Arthur van de Goor - senior creative engineer and project leader at ACE

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  • Frank Steeghs
  • Oct. 18, 2016

‘I used to be obsessed about aeroplanes and was not really planning on following the Industrial Design course’, Arthur van de Goor (40) recalls. ‘As only a small percentage of graduates actually ends up working in the aerona...

Reminder Photocontest 2016

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  • Frank Steeghs
  • Sept. 27, 2016

We are approaching the end of a nice summer. Time to remind you of our Photocontest. We already received some very nice pictures.

“CAD-databases for Everybody”

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  • Tim van der Leun
  • Sept. 21, 2016

The 3D-models used by companies and corporations for their research and development, are usually kept for internal use only. However there are platforms that companies can use to share and exchange models. The basic concept ...

How do you avoid jamming?

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  • Frank Steeghs
  • July 27, 2016

Jamming is a well-known problem during the assembly of parts with narrow tolerances (such as mounting a shaft in a hole). If the parts are not precisely aligned, they will get stuck and a high force is required to loosen the...

Ready to order a 3D printed motorcycle from Airbus?

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  • Frank Steeghs
  • June 8, 2016

The development within 3D printing is growing fast, as well as the applications for it. Airbus is one of the companies who tries to bring 3D printing to the next level. Their latest project has two wheels instead of wings. T...

Do you know Simone Giertz and her ‘shitty robots’?

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  • Frank Steeghs
  • May 31, 2016

“My name is Simone and I'm an inventor from Stockholm, Sweden. Currently spending most of my time building shitty robots and running a Youtube channel about robotics.”
For ACE, Simone is a very inspiring young engineer. ...

Kubity - Live 3D everywhere

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  • Frank Steeghs
  • April 18, 2016

Kubity from SketchUp allows engineers to show off their own designs in VR. It is an easy way to show your designs in Virtual Reality (VR) without paying a lot of money. You can use free open source software from SketchUp and...

Robot games in the ‘flying saucer’: RoboCup European Open in the Evoluon

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  • Frank Steeghs
  • March 29, 2016

The venue for this year’s RoboCup European Open, a tournament for autonomous robots, is the Evoluon in Eindhoven from 30 March till 3 April. Eye-catchers include the soccer-playing robots, service and music robots along with...

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