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The present specification describes systems and methods for interactive three-dimensional dental imaging. More specifically, the present methods and systems provide for interactive computer-aided design (CAD) in dental applications. According to one of many possible embodiments, an interactive dental computer-aided design (CAD) system includes a graphical user interface for displaying at least one three-dimensional (3D) image for viewing by an operator, an access interface for receiving input from the operator, and a prosthesis design module providing design tools for creating a virtual 3D model of a dental prosthesis responsive to operator input.
The present specification describes systems and methods for interactive three-dimensional dental imaging. More specifically, the present methods and systems provide for interactive computer-aided design (CAD) in dental applications. According to one of many possible embodiments, an interactive dental computer-aided design (CAD) system includes a graphical user interface for displaying at least one three-dimensional (3D) image for viewing by an operator, an access interface for receiving input from the operator, and a prosthesis design module providing design tools for creating a virtual 3D model of a dental prosthesis responsive to operator input.
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Research and Markets: The Computer-Aided Design (CAD) Software Market in Australia to Grow At A CAGR Of 10 Percent over the Period 2010-2014: Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/526da7/computeraided_des) has announced the addition of the &Computer-aided Design Software Market in Australia 2010-2014& report to their offering. One of the key factors contributing to this market growth is the need to enhance product visualization. The CAD Software
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In todays global and digital world, computer-aided design (CAD) can facilitate communication among design team members and make engineers more efficient. To meet the needs of the modern design team it is important that CAD models be formulated in a manner that is easily understood and that they can easily be altered. This work examines the role of an incentive to produce models quickly on feature selection, order, and organization (design intent). The role of design intent on model perception and the time required to alter a model is also investigated. The incentive to produce designs quickly is shown to have a negative effect on model attributes associated with proper design intent. Feature selection and organization are shown to affect model perception. The overall rating of a model is shown to be correlated with the time required to alter it. The importance of design intent on the perception of, and alteration time for, CAD models is shown.. Copyright © 2009 by ASME ...
Detection of chemical signals is critical for cells in nature as well as in synthetic biology, where they serve as inputs for designer circuits. Important progress has been made in the design of signal processing circuits triggering complex biological behaviors, but the range of small molecules recognized by sensors as inputs is limited. The ability to detect new molecules will increase the number of synthetic biology applications, but direct engineering of tailor-made sensors takes time.. Here we describe a way to immediately expand the range of biologically detectable molecules by systematically designing metabolic pathways that transform nondetectable molecules into molecules for which sensors already exist. We leveraged computer-aided design to predict such sensing-enabling metabolic pathways, and we built several new whole-cell biosensors for molecules such as cocaine, parathion, hippuric acid, and nitroglycerin.. Libis, V., Delépine, B., Faulon, J.L. Expanding biosensing abilities ...
This paper presents a computer-aided design (CAD) module able to analyze different manufacturing configurations of tubes used in mechanical assemblies, such as exhaust system manifolds. It can be included in the knowledge-based expert system category and has been implemented into a CAD platform as a dedicated module able to take into account manufacturing requirements related to tube bending, hydroforming, and cutting. The experts knowledge, in terms of set of rules and criteria, has been implemented by means of the automation tools of CATIAV5R10 according to the so-called methodological formal approach. The resulting module is able to join different tubes starting from their geometrical models, obtaining a set of manufacturing alternatives. Each of them is verified with respect to collisions with a bending machine and also in terms of hydroforming process feasibility. Only those solutions that satisfy these checks are accepted as feasible and ranked according to three evaluation criteria ...
ARCADES aims at disrupting the traditional paradigm in Computer-Aided Design (CAD) by exploiting cutting-edge research in mathematics and algorithm design. Geometry is now a critical tool in a large number of key applications; somewhat surprisingly, however, several approaches of the CAD industry are outdated, and 3D geometry processing is becoming increasingly the weak link. This is alarming in sectors where CAD faces new challenges arising from fast point acquisition, big data, and mobile computing, but also in robotics, simulation, animation, fabrication and manufacturing where CAD strives to address crucial societal and market needs. The challenge taken up by ARCADES is to invert the trend of CAD industry lagging behind mathematical breakthroughs and to build the next generation of CAD software based on strong foundations from algebraic geometry, differential geometry, scientific computing, and algorithm design. Our game-changing methods lead to real-time modelers for architectural geometry ...
This study examined the relationship between attitudes and aptitudes toward Computer-aided design (CAD) and personality types among interior design students. Twenty-eight junior and 28 senior interior design students at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University comprised the population of this study. Information was mainly obtained from the survey questionnaire and Keirsey Temperament Sorter which were administered during the last week of the spring semester 1991.. The collected data was analyzed by descriptive statistics. The frequency distribution and mean scores were used to describe the characteristics of the sample population, attitudes and aptitudes toward CAD, and personality types. Correlation coefficients were used to examine the hypotheses of this study that a significant relationship exists between students attitudes and aptitudes toward CAD and personality types.. Results of this study revealed that students seem to have higher preference for Extravert, Intuition, Feeling, ...
Electronic Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing Techniques Conference scheduled on June 04-05, 2020 in June 2020 in Rome is for the researchers, scientists, scholars, engineers, academic, scientific and university practitioners to present research activities that might want to attend events, meetings, seminars, congresses, workshops, summit, and symposiums.
