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For part 2 of MISUMI‘s MechLab Blog Design Spotlight series, we interviewed MAKEiT, Inc‘s CEO, Salomo Murtonen who designed their printers from the ground up.  Check out the excellent insight he gave on the present and future of 3D printing.  Don’t ...

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NAAMS stands for North American Automotive Metric Standard.  The official full name is NAAMS Global Standard Components and Assemblies.  The evolution of NAAMS begins in 1991 out of 2 initiatives from the Auto/Steel Partnership.  They were looking for ways to ...

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The powerful engineering analysis tools made possible thanks to significant advances in computational technology are now being unleashed on the non-traditional, “out of the box” problems that have mystified whole fields of science and engineering technology until now.   In this ...

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Whirlwind Introduction to the World of Finite Element Analysis (FEA) The world of Finite Element Analysis is a deep rabbit hole that can lose many an engineer.  To put it simply, FEA is a computational method used to solve engineering ...

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The next section of this CAD series will cover the rise of product management services – specifically Product Data Management (PDM) solutions. CAD has drastically simplified the design phase of a product’s lifecycle. This accompanied with globalization has led to ...

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History of CAD The first design drawings can be dated as far back to the 16th and 17th century.  Utilizing handmade tools to draw concepts and measurements.  Of course, as mankind evolved, so did the tools, eventually developing drafting tables, ...

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Since there are a variety of environments and application requirements, linear bushings and shafts must accommodate for such needs.  In this post, we will display the different material types and application specifications they can be applied to. Sliding guide components ...

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Linear motion components, linear shafts and linear bushings have different features available to avoid friction.  Friction forces are generated when solid objects in contact make relative motion. It is one force linear motion must overcome for smooth movement in accurate ...

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