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America Makes Receives $1.4 Million NIST Grant
The grant is targeted at producing safe and effective 3D printed personal protective equipment.
America Makes Receives $1.4 Million NIST Grant
The grant is targeted at producing safe and effective 3D printed personal protective equipment.
CoVent-19 Ventilator Challenge Winner Announced
Three finalists selected from more than 200 entries
California Manufacturers & Technology Association (CMTA) Launches Marketplace for PPE
Autodesk, Intel Join Effort to Reboot Manufacturing in California
Simulation Charts Course to “Next Normal” Manufacturing
Siemens leverages hardware and software portfolio to help manufacturers promote workplace distancing.
When Robotics Intersect a Pandemic
Robotics and the technology that drives them have stepped up to the plate to assist health care workers and patients.
Data is the Fuel for Digital Twins
A clear-headed data strategy the key to building predictive models.
CAASE20 Keynote: Simulation Governance Can Carry You Through the Post-COVID World
On Day Two of CAASE20 Virtual Conference, analysts propose use of simulation governance to cope with engineering in the socially distanced era
CAASE20 Presentation: Justifying Spending More on Simulation During a Crisis
Presenter argues investment in R&D during the crisis is the key to beat competition
OnScale and Lexma Launch Moebius LBM CFD Solver
Solver made for advanced fluid dynamics simulations.
Purdue Engineering to Host Webinar on Advancing Freight Truck Automation
Webinar will focus on how to enhance safety, efficiency in light of COVID-19.
3D Printing Pumps Out Essential PPE
Private citizens and corporate enterprises are turning to 3D printing to buttress the limited stock piles of much-needed Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stratasys Announces Strategic Resizing to Accelerate Growth
Measure reflects shift to leaner operating model.
Industry Focus: Design for Medical Devices
In this Special Digital Issue, we take a look at how simulation software, 3D printing, and other technologies can be used to improve the design of medical devices.
DE Video News Roundup: Update on CoVent 19 Ventilator Design Challenge, 3D Print and Scan in Medieval Church Restoration, More
In Video News Roundup for May 29, 2020, the Covent-19 ventilator design challenge enters phase II, 3D printing and scanning firm Prototek helps restore Florence Baptistery cathedral door, Autodesk Fusion 360 adds 3D printing tools, 3D Heals virtual conference set for June
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Data Science Finds New Role in the Fight Against COVID-19
GPU-accelerated data visualization and analysis could lead to a better understanding of the virus.



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NAFEMS World Congress 2021 Issues Call for Papers
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