Digital Engineering, April 2020

Our April coverage of additive manufacturing and more.

Inside This Issue

Trailblazing the Path to Design for Additive Manufacturing

Increased use of AM means the CAD model may well be used for countless variations of a product or part.

Bridging CAD to Additive Manufacturing

Plug-ins and new formats help preserve model integrity in the roundtrip journey.

In Pursuit of Predictable 3D Metal Printing

Simulation software offers promise in the desire for repeatable, standardized 3D metal prints. 

Materials Take a Giant Leap Forward in 3D Printing

3D printing expands deeper into developing areas of innovation, including biotechnology.

Pedal to the Metal

Digital simulation and modeling allowed VinFast to launch a car company from scratch in less than two years.

No One-Size-Fits-All Solution

Software use and workload should determine IT manager workstation selection

Smart Scanning

For those versed in reverse engineering, here’s how to stay afloat in the sea of available hardware and software solutions.

When Free Body Diagrams Go Wrong

Sometimes a potential simulation solution isn’t immediately apparent. Using finite element analysis can provide insight into a real-life free body diagram example.

Dell Precision 7540 Mobile Workstation Put Through Paces

This new 15-in. mobile workstation is a price and performance leader.

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Latest News

Editor’s Pick: Real-time quality assurance for advanced metal additive printing
The new module is Data Analyzer, software for quality assurance and data analysis.

OPEN MIND Debuts hyperMILL 2021.1 CAD/CAM Software Suite 
Innovations and enhancements optimize machining tools and molds and more.

Nexa3D and Keystone Industries Team Up for 3D Printing Solutions
Under this agreement, both companies will combine their extensive dental, photopolymer and 3D printing capabilities to deliver 3D printing solutions...

Purdue University Turbulence Model May Aid in Design of Aircraft
Engineers enable simulation of complete ‘dance’ of colliding vortices at reduced computational time.

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