Computer-aided design (CAD) of sporting equipment requires knowledge of the mechanical properties of proposed materials. The mechanical properties of composite materials are often not as simple to obtain as those of conventional materials, in which case micro-mechanical modelling could be used in conjunction with CAD software. A micro-mechanical model was used to predict the flexural modulus of composite materials, based on the assumption of partial interfacial adhesion between composite components. It was found that the partial adhesion model was both practical and consistently accurate. The partial adhesion model accounted for adhesion between components by considering an effective shear value at the interface. The model was compared to experimental data for glass, wood and carbon-fibre reinforced polyethylene. It was shown that the adhesion coefficient ranged between 0.1 for carbon fibre, 0.5 for glass fibre and 0.8 for the wood fibre composites. It was shown that using micro-mechanical ...
The table below provides an overview of computer-aided design (CAD) software. It does not judge power, ease of use, or other user-experience aspects. The table does not include software that is still in development (beta software). For all-purpose 3D programs, see Comparison of 3D computer graphics software. CAD refers to a specific type of drawing and modeling software application that is used for creating designs and technical drawings. These can be 3D drawings or 2D drawings (like floor plans).. ...
The engineering of catalysts with desirable properties can be accelerated by computer-aided design. To achieve this aim, features of molecular catalysts can be condensed into numerical descriptors that can then be used to correlate reactivity and structure. Based on such descriptors, we have introduced topographic steric maps that provide a three-dimensional image of the catalytic pocket-the region of the catalyst where the substrate binds and reacts-enabling it to be visualized and also reshaped by changing various parameters. These topographic steric maps, especially when used in conjunction with density functional theory calculations, enable catalyst structural modifications to be explored quickly, making the online design of new catalysts accessible to the wide chemical community. In this Perspective, we discuss the application of topographic steric maps either to rationalize the behaviour of known catalysts-from synthetic molecular species to metalloenzymes-or to design improved catalysts ...
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Saenger/Horus spaceplane. Computer-Aided Design (CAD) graphic of the proposed Saenger spaceplane carrying the smaller Horus space shuttle on its back. The pressure distribution over their surf- aces during flight is colour-coded: dark blue (highest), through light blue, green and yellow to red (lowest). The Saenger/Horus system is designed to provide a cheap method of launching astronauts and cargo into space. The Saenger would take off from a normal runway and, powered by jet engines, climb to 37,000 metres. It would then release the Horus which would use rockets to propel itself into orbit. Saenger and Horus are designed to be reusable. They are German designs. - Stock Image T476/0063
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Assessing Computer-Aided Design Skills: 10.4018/978-1-5225-2255-3.ch642: This chapter discusses the difficulties of CAD assessment through examining and reviewing existing CAD examination questions in Hong Kong. Based on the
An updated, high-end Computer-Aided Design Lab was dedicated Oct. 15 in Randolph Hall. The Virginia Tech CAD Lab, in operation since 1983, recently underwent its 10th installation of new equipment, with 28 new Quad core Intel i7 iMacs, each with dual display screens in 27 inches and 24 inches. The computers, boasting 16 GB of RAM each, are outfitted to run Windows 7 as well, for PC-minded students. ...
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CAD/CAM software is used to design and manufacture products. Autodesk offers CAD and CAM software to help make the process cost-effective.
TY - CONF. T1 - Properties of porous structures prepared by stereolithography using a polylactide resin. AU - Melchels, F.P.W.. AU - Grijpma, Dirk W.. AU - Feijen, Jan. A2 - Hennink, W.E.. A2 - Feijen, J.. A2 - Sam, A.P.. PY - 2008/4/2. Y1 - 2008/4/2. N2 - Rapid prototyping techniques such as stereolithography allow for building designed tissue engineering scaffolds with high accuracy. In this work, a stereolithography resin based on poly(d,l-lactide) was developed. Biodegradable scaffolds with varying porosity were built from this resin. The scaffolds were analysed by µCT-scanning and compression testing. The porous structures showed excellent mechanical properties in the range of trabecular bone.. AB - Rapid prototyping techniques such as stereolithography allow for building designed tissue engineering scaffolds with high accuracy. In this work, a stereolithography resin based on poly(d,l-lactide) was developed. Biodegradable scaffolds with varying porosity were built from this resin. The ...
This thesis presents a new computer-aided linkage design and simulation system for task driven path generation problem. Mechanism design is considered a mixture of science and art. The former is about utilizing computers to rigorously sizing a mechanism in meeting a set of design requirements. And the latter is about taking advantage of designers experience to narrow down design domain and speed up the design process. The ultimate goal of the presented design system is to incorporate both science and art into the linkage design process by (1) developing an automatic design framework based on library searching and optimization techniques and (2) developing an interactive design framework based on advanced human-computer interfaces. To enable the design automation framework, we first built a library of open and closed planar curves generated by commonly used planar linkages. We then turned the classical linkage path generation problem into a library searching problem together with a local ...
Computer-aided building design (CABD) has been very diversified since the design process encompasses so many decision making steps by architects. However, the segregated design decision making process frequently prevents achievement of effective evaluation of a buildings final performance. Thus, integration of isolated design decision support systems into a CABD system is a crucial step toward responsible design. To enhance energy performance of a building at the design stage, a rigorous energy simulation process has to be adopted into an integrated CABD system. A prototype interface system is developed for a building energy simulation model illustrating appropriate input processing and results analysis & recovery system paradigm in an integrated CABD environment. In the prototype (ENERife), utilization of normalized building descriptions for 15 building types enable building designers (1) to configure a complicated building description dynamically at the preliminary design stage and, (2) to ...
