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Editor’s Picks: July 4-10, 2019

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:

Introducing AutoCAD 2020 for Mac and AutoCAD LT 2020 for Mac

CRP Technology Debuts Windform FR1 From Family of Composite Materials

Huntsman Delivers new IROPRINT Additive Manufacturing Materials

Anaglyph Introduces New Version 4.9 of Laminate Tools Software Application

Epson Introduces SureColor T5470M 36-In. Printer and Integrated Scanner

Siemens Boosts Electromagnetics Simulation Processes With Simcenter 3D Release and

Simcenter 3D 2019.2: Advancing the state of the art

Volume Graphics Releases New Generation of CT Software Solutions

Artec 3D Launches the Fully-Automated Artec Turntable for 3D Scanning Small Objects

CCE launches free browser-based CAD viewer

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