ADC in the Press
- November 2009
Design Fax: New FORCE America design emerges from combination of clay, digital shape sampling, and rapid prototyping.
- July 2009
Desktop Engineering: FORCE America had a problem familiar to many companies: How do you improve on a previous design, yet retain the familiar look and feel that customers love about your products? Advanced Design Concepts provided the solutions.
- November/December 2008
The solution came from Advanced Design Concepts (ADC), which used Geomagic software to create injection molds based on scans of the original fans. The new process improves quality, cuts manufacturing time and reduces cost by nearly tenfold.
Aerospace Manufacturing & Design, "Designing an Airship." Among a blimp's unique design elements are custom fan blades used to cool its engine. The fan blades were especially problematic for American Blimp, maker of the world's most popular airship, after initial suppliers went out of business.
- October 2008
Machine Design: Digital-Reconstruction Software Simplifies Scanning to CAD. Advanced Design Concepts, has used Geomagic Studio software for nearly 10 years to digitally reconstruct complex parts for clients.
- September 2008
ADC's designers use 3D scanning and imaging to seamlessly unite physical and digital worlds for Wegner Automotive Research.
- November 2007
Desktop Engineering: Wegner Automotive and ADC use Geomagic technology to rev up horsepower for top racing teams.
- August 2006
Geomagic: Wegner Automotive and ADC use Geomagic technology to rev up horsepower for top racing teams.
- Jan./Feb. 2005
American Blimp Corporation Turns to ADC to Reconstruct Custom Fan Blades.
- March 2004
Reverse Engineering Fine-tunes NASCAR Engine, Machine Design.
- Nov. 12, 2002
New Era of Reverse Engineering Fuels Growth of Design Services Firm.
- Nov. 8, 2002
Noveletti Mixes Art and Engineering To Make Unique Designer Soap Holders.
- Nov. 5, 2002
3D Photography, CAD/CAM Make Sculptor's Work Live Larger.
- Sept. 14, 2001
Advanced Design Concepts a Future 50 Winner.
- July 6, 2001
Advanced Design Concepts and Cleveland Clinic bring Total Artificial
Heart closer to reality.
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