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**-The Dremel 3D Idea Builder

**-The Dremel 3D Idea Builder 

**-If you want to turn creative ideas into actual designs, look no further than the Dremel 3D Idea Builder. It prints anything you need in 3D: missing cubes or action figures, decorative objects like vases and candlesticks, items of jewelry from earrings to bracelets, Christmas tree decoration, key rings, toys, pencil holders, and much more.

**- Watch how the 3D printer builds the object of your choice layer by layer from a virtual model. This opens up entirely new possibilities for users to transform their ideas into colors and shapes.

Ready to use straight out of the box and easy to operate
The Dremel 3D Idea Builder is suited to both novices and advanced users. You can start printing from the moment you take the unit out of the box: 12 ready-to-print 3D models are stored on the supplied SD card. Thanks to integrated software and a color touchscreen, models can be displayed on the unit straight away – there is no need for a computer. What's more, unlike regular 3D printers, the Dremel 3D Idea Builder is supplied with a pre-installed printhead which extrudes the build material (filament) for making the model. This saves time and effort.

From the idea to the printed object: How it works
Over 100 additional print templates from which you can choose your favorite model are available to advanced users at www.dremel3d.com. They can easily be adapted, e.g. you can adjust the size to suit your needs. In addition, you can create entirely new objects using the free Autodesk123D modeling software. The virtual model is then loaded into the printer straight from the computer or SD card. You can monitor build status and follow the printing process on the touchscreen.

The Dremel 3D Idea Builder uses PLA, an eco-friendly plant based plastic. Ten different filaments are available – in black, white, translucent white, blue, red, green, orange, violet, and metallic gold or silver. Simply insert the filament of your choice and start the modeling process. The printer melts and prints the filament and creates an object layer by layer. It does this by applying ultra fine layers up to 100 micrometers in thickness, i.e. 0.1 millimeters – no thicker than a sheet of paper. As a result, the surface of the 3D print is very smooth. If minor rework is needed for low resolution models, Dremel can supply suitable multifunctional tools such as the Dremel Micro.

Safe and silent printing
The build chamber is protected by a transparent door that keeps out contamination such as dust and hairs while printing is in progress. The closable door also acts as sound insulation for the blower that regulates the temperature inside the unit. The removable build platform offers space for models up to a size of 23 x 15 x 14 centimeters. If smaller objects are needed, multiple models can be printed at once. A build tape affixed to the build platform holds the models in position during printing and stops them from moving. Build time is dependent on the size and complexity of each individual model, and can vary from a few minutes to several hours. Based on the time information given for each model, users can see how much time they need to plan for.

The Dremel 3D Idea Builder is available from June 2015 at a recommended retail price of 999.99 euros including VAT through retailers and the Dremel online shop. The unit comes supplied with a white filament, a USB cable for connecting to a PC, an SD card with four gigabytes of memory, a power cord, a spool lock, two build tapes, a spatula for removal of the finished item, a tool for cleaning the printhead and a leveling sheet for alignment of the build platform. The individual filaments are available as accessories at a recommended retail price of 29.99 euros. For more information, please visit www.dremel3d.com.

 Specifications  Dremel 3D Idea Builder
 Maximum build resolution  100 µm (0.10 mm)
 Maximum print size (length x width x height)  23 x 15 x 14 cm
 Data transfer  SD card, USB cable
 Size (length x height x width)  48.5 x 40 x 33.5 centimeters
 Weight (excluding filament)  8.85 kg

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Machine monitoring with smart sensors 
Machine monitoring with smart sensors
Headed by Bosch, seven partners are collaborating on a project, called AMELI 4.0, to develop the sensor system of the future for connected manufacturing, or Industry 4.0. The system is intended to monitor machines and immediately detect deviations from their normal operating status. With the system’s help, factories can go a long way toward preventing machines from having unplanned downtimes.
Bosch to hire 14,000 university graduates
To stay on its growth course, Bosch plans to recruit some 14,000 university graduates worldwide this year. In the future, increasing numbers of software specialists will find jobs at the global supplier of technology and services.
Bosch to hire 14,000 university graduates 
Bosch highlights new MEMS sensors and innovative sensor-enabled applications
Bosch highlights new MEMS sensors and innovative sensor-enabled applications
At the upcoming MEMS Executive Congress, Bosch, the world’s leading supplier of MEMS sensors, will be showing how customers benefit when a group of companies, all under one umbrella, share their deep technical expertise in both tiny MEMS sensors as well as in larger, more complex systems.
New applications for sensor technology and algorithms
Intelligence for the fields: Bosch robot gets rid of weeds automatically and without herbicides
New applications for sensor technology and algorithms
Bosch has groundbreaking battery technology for electric vehicles
Bosch has groundbreaking battery technology for electric vehicles
Bosch is debuting a new battery technology for electric cars that could be production-ready in as little as five years. “Bosch is using its knowledge and considerable financial resources to achieve a breakthrough for electromobility,” said Dr. Volkmar Denner, the chairman of the board of management of Robert Bosch GmbH.
**-50 million electric steering systems
**-Key technology for electric, automated driving
**-50 million electric steering systems
**-Bosch Sensortec: 10 years of MEMS sensors innovation
**-Bosch Sensortec: 10 years of MEMS sensors innovation
**-From start-up to leading global supplier of MEMS sensors for consumer electronics
**-The Dremel 3D Idea Builder
**-If you want to turn creative ideas into actual designs, look no further than the Dremel 3D Idea Builder. It prints anything you need in 3D: missing cubes or action figures, decorative objects like vases and candlesticks, items of jewelry from earrings to bracelets, Christmas tree decoration, key rings, toys, pencil holders, and much more.
**-The Dremel 3D Idea Builder 
**-Bosch makes emergency braking possible using just a video sensor
**-Bosch makes emergency braking possible using just a video sensor
**-Standard feature in the Land Rover Discovery Sport
**-Bosch supplies energy storage system for pioneering housing complex - Capacity of 135 kilowatt-hours
**-A constant supply of renewable energy: while others are still heatedly debating about the move to alternative forms of energy, a housing complex near Frankfurt is setting new standards.
**-Bosch supplies energy storage system for pioneering housing complex - Capacity of 135 kilowatt-hours
**-Bosch is making hybrids affordable
**-Bosch is making hybrids affordable
**-The new Bosch boost recuperation system (BRS) is set to close the persistent and sizeable gap between start-stop systems and hybrid drives.
**-Three billion Bosch MEMS sensors - Precision sensors for measuring the world
**-Micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) are the eyes and ears – and every other sense – of modern mobile devices. Bosch is using these tiny high-tech helpers to teach cars and modern electronic devices how to sense the world around them.
**-Three billion Bosch MEMS sensors - Precision sensors for measuring the world
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