Computer-aided design (CAD) is a computer technology that allows designers, engineers and architects to design products and documents. It can be used to produce 2D and 3D diagrams that can be rotated and viewed from any angle. It can also transfer detailed diagrams of a products materials, processes and dimensions. CAD is used in the following industries: Building design Infrastructure design Product design Manufacturing design Electrical design Animations design To make computer-aided design possible, a CAD system is required. This level of work cannot be completed on a basic workstation PC or gaming computer. CAD systems include a combination of… ...
The role of structural activities and other solution searching activities in design learning and problem solving have been identified in laboratory studies of problem solving and also in case studies of design teaching.. In laboratory studies, students have solved creative problems collaboratively under various communication conditions. The case studies follow students working on the same problem under two conditions one group is taught using traditional face-to-face teaching while the other group is additionally supported by a textbased web board. This paper review findings from three experiments from which we can see that students producing above average solutions involved more structural activities than the mediocre cases. These successful cases engaged in textual expression of their design solutions. Computer tools for design should therefore support multiple representations of design work ...
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Mandibular sagittal split osteotomy (SSO) is an operation performed for the correction of mandibular deformities. In this operation, sharp rotary tools are used during osteotomies and this can induce some complications. For example, if the inferior alveolar nerve is damaged, paralysis of the teeth, the lateral side of the tongue, and the corner of the lip can occur. To decrease the occurrence of such possible complications, we designed and manufactured a novel computer-assisted, patient-specific SSO guide and soft tissue retractor in our previous study. And, we first tested this apparatus on a cadaveric bone in vitro. Now, in this study, a surgical application of the instrument, which was designed and manufactured according to the requirements of the mandibular sagittal split osteotomies, was performed. This paper gives and discusses the results obtained from in vivo application of the apparatus.. ...
Genetically-encoded biosensors offer a wide range of opportunities to develop advanced synthetic biology applications. Circuits with the ability of detecting and quantifying intracellular amounts of a compound of interest are central to whole-cell biosensors design for medical and environmental applications, and they also constitute essential parts for the selection and regulation of high-producer strains in metabolic engineering. However, the number of compounds that can be detected through natural mechanisms, like inducible transcription factors, is limited; expanding the set of detectable compounds is therefore highly desirable.. Here, we present the SensiPath webserver, accessible at http://sensipath.micalis.fr.. SensiPath implements a strategy to enlarge the set of detectable compounds by screening for multi-step enzymatic transformations converting non-detectable compounds into detectable ones. The SensiPath approach is based on the encoding of reactions through signature descriptors to ...
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0047] The invention is directed to a method for designing a modeled object within a session of a computed-aided design system interacting with a database, e.g. a PLM database. A session keeps track of operations performed by the user on the system and provides for the user a working environment with a specific user context. The method according to the invention comprises detecting a designing operation performed by the user, the designing operation being applied to an initial modeled object within the session. Then, a signature is computed from a set of properties of the initial modeled object and/or a set of properties of the session. Next, modeled objects having the closest signatures to the signature of the initial modeled object within the session are retrieved in the database; the closeness of the signature of a modeled object with the signature of the initial modeled object may be determined with the distance between the two signatures. Thus, the modeled objects, whose respective ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Individual 3-dimensional printed mold for treating hard palate carcinoma with brachytherapy: A clinical report. AU - Valentini, Vincenzo. AU - Tagliaferri, Luca. AU - Lancellotta, Valentina. AU - Pagano, Stefano. AU - Piergentini, Marco. AU - Ricci, Alessandro. AU - Montecchiani, Sandro. AU - Saldi, Simonetta. AU - Chierchini, Sara. AU - Cianetti, Stefano. AU - Kovács, György. AU - Aristei, Cynthia. PY - 2019. Y1 - 2019. N2 - N/A. AB - N/A. KW - Brachytherapy. KW - Computer-Aided Design. KW - Humans. KW - Imaging, Three-Dimensional. KW - Palate, Hard. KW - Printing, Three-Dimensional. KW - Software. KW - Brachytherapy. KW - Computer-Aided Design. KW - Humans. KW - Imaging, Three-Dimensional. KW - Palate, Hard. KW - Printing, Three-Dimensional. KW - Software. UR - http://hdl.handle.net/10807/148669. U2 - 10.1016/j.prosdent.2018.06.016. DO - 10.1016/j.prosdent.2018.06.016. M3 - Article. VL - 121. SP - 690. EP - 693. JO - Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry. JF - Journal of Prosthetic ...
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Power harmonic filters for rectifiers, motor drives and uninterruptible power systems are usually designed by characterizing currents and voltages by their
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Role of Molecular Docking in Computer-Aided Drug Design and Development: 10.4018/978-1-5225-0362-0.ch001: Molecular Docking is widely used in CADD (Computer-Aided Drug Designing), SBDD (Structure-Based Drug Designing) and LBDD (Ligand-Based Drug Designing). It is
High-level ab initio molecular orbital calculations indicate that a fluorine Z substituent significantly destabilizes the RAFT adduct radical, RSO•(Z)SR, relative to known Z substituents. This destabilization of the RAFT adduct radical lowers the fragmentation enthalpy relative to normal dithioesters, but without stabilizing the C=S bond of the product RAFT agent, as in xanthate- or dithiocarbamate-mediated polymerization. On the basis of these calculations, it is predicted that, provided appropriate R groups are chosen, RAFT agents containing fluorine Z substituents (i.e., S=C(F)SR, fluorodithioformates, or F-RAFT agents) should provide a basis for improved control of monomers with reactive propagating radicals (such as vinyl acetate) and should have the advantage that their C=S bonds remain reactive enough for control of monomers with more stable propagating radicals (such as styrene) and hence the production of styrene-vinyl acetate copolymers.. ...
