EMAG, a German machine tools manufacturer, is offering complimentary access to its customized design files to 3D print an industrial, hands-free door opening device.
Originally developed by Materialise, the hands-free door opener was modified by an EMAG employee, a hobbyist in 3D printing, making it usable with frequently used, heavy industrial doors.
Instead of keeping the customized plan to themselves, EMAG is sharing the design and manual for the industrial door opener here for free to help others stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Unison Ups Product Support Scope, Accessibility with ‘UltimateCare’
The rebranded service program facilitates selection of the right maintenance solutions, and also offers additional services such as CAD modellng, component prototyping and process optimization. Customers can choose services ala-carte or in tailored, bundled agreements.
Paperless Parts Launches Search Function to Expedite Quoting
Paperless Search, a digital search tool enhancing the quoting platform from Paperless Parts, provides easy access to all formats of historical data, and it’s available now to Paperless Parts customers.
In Development: New Laser System Creates Grease-Repellent Metal Surfaces
Funded by an EU grant, a European consortium is treating metal with high-power lasers that texture the surface with microscopic spikes that prevent grease and bacteria from sticking. Rough micro-topography acts like a bed of nails to stop dirt or liquid from attaching.