Digital Enterprise Center News

Big Idea Challenge win funds research in smart manufacturing Posted on: April 06, 2017

Nathan Hartman, Dauch Family Professor for Advanced Manufacturing and associate head of the Department of Computer Graphics Technology, has been named a Discovery Park Big Idea Challenge winner.

Hartman researches how to best share information in 3D models Posted on: November 17, 2016

Manufacturers are moving from paper drawings to digital models of their products and parts. The ability to include more data within these models has created some concerns within the manufacturing industry.

Hartman to speak at APICS Posted on: November 08, 2016

Purdue joins 3D PDF consortium Posted on: October 07, 2016

Purdue University is the first university to join the 3D PDF Consortium in the new academia member category.

Hartman named Dauch Family Endowed Professor Posted on: August 26, 2016

The Purdue University Board of Trustees approved naming Nathan Hartman the Dauch Family Endowed Professor in Advanced Manufacturing.

Integrating technology with tradition: advancing advanced manufacturing Posted on: July 20, 2016

It’s no easy task to name the differences between advanced manufacturing and traditional manufacturing. The distinctions are tough to pin down. How, then, does one define advanced manufacturing in the second decade of the new millennium?

Astheimer discusses model-based definition with PTC Posted on: June 01, 2016

Rosemary Astheimer, continuing lecturer in the Department of Computer Graphics Technology, provided a preview to her LiveWorx 2016 presentation "Do You Have Smart Connected Model-Based Design

Astheimer certified by ASME Posted on: March 18, 2016

Rosemary Astheimer, continuing lecturer in Purdue University’s Department of Computer Graphics Technology, has been certified as a Technologist Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Professional by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).

Student projects address distracted driving Posted on: December 15, 2015

Computer graphics technology students from Purdue University offered their solution to distracted driving due to smartphone use during a recent competition sponsored by Partners for the Advancement of Collaborative Engineering Education (PACE).