Objectives: The primary objective was to assess the impact of two denture fabrication techniques, conventional and CAD/CAM, on oral health-related quality of life (OHRQoL) and patient satisfaction in complete denture wearers. The secondary objective was to compare the level of microorganisms present on complete dentures from the two fabrication techniques. Methods: Twenty-eight completely edentulous subjects (16 men and 21 women, age range from 49 to 87 years old.), who had been edentulous for at least 6 months, were wearing ill-fitting complete dentures, or unsatisfied with their existing complete dentures were recruited. Subjects were randomized to conventional and computer-aided design/ computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) treatment groups. Subjects in both groups were given the OHIP-EDENT (Oral Health Impact Profile for Edentulous Patients) and patient satisfaction questionnaires to record the data at baseline and at 1 month post-delivery of the new prostheses. Plaque samples were collected from
Computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) technology has improved the functional and morphological results of mandibular reconstructive surgery. The purpose of this study was to objectively assess this technology and factors affecting its accuracy. Fibula free flap mandibular reconstruction was performed in 26 cases using CAD/CAM technology at the Maxillofacial Unit of Fondazione IRCCS Ca Granda Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico, Milan, between June 2014 and February 2018. We evaluated the technologys accuracy by comparing the virtual surgical planning STL file (planned-target mesh) with the STL file from an early postoperative CT scan (postoperative- achievement mesh) in each case. The STL files were imported into Geomagic Studio 2016 (Geomagic GmbH). According to the position of the reconstruction plate (fixed reference point), we assessed deviations at the right condyle, right gonion, gnathion, left gonion and left condyle, calculating mean, minimum and maximum error values. ...
Guided MRI for cancer treatment. Marvel Medtech has developed an interactive MRI system called Solada. It is a robotic system which allows intervention inside the MRI imaging bore. Researchers have classified these kinds of robots as surgical computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) robots, distinct from surgical assistant robots. A CAD/CAM robot is a surgical guidance system which requires human intervention. For example, in case of a biopsy, despite the guidance of a robot the biopsy needle will still have to be probed by a physician.. Marvel Medtech calls Solada an interactive Magnetic Resonance Imaging Guided Intervention (iMR-IGI). The device enables real-time monitoring and guidance of probes for surgical procedures inside the MRI scanner. For now, Marvel Medtech is focused on developing Solada for breast biopsy only. So far, the medical company has raised $2,500,000 which includes $2 million in grants from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and National ...
Medical Three-dimensional (3D) printing has a variety of uses and is becoming an integral part of dentistry, oral surgery and dental lab workflows. 3D printing in dentistry is the natural progression from computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) technology which has been used for years by dental labs to create crowns, veneers, bridges and implants. Now, 3D printing is taking its place with 3D printing solutions for dental, orthodontic, and maxillofacial applications. Several 3D printer manufacturers, including Stratasys and EnvisionTEC, offer specialized materials and printers as part of their dental 3D printing solutions. Anyone can create 3D printed dental models and embodi3D has created a dental 3D printing tutorial which guides readers through the process of 3D printing teeth and mandible. Interested in Dental 3D Printing? Here are some resources: Free downloads of hundreds of 3D printable dental models. Automatically generate your own 3D printable dental models ...
Mucosal seal formation around dental abutments is critical to the successful integration of dental implants into the human oral cavity. No information exists for how clinically relevant polishing procedures for computer-aided design and computer-aided manufactured (CAD/CAM) zirconia abutments affects cellular responses important to mucosal seal formation. CAD/CAM zirconia was divided into four groups for clinically relevant polishing utilizing commercial polishing heads: control, coarse, coarse plus medium, and coarse plus medium plus fine. Surfaces were analyzed with scanning electron microscopy (SEM), atomic force microscopy (AFM), and optical profilometry (OP). Subsequently, human gingival fibroblasts (HGFs) were seeded onto the zirconia surfaces. Proliferation was measured via a quantitative SEM technique and focal adhesion kinase (FAK) phosphorylation status was measured by an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA). Results showed an increase in proliferation on all polished surfaces as compared
The simulator was developed based on the neuroimaging (axial noncontrast CT and T1-weighted gadolinium-enhanced MRI) of an 8-year-old patient with a colloid cyst and hydrocephalus. Image segmentation, computer-aided design, rapid prototyping (3D printing), and silicone molding techniques were used to produce models of the skull, brain, ventricles, and colloid cyst. The cyst was filled with a viscous fluid and secured to the roof of the third ventricle. The choroid plexus and intraventricular veins were also included. Twenty-four neurosurgical trainees performed a simulated colloid cyst resection using a 30° angled endoscope, neuroendoscopic instruments, and image guidance. Using a 19-item feedback survey (5-point Likert scales), participants evaluated the simulator across 5 domains: anatomy, instrument handling, procedural content, perceived realism, and confidence and comfort level.. ...
