Digital Engineering, September 2019

Our September coverage includes a focus on the democratization of simulation, software and workstation reviews, and more.


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Inside this Issue

Subscription Pricing Meets the Design World 

The desire for increased flexibility and an ongoing relationship with vendors is fueling a shift toward subscription-based pricing models.

Pick and Choose Purpose-built Bundles

Vendors assemble curated collections of engineering software to attract SMBs.

Generation Gap

Bye bye, baby boomers. Move over millennials. Engineering software gears up for Gen Z.

The Path to Simulation

Industry veterans weigh in on how to make engineering simulation more accessible to a larger user base.

Consumer vs. Professional Tug of War

Can consumer hardware be adapted for professional usage?

Budget Workstations for Engineers

Tasks, not price, define today's entry-level engineering workstation offerings.

Affordable Power: A Tale of Two Dells

We evaluate Dell’s Precision 3540 and 3541 mobile workstations.

Manufacturing-as-a-Service: Dawn of a New Horizon?

Engineers are using online manufacturing services to meet design deadlines.

ParaMatters CogniCAD Walkthrough

Setting up topology optimization problems is clear-cut in CogniCAD.

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.

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Latest News

Autodesk and ANSYS to Team Up to Increase Interoperability
The collaboration connects Autodesk Fusion 360 design and manufacturing software with ANSYS Mechanical simulation solutions, according to the companies.

Bright Computing Makes Bright Cluster Manager Software Free for Clusters Up to 8 Nodes
Bright is making Bright Cluster Manager widely available through the Easy8 program. 

DWS and Huntsman Form Cooperation to Bring Resin to Market
The collaboration will give footwear companies and other industrial manufacturers access to the SLA 3D printing of a new kind...

Mastercam Launches Signature Parts Series for Manufacturing Community
The series was initiated to showcase how Mastercam works throughout the manufacturing process using realistic parts.

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