Digital Engineering, June 2019

Our June coverage of engineering workstations, the next-generation of mixed reality and more.

Inside this issue

Superworkstations

Design engineering workstations have become extremely powerful—where does it make sense to invest your IT budget?

The New Age of GPU-Driven Product Design

Software companies are finding ways to accelerate CAD with GPUs beyond graphics and rendering.

Real-Time Ray Tracing Arrives

We test three of the new NVIDIA Quadro RTX GPUs.

Keep it Simple, Keep Them Coming

An easy formula for estimating cost is part of some simulation software providers’ strategy.

The Art of Balance in Mixed Reality

Resolution, weight and price are part of the equation for success.

Digital Twins and the New Reality

As mixed reality systems become more affordable, capable and easier to use, manufacturing is making use of mixed reality for digital twins.

PTC Creo 6.0: Even Better Than Last Year

Enhanced augmented reality, simulation and additive manufacturing tools lead the list of new features.

Fastest Ever: @Xi MTower PCle

The latest edition of the MTower PCIe from @Xi is the fastest single-CPU workstation we have tested so far.

Altair SIMSOLID Walkthrough

Walkthrough looks at another finite element analysis product.

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