Date: February 2020. Source: CARTILAGE. https://doi.org/10.1177/1947603520903788 Objective: Large cartilage defects and osteoarthritis (OA) cause cartilage loss and remain a therapeutic challenge. Three-dimensional (3D) bioprinting with autologous cells using a computer-aided design (CAD) model generated from 3D imaging has the potential to reconstruct patient-specific features that match an articular joint lesion. Design: To scan a human […]. Read More ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Biological advantages of porous hydroxyapatite scaffold made by solid freeform fabrication for bone tissue regeneration. AU - Kwon, Byeong Ju. AU - Kim, Jungsung. AU - Kim, Yong Hwa. AU - Lee, Mi Hee. AU - Baek, Hyun Sook. AU - Lee, Dae Hyung. AU - Kim, Hye Lee. AU - Seo, Hyok Jin. AU - Lee, Min Hyeon. AU - Kwon, Soon Young. AU - Koo, Min Ah. AU - Park, Jong Chul. PY - 2013/7/1. Y1 - 2013/7/1. N2 - Presently, commercially available porous bone substitutes are manufactured by the sacrificial template method, direct foaming method, and polymer replication method (PRM). However, current manufacturing methods provide only the simplest form of the bone scaffold and cannot easily control pore size. Recent developments in medical imaging technology, computer-aided design, and solid freeform fabrication (SFF), have made it possible to accurately produce porous synthetic bone scaffolds to fit the defected bone shape. Porous scaffolds were fabricated by SFF and PRM for a comparison of ...
Report Outline: 3D printing is a type of printing technique that is capable of manufacturing 3D solid objects based on a digital file that is created using computer assisted design. The final solid object is created using additive processes by laying down successive layers of materials till completion. Each layer is considered to be a thinly sliced horizontal cross-section of the eventual product or object. 3D printing is a type of manufacturing used to build layers to form a solid 3D object based on a digital model. The technology uses computer-aided design to make the digital model. The digital model is dissected into multiple cross-sections known as layers. The printer starts at the bottom and builds up from there, layer by layer until the entire design is complete to give the desired object. ...
Desktop Metal and Markforged were inspired by a different manufacturing method called metal injection molding. In this system, the metal powder is mixed with plastic binders. The mixture is heated and injected into molds that form it into complex shapes. The part is then baked in high-temperature ovens that burn off the plastic material and turn the object into solid metal.. Metal 3-D printing takes the same general approach, but without the expensive molds. Instead, engineers can design a complex part using standard computer-aided design programs from companies like Autodesk. The digital file goes straight to the printer.. The Desktop Metal and Markforged machines squirt the metal powder and binder through tiny nozzles. Each object is built up layer by layer, hour by hour. When the print job is done, the object is placed in the same kind of oven used in metal injection molding, producing solid metal parts.. Ironically, Desktop Metals printers are partly made out of injection-molded plastic. ...
Dmitry Grishin was born on a missile base in the Soviet Union. He grew up around technical people working on secret projects; his father designed radar systems for the MiG-29 jet fighter.. In Russia, every boy wanted to be a spaceman. But Grishin was taken by robotics. He remembers seeing his first Western VCR when he was about 12 and being fascinated by the mechanical movement that drew the tape into the player. There were Russian robots to admire as well, like Lunokhod 2, a remote-controlled lander that had set down on the moon in 1973. That you can sit on Earth and drive the device-I thought it was so cool, he says.. Then came the end of the Soviet Union and the tarnishing of its glories. Grishin left home for Moscow State Technical University with a few rubles. But he had a knack for programming and for managing others. By the time he was 20, he was overseeing programmers in Florida for a computer-aided design company from his student hostel in Moscow.. Those were the early days of the ...
Bathsheba Grossman, one of of the Six Extraordinary Innovators Who Work Relentlessly to Move Their Field, is an artist who creates sculptures using computer-aided design and 3D modeling.
Published on: November 7, 2012. by Science Blog:. Researchers at Dalhousie University have discovered a new technique using computer-aided drug design that may lead to an entirely new approach in the treatment of Alzheimers disease (AD).. Alzheimers is a devastating disease for which no truly disease-modifying drugs are available. Our approach is completely novel. We explore how the human body attempts to protect itself from Alzheimers, and then we exploit this to develop an entirely new approach to therapeutics, explained Dr. Weaver, a professor at Dalhousie University, clinical neurologist at Capital Health and IWK Health Centre, Canada Research Chair in Clinical Neuroscience, and the DMRF Irene MacDonald Sobey Chair in Curative Approaches to Alzheimers Disease. We are extremely excited about the results presented in this paper and believe that this may represent a new approach to the treatment of AD.. Weaver says that he and his fellow researchers have successfully identified ...
Computer-Aided Drug Design ??An Overview -- Prediction of Human Drug Targets and their Interactions Using Machine Learning Methods: Current and Future Perspectives -- Practices in Molecular Docking and Structure-based Virtual Screening -- Phylogenetic and Conservation Based Approaches to Predict Protein Functional Sites -- De novo design of Ligands using Computational Methods -- Molecular Dynamics Simulation and the Prediction of Druggable Binding Sites -- Virtual Ligand Screening using PL-PatchSurfer2, a Molecular Surface-based Protein-ligand Docking Method -- Fragment Based Ligand Designing -- Molecular Dynamics as a Tool for Virtual Ligand Screening -- Building Molecular Interaction Networks from Microarray Data for Drug Target Screening -- Absolute Alchemical Free Energy Calculations for Ligand Binding -- Evaluation of Protein-ligand Docking by Cyscore -- Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Protein-drug Complexes:혻 A Computational Protocol for Investigating the Interactions of Small-Molecule ...
