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.
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?
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).
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).
The Purdue Polytechnic Institute has added nine of its 11 centers in the past five years. The increased interest in centers can be traced to more research activity, more collaboration across campus and more engagement with industry partners.