high-tech military drones like General Atomics' Predator, but a Robotics team led by Dr. Paul Pounds at Australia's University of Queensland has created a pair of UAVs that are so cheap and easy to manufacture that they'll literally be disposable, single use items. One's basically a high-tech paper plane, while the other follows the form factor of a maple seed with both designed to help save lives in the event of a forest fire.






E a Grabcad permite-vos agora partilhar os vosso Modelos, mas em privado, apenas com quem queiram, mas sempre com a facilidade de uso daGrabcad, isto é, não precisam de programas 3D, podem tratar de tudo, anotar, comentar, entre várias pessoas, trabalhando em Smartphones!
Maravilha:




GrabCAD Workbench

Share any CAD file instantly

Collaborate privately with anyone, anywhere

View and edit 3D models using only your browser







1 comentário:

  1. Olá, tudo bem?

    Visitei a feira SIGN desse ano e lá conheci a Cutlite.

    Eles vendem máquinas de corte a laser e mostraram um ótimo trabalho!

    Vale a pena saber um pouco mais: http://cutlite.com.br/

    ResponderEliminar