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One of the most recent innovations in bone augmentation surgery is represented by computer-aided-design/computer-aided-manufacturing (CAD/CAM) customized titanium meshes, which can be used to restore vertical bone defects before implant-prosthetic rehabilitations. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness/reliability of this technique in a consecutive series of cases. Ten patients in need of bone augmentation before implant therapy were treated using CAD/CAM customized titanium meshes. A digital workflow was adopted to design virtual meshes on 3D bone models. Then, Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) technology was used to produce the titanium meshes, and vertical ridge augmentation was performed according to an established surgical protocol. Surgical complications, healing complications, vertical bone gain (VBG), planned bone volume (PBV), lacking bone volume (LBV), regenerated bone volume (RBV), average regeneration rate (RR) and implant success rate were evaluated. All augmented sites
Roland DGA Corp., a leading provider of dental CAD/CAM technologies, announced the availability of optional milling burs for the companys DWX-50 and DWX-4dental milling machines that allow these innovative devices to mill VITA ENAMIC ® hybrid ceramic and 3M™ ESPE™ Lava™ Ultimate CAD/CAM Restorative pin-type blocks. New restorative materials, such as those from VITA and 3M ESPE, are becoming popular with the dental community due to their superior aesthetic appearance and strength, said Brian Brooks, dental product manager for Roland DGA Corp. Equipped with our new milling burs, DWX-50 and DWX-4 customers worldwide can now take full advantage of these cutting-edge materials. Developed specifically for the DWX-50 and DWX-4, the new milling burs, available under the part numbers ZDB-100D-HY, ZDB-50D-HY and ZDB-30D-HY, feature an optimized rake angle and a special coating for maximum durability and precise results. The new materials from VITA and 3M ESPE are acclaimed in the industry for ...
Kannan, M and Manivel, P and Sarathbabu, M and Sathishkumar, R and Rao, H Surya Prakash and Krishna, R (2010) 3-Benzyl-6-benzylamino-1-methyl-5-nitro-1,2,3,4-tetrahydropyrimidine. In: Acta Crystallographica Section E, 66 (Part 3). O515-U4095. Ramtekkar, Rahul and Kumarvel, Kandhasamy and Vasuki, Gnanasambandam and Sekar, K and Krishna, R (2009) Computer-Aided Drug Design of Pyranopyrazoles and Related Compounds for Checkpoint Kinase-1. In: Letters in Drug Design & Discovery, 6 (8). pp. 579-584. Vijayalakshmi, L and Krishna, R and Sankaranarayanan, R and Vijayan, M (2007) An asymmetric dimer of \beta-lactoglobulin in a low humidity crystal form - Structural changes that accompany partial dehydration and protein action. In: Proteins: Structure, Function and Bioinformatics, 71 (1). 241- 249. Krishna, R and Prabu, Rajan J and Manjunath, GP and Datta, S and Chandra, NR and Muniyappa, K and Vijayan, M (2007) Snapshots of RecA Protein Involving Movement of the C-domain and Different Conformations of ...
At Taros, computational chemists are com-mitted to supporting our clients medicinal chemistry projects as well as to providing stand-alone services with in silico-based screening projects. Our computational chemistry expertise spans the whole spectrum of computer-aided drug design, from virtual screening to adaptive SAR analysis, from molecular modelling to statistical forecasting. A seamless integration of computational and medicinal chemists is key in this process, enhancing hypothesis generation, design efforts, data analysis and scientific decision making. The CADD group contributes to accelerate the hit identification, lead generation and lead optimization phases of the drug discovery phase, improving quality and productivity by using all the available information. On a day-to-day base, our CADD experts work closely with the medicinal chemistry colleagues to support all research activities, capitalizing on their broad expertise gained within major pharmaceutical and academic research ...
Ph.D. from Cornell University). Research Interests: Molecular recognition, with a strong application to structure-based computer-aided drug design. He combines molecular simulation, synthetic chemistry, X-ray protein crystallography, thermodynamic measurements, cellular techniques and in vivo animal models to explore molecular interactions, especially protein-ligand interactions, at molecular, cellular and organismal levels ...
Baltimore, MD, 15 November 2016 Version 2.0.0 is the second release of CGenFF program, extending support to a larger variety of drug-like molecules to be used routinely in Computer-Aided Drug Design projects. Specifically, it improves treatment of halogen bonds, by introducing lone-pairs onto the halogen atoms of aromatic systems. Additionally, support is now extended to[…]. ...
The fourth PhD4GlycoDrug Training Event will start with Computer-aided Drug Design workshop that will be held at the University of Ljubljana on 15th and 16th April 2019. The event will be followed by the PhD4GlycoDrug Consortium Meeting on 17th April 2019. The Communication and Dissemination in Science training event will be held at the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Pharmacy, on 18th April 2019. This event will be led by Dr. David Peralta, the Editor-in-Chief of ChemMedChem.. ...
