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ANSYS and Livermore Software Technology Corporation Sign Definitive Acquisition Agreement
Acquisition will bolster ANSYS' passenger safety, healthcare and manufacturing capabilities, ANSYS says.

Navajo Technical University Chooses Optomec System for Metal AM Training Center
NTU purchased the directed energy deposition machine with a National Science Foundation grant for use in its new Center for...



Digital Twins in the Hot Seat
The phrase “digital twin” has become the be-all-and-end-all of manufacturing buzzwords, stirring up Utopian views on what it can do for predictive maintenance, simulation and more.

Immerse Yourself in Realistic Design
In this issue: Immerse Yourself in Realistic Design; Designing Prosthesis: The Anti-Robot, and a BOXX APEXX S3 Review: Overclocked and...

Reviews

Autodesk Fusion 360: Getting Better All the Time
Autodesk consolidates Fusion 360 into a single, more powerful package.

progeCAD Professional 2020: Low-Cost CAD
This affordable CAD program looks a lot like AutoCAD, but brings functionality at an affordable price.

Affordable Power: A Tale of Two Dells
We evaluate Dell’s Precision 3540 and 3541 mobile workstations.

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Autodesk Product Design & Manufacturing
Autodesk is a world leader in 3D design, engineering, and entertainment software. They produce software for the architecture, engineering, construction,...

Sensirion
Sensirion is the world's leading manufacturer of digital microsensors and -systems. The product range includes gas and liquid flow sensors,...

Dell EMC
Dell EMC enables digital transformation with trusted solutions for the modern data center.

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September 2019 · The September 2019 issue examines subscription software, purpose-built application bundles, the democratization of simulation, consumer vs. professional hardware, and budget workstation options. Plus Dell's Precision 3540 and 3541 mobile workstations, ParaMatters CogniCAD, Autodesk Fusion 360, and progeCAD Professional 202 are reviewed.

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Simulate
ANSYS and Livermore Software Technology Corporation Sign Definitive Acquisition Agreement
Acquisition will bolster ANSYS' passenger safety, healthcare and manufacturing capabilities, ANSYS says.

Simulate
Simcenter STAR-CCM+ Updated
Improvements include enhanced simulation automation and video communication.

Prototype/Manufacture
KODAK 3D Printing Expands with new Materials and Accessories
Smart International, an authorized global brand licensee of 3D printing for Kodak, announces that KODAK 3D Printing will be expanding...

Prototype/Manufacture
Navajo Technical University Chooses Optomec System for Metal AM Training Center
NTU purchased the directed energy deposition machine with a National Science Foundation grant for use in its new Center for...

Simulate
FANUC and ModuleWorks Announce Cooperation on Machining Simulation for CNC Controls
ModuleWorks material removal simulation is multi-axis, multi-purpose simulation technology.

Partner Content
Made in Metal but Lighter
As Metal AM Attracts Attention, the Need for Simulation Grows.

Prototype/Manufacture
New IMCO Tool Libraries Available for Mastercam
This now provides import of IMCO into toolpath operations.

Sponsored Content
Design Guidelines for 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing
Created by FATHOM's Application Engineering Team, this design guideline on 3D printing and manufacturing technologies includes PolyJet, SLA, FDM, SLS,...

Engineering Computing
AMD Gains Ground in GPU Market Share, Report Indicates
The market shares haven’t shifted much in the past year, but AMD has shown the greatest change expanding its...

Editor’s Picks: Sept. 5-11, 2019
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.

Engineering Computing
Boutique Computer Maker Releases Cutting Edge Visualization Notebook
BOXX Technologies GoBOXX SLM-17 is a slim notebook workstation that complies with the new NVIDIA RTX Studio Laptop specification.

Sponsored Content
Editor’s Pick: Notebook Delivers Fast Ray Tracing and AI Development
The new BOXX Technologies GoBOXX SLM-17 notebook workstation transforms the time-consuming process of creating realistic visualizations.

Video
3D Printing Prostheses for Amputees
Watch how Livity Technologies uses rapid prototyping with Lulzbot 3D printers to bring carbon fiber prosthetic limbs to amputees in...

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