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Editor’s Picks: April 28-May 4, 2022

One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.

One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.

Each week, DE’s editors comb through dozens of new product releases and use their combined years of engineering industry knowledge to choose a few products and services that they think will help engineers innovate by working smarter and more efficiently. 

One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week:

Altair Simulation 2022 Released

MathWorks Launches Suites for Startups

Cura 5.0 Gets the Details Right

Varjo Launches Reality Cloud Software Platform

Araqev Tackles 3D Printing Quality Control

What’s New in Autodesk Vault 2023?

More Altair Coverage

Altair Company Profile

More Autodesk Coverage

Editor’s Picks: November 25-December 1, 2022
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Editors’ Chat: Rise of Cloud Platforms, AWS-Powered Simulation, News from Formnext, and More
DE editors discuss the news of cloud platforms from AU, AWS-Powered simulation, additive news from Formnext, and more
Boosting CAD Interoperability
Consolidation and change within industries that use engineering design software raise questions about CAD software interoperability.
What’s New in Arnold?
Autodesk product enables optimization of rendering and much more.
Electronic Design: Boosting Lifespan and Repairability
The increasing problem of electronics waste and demand for affordable tech call for devices that can be repaired more easily and inexpensively.
Autodesk Company Profile

More MathWorks Coverage

More Ultimaker Coverage

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Partnership Forged Between America Makes and Ultimaker
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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 Picks: June 15-24, 2022
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Ultimaker Offers Metal Expansion Kit
Users can efficiently switch between printing plastic and metal on one 3D printer.
Ultimaker Company Profile

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