Documenting the indication on prescriptions and dispensed medicines labels is not standard practice in Australia. However, previous studies that have focused on the content and design of dispensed medicines labels, have suggested including the indication as a safety measure. The aim of this study was to investigate the perspectives of Australian consumers, pharmacists and prescribers on documenting the indication on prescriptions and dispensed medicines labels. Semi-structured interviews were conducted and mock-up of dispensed medicines labels were designed for participants. Consumers (n = 19) and pharmacists (n = 7) were recruited by convenience sample at community pharmacies in Sydney (Australia) and prescribers (n = 8), including two medical students, were recruited through snowballing. Thirty-four participants were interviewed. Most participants agreed that documenting the indication would be beneficial especially for patients who are forgetful or take multiple medications. Participants also
An interposer including a fence that receives and aligns a semiconductor device, such as a flip-chip type semiconductor device, with a substrate. The fence may include edges that are configured to progressively align a semiconductor device with the substrate. The fence may also include one or more laterally recessed regions to facilitate rough alignment of a semiconductor device with the substrate. Methods for fabricating the fence include the use of stereolithographic and molding processes. When stereolithography is used to fabricate the fence, a machine vision system that includes at least one camera operably associated with a computer may be used to control a stereolithography apparatus and facilitates recognition of the position and orientation of substrates on and around which material is to be applied in one or more layers to form the fence. As a result, the substrates need not be precisely mechanically aligned.
The Formlabs Form 2 printer uses stereolithography technology--liquid resins polymerized by a precision laser--to produce exceptionally detailed models. Stereolithography is an efficient way to produce prototypes or limited-run parts.. Prints up to 145 x 145 x 175 mm (5.8 x 5.8 x 7 inches) are possible with layer resolution of 25-100 µm. The most common file-export types for 3D printing, .STL and .OBJ formats, are accepted. PreForm software simplifies import and manipulation of digital files, automatically generating supports and optimizing print orientation while permitting flexible user control. Several functional resin types are available.. The Form 2 is available for general use on a fee basis. For an estimate of time and cost to print your model, call the Electron Microscopy Center at 701.231.8234 or e-mail [email protected] ...
The market has lots of 3D printers currently and they may vary in the technical specs, which means they cater to different demands also. The printing also comes with its personal technicalities that you simply really need to know beforehand. Being educated about a number of issues relating to the printers in advance of obtaining provides you a better time earning your choice concerning which printer matches your preferences.. The 3D printers can be found in different types. Most printers found in the industry today use fused deposition modeling know-how. This is a modeling technological know-how thats additive in mother nature and requires the heating and extruding of plastic that is then pieced layer by layer. Usually, youll come across two types of 3D printers in the market place now, stereolithography and SLS or selective laser sintering.. Stereolithography utilizes the additive method, but utilizes ultraviolet mild beam from the procedure to harden the design within the photosensitive ...
Chitosan-g-oligolactide copolymers with relatively long oligolactide grafted chains of various stereochemical compositions have been synthetized via a solvent-free mechanochemical technique and tailored to fabricate three-dimensional hydrogels using two-photon induced microstereolithography. An effect of the characteristics of chitosan and oligolactide used for the synthesis on the grafting yield and copolymers behavior were evaluated using fractional analysis, FTIR-spectroscopy, dynamic light scattering, and UV-spectrophotometry. The lowest copolymer yield was found for the system based on chitosan with higher molecular weight, while the samples consisting of low-molecular weight chitosan showed higher grafting degrees, which were comparable in both the cases of l,l- or l,d-oligolactide grafting. The copolymer processability in the course of two-photon stereolithography was evaluated as a function of the copolymers characteristics and stereolithography conditions. The structure and mechanical
CAD/CAM - Computer -Aided Design/Computer-Aided Manufacturing. calcium - mineral necessary to the formation and maintenance of healthy teeth and bones. calculus - commonly called tartar, hard substance that forms on teeth due to insufficient plaque control, may be stained brown or yellow. canker sore - whitish mouth sore, usually lasts 10-14 days, may have red halo. cantilever bridge - dental bridge that only attaches to teeth on one side. cap - commonly used term for dental crown. caries - common term for tooth decay or cavities. cast/model - 3D reproduction used by filling an impression or mold with plaster and allowing it to dry. CAT scan - Computerized Axial Tomography scan, used to determine size, shape, and placement of bone, usually used for implant placement planning. cavity - missing tooth structure caused by decay, abrasion, or erosion. Cavitron - dental tool used in cleaning teeth, uses high-frequency ultrasonic waves. cellulitis - potentially dangerous infection of the soft ...
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CAD/CAM has improved the quality of prostheses in dentistry and found a way to standardise the production process. It has increased productivity and the chance to work with new materials with a high level of accuracy.[5] It has also found a way to decrease chair time for the patient by the use of CEREC systems which allow the dentist to send electronic impressions to the lab.[12] The restorations are milled from a block of ceramic which has fewer flaws.[13]. However, CAD/CAM requires a large initial outlay (expensive to buy) and occlusal detail isnt always the best and has to be amended by hand.[13]. Despite the CAD/CAM being a major technological advancement, it is important that the dentists technique is suited to the methods of CAD/CAM and milling technology. This includes: correct tooth preparations with a continuous preparation margin (which is recognisable to the scanner e.g. in the form of a chamfer); avoiding the use of shoulderless preparations and parallel walls and the use of ...
