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In the May issue of Digital Engineering, we take a look at new simulation innovations, and provide coverage of the AMUG conference, the ASSESS Congress, cloud-based PLM, and the hidden cost of post-processing for 3D printing.


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New survey takes a deep dive into how engineers are using simulation tools, common challenges, and...

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This paper covers the comparable wear rates of SLS-printed parts and injection-molded components.

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What’s New in AutoCAD 2024
What’s New in AutoCAD 2024
AutoCAD continues to leverage machine learning for task automation.
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Small But Powerful: HP Z2 Mini G9
Small But Powerful: HP Z2 Mini G9
This updated mini workstation delivers eye-catching performance.
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Special Features

Editor’s Pick: Powerful CAD in the cloud
Creo+ is the Cloud-based version of the company’s flagship mechanical CAD software platform.
Editor’s Pick: Fast resin 3D printing
Nexa3D XiP Pro 3D printer is a new model in the company's line of resin photopolymer 3D printers.
Editor’s Pick: Additive Manufacturing Process Management 
Stratasys GrabCAD Print Pro is software for managing 3D printing processes.
Editor’s Pick: Simulation inside SolidWorks 
SimScale SolidWorks Add-in allows SolidWorks users to perform simulations from within the SolidWorks interface.
Editor’s Pick: Making the Use Case for Advanced Plastics
The Production Assessment Program allows clients to work with engineering experts to analyze and validate the business case for creating final parts using their Scaled Volume Production additive manufacturing platform.
Editor’s Pick: High-Speed Extrusion on Demand
The company has launched Essentium Parts On Demand (EPOD), a service bureau solution.