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Editors Pick of the Week

Editor’s Pick: Closing the gap on 3D printing expertise 
Materialise Mindware is billed as an advisory service to offer businesses strategic, tailored and technology-neutral insights on 3D printing usage. 
Editor’s Pick: Print nylon carbon fiber parts on the desktop
MakerBot says the new material is optimized for high strength, heat resistance and stiffness. 
Editor’s Pick: Fast preparation of SolidWorks files for powder bed fusion 3D printing 
ESPRIT Additive for Powder Bed Fusion comes as an add-in to SolidWorks, and will support any file that can be opened in SolidWorks. 
Editor’s Pick: Update adds third solver for simulation-driven design
This update includes the addition of SimSolid, Altair’s powerful software for structural analysis of complex assemblies.  
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Editor’s Pick: Remote teamwork environment for engineering 
Tele-collaboration system enables remote work and team work, improving collaboration by directly engaging engineers around the globe. 
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Editor’s Pick: Industrial metal 3D printer with 1-meter-tall build chamber 
Velo3D says this new printer is a response to the trade-off many industrial users face when needing 3D printing of mission-critical metal parts that require specialty metals.
Editor’s Pick: Leading network and electronics engineering services available for free
The Innovate Anywhere Program covers three key areas: 90-day software trials; remote learning; and scalable live network testing.
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Editor’s Pick: NVIDIA-powered data center for high-performance applications
BOXX FLEXX rack-mounted data center platform is made for complex product development workflows.
Editor’s Pick: New technique enhances photopolymer additive manufacturing
Fortify Continuous Kinetic Mixing System meets the need for advanced material properties in additive manufacturing. 
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Editor’s Pick: Advanced material testing for leading additive manufacturing platform 
3D Systems Figure 4 materials testing for production applications
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Editor’s Pick: Discover Flexible Print Production Options for SLS Polymer
EOS North America INTEGRA P 450 suitable for single print use and true serial production additive manufacturing.
Editor’s Pick: 3D and 5-Axis Milling Enhancements Round Out hyperMILL Update
hyperMILL l 2020.1 CAD/CAD Suite features additive manufacturing capabilities and more.
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Editor’s Pick: Next-Gen Parallel Meshing Speeds CFD Prep 30x 
Siemens Simcenter STAR-CCM+ 2020.1 said to be “rewritten from the ground up for parallel performance.”
Editor’s Pick: Industrial 3D Printer for the World’s Strongest Plastics 
AON-M2 2020 3D printer is a high-temperature printer designed to work with a wide variety of plastics including several ultra-high-performance open standards materials.
Editor’s Pick: Latest PolyJet 3D Printer Offers “Designed for Designers” Feature Set 
Stratasys J826 PolyJet 3D printer rounds out the company’s line of line of full-color, multi-material photopolymer 3D printers as a model “designed for designers.”



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