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Yar Golf's putter hits the links on the PGA Tour

For years, different golf companies have tried to design the perfectly balanced putter to improve a golfer’s score where they rack up the most points, on the green. Dr. Essay Anne Vanderbilt, the aerospace engineer designed a putter that can do just that - improve your ‘on green’ performance.

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Nicolai Hansen - Alibre Racer

Nicolai Hansen may only be 20 years old, but he's taking his dreams to the next level by driving his own racecar and designing his way to a better future. Nic is in the middle of his university level of education in Denmark, where he is becoming a Precision Engineer. His love for design techniques and attention to detail led him to study engineering, but his real passion is Moto-sport.

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Introducing the Rainmaker

The USG 12 Rainmaker fully automatic multi-ammo shotgun is the brain child of a former US Army infantryman. A multi-ammo weapon is not a new idea; in fact, some of the most prolific gun makers have tried and failed at the making them, but TAHO Designs had the power of 3D design tool that allows you to parametrically change you design before you ever build a single part.

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Bracketology

This case study was featured in the January 2012 Issue of Popular Science Magazine! See how PopSci.com's Vin Marshall designed and created a new bracket to hold a throttle position sensor in place for his old Ford pickup.

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Running with the Wind

It’s not uncommon to see a solar panels installed on homes. Why not wind turbines? Inventor Helmuth Geiser of Fort Myers, Florida, thought this was an interesting question, and with the help of parametric modeling with Alibre Design, his company now offers a line of small-scale wind turbines that gives solar technology a run for its money.

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Try To Detect It

When most new users of Alibre Design start on their first project, they usually choose an assembly that is relatively simple and maybe something they can use. Few would be so ambitious to attempt something as exotic as a neutron detector.

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Feeding the Mechanical Mind

Bruce Buchner worked his way through college as a machinist and always enjoyed figuring out mechanical problems. Now an MBA, his job as a government financial analyst deals in numbers, not shapes.

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Designed to Rock

One could call Matt Blake a luthier – a builder of custom guitars – but one thing you can’t call him is a guitarist. “I’m actually a bass player,” he says. “but my guitar friends kept complaining that I wasn’t making them any guitars, so that’s what I’m mostly doing now. I don’t know how to play them, but I can build them.”

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MacGyvering with Madox

With a background in mechatronics, John Chan works as an ICT engineer designing computer systems for trains. In his free time, Chan chronicles his digital diversions under the handle Madox where he shows us how to hack his new Alibre designed iPhone- controlled mecanum rover robot.

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Tattoo artist uses Alibre Design to create ergonomic tattoo machine

Orange County tattoo artist, Franco Vescovi, creates body art with his new tattoo machine, an ergonomic design made with Alibre Design. Alibre designer and machinist Clint Clark helped Vescovi to design, prototype, and set up the initial runs of production.

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Alibre Designer's Lightweight Scooter Boosts Son's Mobility

There's plenty of motorized scooters to assist people who have mobility problems, but very few suit the needs of a 12-year-old boy. In this case, you may have better luck building your own, as Alan Anganes did for his son, Raymond.

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Alibre Design Puts Robotic Projects into Motion

Josh Sanderson is learning how to walk. More specifically, he's studying the nuances of walking, so he can program more refined robotic movements.

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As summer temperatures blaze, WarmSpring makes the heat flow!

WarmSpring attic heat recovery system takes a more practical approach to exploiting low-grade heat from a seasonally hot attic, working with the combination of an attic ventilation fan with a compact air-to-water heat exchanger. See how Alibre Design Professional helps make the WarmSpring system a reality.

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STOLTZ Spreaders are designed by Free Enterprise

What does Free Enterprise mean to STOLTZ MFG.? To Bernard Hershberger, owner and design engineer, it means improving product lines with new options to give better performance in the field. Free enterprise means good jobs, providing value and satisfaction to customers to make STOLTZ as profitable as possible.

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