3D Printing News Briefs, August 4, 2021: Metal Binder Jetting and More
We’ve got business, materials, and more in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, starting with Sandvik announcing the acquisition of DWFritz. Moving on, Xometry can now instantly provide price quotes for…
3D Printing News Briefs, July 31, 2021: Student Racing and More
We’re covering a software release and new composite materials in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, followed by 3D printing used in Formula Student racing, to make metrology components, and to…
Hexagon and Authentise Partner for Open End-to-End 3D Printing Software Platform
Swedish tech company Hexagon has gradually been making in-roads into the additive manufacturing (AM) industry. This has mostly centered on simulation and design for 3D printing, such as through its…
3D Printing Webinar and Virtual Event Roundup: March 21, 2021
We’ve got over ten different webinars, online trainings, and virtual events to tell you about in this week’s roundup, covering topics from 3D modeling and electroplating to 3D scanning and…
LiDar and its Applications Part 3 – Micro-Topography
Topographic Map Briefly in the previous article, I brought up a topic or domain that is vital for different LiDar applications. In college, I distinctly remember in some of my…
LiDar and its Applications Part 1 – The Rabbit Hole of Applications
LiDar Truly I get too excited talking about technology, and I hope it shows. Although technology is awesome, there always lies a need for it to have a function or…
Aitiip: The Kraken 3D Printer Is A 20 by 8 by 6 Meter Manufacturing System
Whether you are a fan of pirate movies or not, most likely you know the Kraken as a fearsome but common sea creature of the deep, bearing eight legs and…
What is Metrology Part 24: Conclusion
This is the conclusion of our 25 part metrology series. It has lead to a lot of self analysis and future study due to curiosity.
What is Metrology Part 23 – Error and Perception
Margin of Error After a significant amount of time dedicated to this series, I have made some interesting insights. When you think of metrology and measurement, humans need to understand…
What is Metrology Part 22 – 3D Translation and Rotation
This is a quick article on rotation and translation within 3D environments. It leads to interesting thought processes in terms of measuring the real world and the digital world.
What is Metrology Part 21 – Getting Started with Processing
This is a brief explanation of some basic concepts in Processing. It is important to lay down the foundation before one moves to the 3D realm.
What is Metrology Part 19 – Moire Effect in 3D Printing
This is a short excerpt on an interesting phenomena within visual perception known as the Moire Effect. We will address this in how it operates within the realm of 3D printing as well as metrology.
What is Metrology Part 20 – Processing
This is a brief overview of the coding language Processing. It has great intersection within the 3D printing and image processing realms of knowledge.
What is Metrology Part 18 – Pixelation
This is a brief article that touches on the topic of pixelation. Pixelation is very important when it comes to color measurement as well as how the physical world interfaces with the digital world through information theory.
What is Metrology Part 17: Antialiasing
This is an article doing a deep dive into the techniques of antialiasing. In this field, there are many nuances that can be reveal to us that we are not aware of.
What is Metrology Part 16: Introductory Coding
This is a step into the world of coding and how it affects image processing. This interactive coding project helps to reinforce knowledge we have previously explored as well as new ways for us to get involved in learning more.
What is Metrology Part 15: Inverse Filtering
This is an article on the essence of Inverse Filtering. Within this image processing method there are two distinct methods to deblur images.
What is Metrology Part 14: Image Restoration
This is an article detailing the depth of information and and knowledge within image restoration. Be prepared to take a brief trip on the extent of this technology and how it can be utilized.
What is Metrology Part 13: Object Recognition
This is an article focused on object recognition and how humans are doing such compared to computer systems. There is an attention to detail that humans have more then robots currently.
What is Metrology Part 12: 3D Reconstruction
In this article we are taking a closer look at 3D reconstruction. It is one of the many interesting fields to study under the lens of metrology and computer vision.
What is Metrology Part 11: Computer Vision
This is a brief article on the basics of computer vision as it is an important field to understand within metrology.
What is Metrology Part 10: Certification
In this article, we are discussing the viability of certifications and how this is especially of new importance within the metrology field.
What is Metrology Part 9: Machine Vision
This is a short excerpt on machine vision and how it relates to 3 dimensional imaging and metrology.
Improving Metrology in Additive Manufacturing
International researchers explore the role of additive manufacturing for geometrical measurements, along with current requirements and the potential for future research. Their findings are outlined in ‘Geometrical Metrology for metal…