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Editors Pick of the Week

Editor’s Pick: Print metal on plastics printer
Ultimaker Metal Expansion Kit for Ultimaker S5 enables a switch between thermoplastic and metal printing.
Editor’s Pick: Accelerating lattice generation
nTopology third generation update features fundamental rewrites to its core software, which nTopology says improves the existing product.
Editor’s Pick: Manage rapid prototyping in model-based engineering
ADEPT industrial IoT software platform is a data framework that links real-time Linux servers as a distributed resource.
Editor’s Pick: Improve file editing for 3D prints
Now released is Materialise Magics 26, software for 3D printing file preparation.
Editor’s Pick: Polymer 3D printing on the desktop 
Target markets for the Nexa3D XiP 3D printer include engineering, dental, medical, education and other industries.
Editor’s Pick: Accelerating electromagnetics simulation
Siemens Simcenter 2022.1 has updates in three specific applications: Simcenter SPEED; Simcenter Motorsolve; and Simcenter MAGNET.
Editor’s Pick: Simulate advanced connectivity 
Altair Simulation serves manufacturing and AEC.
Editor’s Pick: Finer details in 3D print model slicing
Ultimaker Cura 5.0 beta offers a new slicing engine designed to churn out parts with finer details.
Editor’s Pick: Large-Format 3D Printing for Sand Tooling
Desktop Metal ExOne S-Max Flex Robotic System has applications in foundries for quick casting of complex metal parts.
Editor’s Pick: New polymer technology for faster industrial 3D printing
Nexa3D NXE 200 industrial 3D printer is considered an entryway into scalable additive manufacturing.
Editor’s Pick: Top New CPU in Portables
MSI Summit series notebook computers use the new 12th-Gen Intel Core processors.
Editor’s Pick: Next-generation Engineering GPU
NVIDIA RTX A5500 GPU available from PNY.
Editor’s Pick: Artificial intelligence for part quoting services
Xometry says this software can be used by any of the existing instant-quoting websites to add artificial intelligence to its capabilities. 
Editor’s Pick: Portable small industrial 3D scanner  
The company says this portable scanner delivers affordability and high precision to industrial scanning. 
Editor’s Pick: Custom Materials for High-Abrasion 3D Printing
igus develops plastics components and offers 3D printing services.



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