To our valued Ember customers:
For those of you who have not yet inspected a part printed on Ember in person, you now have the chance.
Last week, we invited members of the media and the greater Autodesk community to check out some experiments we've been working on in the Ember lab.
During a yearlong studio lead by Professor Guvenc Ozel, students at UCLA used Python scripts to generate complex architectural structures and printed them on Ember. After exploring numerous additive processes, the students were able to finally bring the - otherwise difficult to print - creations to life with Ember.
Using Fusion 360, teams from Minneapolis, Boston and San Diego designed a handle that attaches to the top of the Ember printer, making it easier to transport. Essential to the design of this handle were the collaborative tools in Fusion, which allowed designers to easily share and modify their iterations across the team. The teams used a combination of T-Splines, direct editing and parametric modeling to create a simple and effective solution for taking Ember on the go.
CMYK + W resins for the Ember 3D Printer are now available, giving you the ability to mix and match resins to customize your color palette.
We are here at Autodesk University 2015 sharing the latest Ember printer news. It was at this time last year the Ember Explorer program was announced and we began taking orders for the first 3D printing packages. This year, we are here with some new news.
The Ember team will be at the TCT Show, 30th Sept - 1st Oct 2015, at the NEC Birmingham, UK.
Stop by at stand H16 in hall 3A to say hello and to find out more about how Ember and Spark are changing additive manufacturing.
Along with case studies and exhibits, Delcam will be running demostrations of Ember with ArtCAM Jewelsmith, showing the jewelry workflow from design to wax pattern. Check out the case study below to learn more about the workflow and see the power of Ember and ArtCAM.