My new favorite car!
My new favorite car!
For years, automotive manufacturer Bugatti has been working on the successor to his Veyron. Immediately after its appearance in 2005, the Supersportwagen caused a sensation as the fastest and most expensive series vehicle ever. Today, about ten years later, other manufacturers want him to run the rank. So it’s no wonder that Bugatti’s goal is to surprise the world with the so-called Chiron again
Another step forward!
Designed by Apple in California chronicles 20 years of Apple design through 450 photographs of products and the processes used to make them. A visual history spanning iMac to Apple Pencil, this hardcover volume is both a testament and a tribute to the meticulous processes of design, engineering, and manufacturing that are singularly Apple
With an incredibly thin new design, the best Mac display ever, all-new speakers, and the revolutionary Touch Bar for instant access to the tools you want when you want them, the new MacBook Pro marks a milestone in the evolution of the notebook
Microsoft Surface Studio is a new category of device, designed to put you at the center of the creative process. Turn your desk into a Studio. Learn more: http://surfac.ms/1026YSO
Take that Apple! Let’s hope you are going to present an amazing product today on this Apple presentation…
Ultimaker is proud to announce the Ultimaker 3; the most industrial-grade desktop 3D printer available. With its reliable dual extrusion and material-matching swappable print cores, professional 3D printing is made accessible
Discover which features make the Ultimaker 3 the most industrial-grade desktop 3D printer available. Learn more about the Ultimaker 3 here: http://ultim.kr/2efgJMZ
Aviation is a passion at Bell & Ross, and reinterpreting on-board instruments, its guiding force. The
iconic BR 01 watch took its inspiration from the clock in an aircraft cockpit. With its latest collection of
Marine Instruments, the watchmaking firm is temporarily leaving runways, radars and fighter planes
Take that GoPro!
The YuMi collaborative industrial robot, developed by ABB Robotics, uses task-specific fingers to manipulate objects. By using an Ultimaker 2+ 3D printer to prototype their finger designs for new customers, they sped up the development process from weeks to just a few days