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Roman Tavio

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Good afternoon, everyone. 
I am looking for investors, partners, yacht owners or anyone interested in starting a professional project for the construction of luxury yachts and sailboats for marketing in emerging markets. If you are interested, can send me an email to info@aborayachts.com 
Thank you very much.
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+Mahmoud Moustafa Thanks :)
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Industry 4.0 revolution in #manufacturing could add $14.2 trillion to world’s economy over next 15 years - http://bcmpublicrelations.com/blog/what-is-industry-4-0/
The concept behind industry 4.0 is labelled as the fourth industrial revolution to digitalise factories making them 'smart'
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Thanks for the reply. Whilst Germany are driving it, other countries like the US, Japan and the UK are also actively investing.
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Paper to CAD Conversion and 2D to 3D CAD Data Conversion services by +Engineering Technique at affordable prices. Learn more at http://goo.gl/nGKljo

#cad   #design   #3d   #engineering   #2d   #drafting   #3dcad   #solidworks   #solidedge   #autocad   #3dmodeling   #productdesign  
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Amit Arora

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Industrial designer Ross Stevens who also works as a senior lecturer at Victoria University’s school of design talks his heart out about 3D printing technology and its application by the Small Businesses and Companies in New Zealand. http://bit.ly/1LWMP9o
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Ludic Science

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The electrostatic motor is extremely simple, it has no coils and no magnets. 
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Rajan Gosavi

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How to plot mathematical function using MATLAB programming - Useful for those doing projects !!!!
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Anjali Sharma

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Every B.Tech Guy must read this Article . What to do after B.tech - M.Tech or MBA . 
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So cute you
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Ed Lopategui

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Why is unincorporated change necessary, why can’t you just make the change directly to the design?
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Amit Arora

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Did you see the #3dprinted Super car ? #3dprinting http://bit.ly/1HfvWc2
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superb
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As a physics student Yes but
As a mathematics student No

Anyone help me with this 
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+Carlos Leite​ got it
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Learn 3 things about #SOLIDWORKS #Industrial Designer that enable customers to quickly create multiple shapes and concepts that evoke an emotional response.

1. It’s all about industrial design
2. The cloud accelerates the design process
3. It’s complementary to your existing SOLIDWORKS products

#3D   #3DExperience    

  
Learn 3 things about SOLIDWORKS Industrial Designer that enable customers to quickly create multiple shapes and concepts that evoke an emotional response.
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Amit Arora

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Apple Scanner is the shot in the arm that #3dprinting needs http://bit.ly/1KCRX3S
Could we see Apple iphone also be the worlds best 3d scanner ?
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SolidWorks vs. Inventor

I work at a small company of ~10 people that manufacturers equipment for aligning optics.  We have some 3D models in both Ashlar-Vellum's Cobalt (older models) and SolidWorks (newer models), but we have not been very organized in how things have been done in the past.  Therefore, we are now making an effort to get some standardized procedures set up.

In the process of this, we have realized that now might be a good time to move to Autodesk Inventor if it has more features to offer than SolidWorks at a reasonable price.  I'm aware that this may ultimately come down to our specific needs, so I will do my best to explain what we need and would appreciate any feedback anyone from here can provide.

The equipment we are drawing includes some electrical components with the associated wiring.  In the past, none of this has been included in any kind of drawing, but we want to start doing more of that.

Additionally, since we have our own in-house machine shop, having the capability to render threads with more detail than the SolidWorks Hole Wizard, would be nice.

I know Inventor has some pretty nice tools to make those tasks very simple and easy, but I'm not aware of any built in tools that come with SolidWorks (our current version is SolidWorks Professional 2015).  I've seen some tutorials for doing wire routing in SolidWorks, but it doesn't look quite as well-implemented as Inventor, and I haven't been able to figure out how to add the tabs the the toolbar that they were using in those tutorials anyhow.

Finally, we have just begun to start use Autodesk PLM 360 to manage BOMs and purchasing (we're still doing most of that with Excel, but we are working on moving things over).  We made that decision because there does not appear to be a similar SolidWorks solution that comes at a reasonable price for a small business like we are.

Ultimately, here are the characteristics that matter to us:

1. Convenience of geometry creation.
2. Ability to easily add threaded geometry to parts (i.e. I don't want to have to manually create the thread geometry).
3. Ability to easily add wiring to the model.
4. Reasonable price
     - What we're paying for SolidWorks is acceptable, but if Inventor is cheaper, that would obviously be an advantage).
5. Convenient tools for managing BOMs that work well for both engineers and management
     - I don't know how well Inventor is integrated with PLM 360, if at all, but if it is, that would be an advantage.
     - Additionally, maybe we missed something when we were looking for a SolidWorks solution for this, so if they have something that is well-integrated with SolidWorks, that would also be a possibility.
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+Mike Dobrick I definitely will let you know what we end up going with, but I must say that I definitely have not made a decision one way or another, and even if I had, the decision isn't entirely mine to make.  I definitely have influence, but ultimately, I'm just making a recommendation to those above me.  They will be making the final decision, and that will probably be happening next week.
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Ed Lopategui

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Expect objection from older engineers especially at the mere suggestion of changing some of the most sacred and long-lived eng practices (ECOs for example).
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How do we stop budgets overrunning in major naval projects? Click to answer: http://bit.ly/1LCMWZJ  
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Use the money the government is getting from bringing heroin over from Afghanistan? Otherwise why would we be there? Story of Frank Lucas starring Denzel Washington, true story, duh
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The Colorado Petroleum Council is encouraging young women to have an interest in future STEM careers, such as oil and gas development.
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Well this is a good thing isn't it? I think so
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Overcoming the Barriers with Extended #Enterprise
Read more at http://goo.gl/IJGVeu
Overcoming the Barriers with Extended Enterprise: Jun 23, 2015 -- Companies globally are expanding their supply chain network to increase productivity and bring products to the market faster and that too cost-effectively. However, in reality, extended enterprises are facing problems in managing the supply chain network efficiently, affecting the product development time. In order to be productive with the decision to involve global partners, ther...
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Stefan Caliaro

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Woah, that’s sick, posted in 2009, I wonder how far ‪#‎Cisco‬ got w/ that #SmartGrid #electricity initiative. http://bit.ly/1LuJyA6 #IP #IoT
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Be the part of most prestigious institute of #Gujarat.
Admission are open for the session of 2015-16. 
For more information call 9909962787/9909962787 or visit our website : http://sigma.ac.in/
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