Since implementing the rapid-tooling process, the company has doubled its revenues while gaining speed and efficiency advantages using direct metal laser-sintering with cryogenic processing compared with conventional CNC milling of aluminum molds. CPM Fastools process uses EOS DMLS technology to produce fully dense metal-core and cavity inserts. The inserts, and all mold components, are cryogenically processed to relieve residual stress and increase wear resistance. The company says its production molds are ideal for resins that are difficult to injection-mold and cause rapid tooling wear. We have made production tools for molding tough resins like polyphenylsulfone and glass-filled engineering plastics, adds Moore.. More traditional prototyping processes using plastics for rapid prototyping purposes include FDM, stereolithography, and 3-D printing, methods which continue to account for the majority of prototypes built for industry. Stratasys, which according to the Wohlers Report shipped 34% ...
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Charles W. Hull is a name you might not be familiar with, but he is the man behind the worlds first patented 3-D printer. Invented in 1984, Hulls printer used a technique called stereolithography, which employs a UV laser that solidifies a photopolymer into a 3-dimentional shape outlined in a computer-aided-design (CAD) file. This invention closely followed the work of Hideo Kodama of Nagoya Municipal Industrial Research Institute, who in 1981 was the first person to use a light-sensitive resin to build a miniature three-dimensional model of a house. Hull went on to found 3-D Systems, which remains the worlds second-largest manufacturer of 3-D printers, next to Stratasys.. 3-D printers boast rapid prototyping technology, which means concepts are able to be quickly and efficiently turned into three-dimensional models, allowing for optimization of computer-generated designs. This technology also benefits manufacturers, who have the option to build their products on an order-by-order basis, with ...
Hybrid Rocket Engines (HRE) have characteristically low fuel regression that limits their performance. Additive manufacturing and rapid prototyping can possibly solve some of the problems with Hybrid propulsion regression by creating geometry not possible with conventional manufacturing. This work is attempting to make geometric regression simulation of HRE easier by using STereoLithography (STL files) as the geometry. This analysis sets flow conditions, boundary conditions, propellant selection, and allows for fuel geometry to be altered to simulate geometrys effects on regression rate and propellant performance. This model can be used for more advanced geometric analysis to improve and predict performance.
But while both may be referred to as 3D printing theres a world of difference between the two processes, and theyre not the only ways of creating real objects from a three-dimensional computer model. So, just what is 3D printing?. Its something of a catch-all term, used to describe some very different technologies, and encompassing things like stereolithography, rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing. But at heart, what the name conjures up is the image of a device that, once fed the right instructions, can churn out any object that you want, from shoes to aircraft parts.. In reality, thats still some way off. While there are some machines that can use two print heads to lay down, for instance, conductive tracks as well as polymers, creating objects that use several materials, or that emerge as fully formed machines rather than components is some way off.. How does 3D printing work? The phrase additive manufacturing gives the best clue: objects are built up layer by layer, based ...
A rapid prototyping and manufacturing (e.g. stereolithography) method and apparatus for producing three-dimensional objects by selectively subjecting a liquid or other fluid-like material to a beam of prescribed stimulation. In a preferred embodiment a source of prescribed stimulation is controlled to reduce or inhibit the production of the prescribed stimulation during at least some periods when the prescribed stimulation is not needed to expose the material. In another preferred embodiment, the source of stimulation is controlled to vary the quantity of prescribed stimulation that is produced and allowed to reach the material. In an additional preferred embodiment control of laser output occurs based on a combination of supplying a regulated amount of voltage to an AOM in conjunction with temporary sensing of laser power and a known desired power to attain. In a further preferred embodiment, a quantity of prescribed stimulation may be set by consideration of desired solidification depths to be used,
Regular: PCO2 Platform, open CAD-CAM, height 2 mm, material: Ti6Al4V. Used to create single cemented dental constructions with CAD-CAM Designed towards the latest
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No-Hooks is ATIs innovative software-centric method of rapid prototyping. No-Hooks software can provide Electronic Control Unit (ECU) algorithm rapid prototyping functionality on the production-intent ECU without the need to access or re-program any ECU code. This can be achieved using only the files you use for day to day calibration activities and no additional hardware. The patent-pending No-Hooks technology offers software rapid prototyping features without the high cost of external bypass hardware, extra Hardware-in-the-Loop boxes or expensive (and time consuming) code changes.The key advantage to using ATIs No-Hooks is the opportunity to conduct development and/or test of your control algorithm development ideas or functionality on existing hardware. Any No-Hooks proven development on your target ECU will be closer to production intent, will require significantly less validation time and result in saved time and money.No-Hooks offers two levels of functionality: (1) Base No-Hooks: change ...
No-Hooks is ATIs innovative software-centric method of rapid prototyping. No-Hooks software can provide Electronic Control Unit (ECU) algorithm rapid prototyping functionality on the production-intent ECU without the need to access or re-program any ECU code. This can be achieved using only the files you use for day to day calibration activities and no additional hardware. The patent-pending No-Hooks technology offers software rapid prototyping features without the high cost of external bypass hardware, extra Hardware-in-the-Loop boxes or expensive (and time consuming) code changes.The key advantage to using ATIs No-Hooks is the opportunity to conduct development and/or test of your control algorithm development ideas or functionality on existing hardware. Any No-Hooks proven development on your target ECU will be closer to production intent, will require significantly less validation time and result in saved time and money.No-Hooks offers two levels of functionality: (1) Base No-Hooks: change ...