Digital Engineering May 2022

Our May issue focuses on additive manufacturing software, 3D print quality, GPU computing, and Space 4.0.

Inside This Issue:

Has Software Failed AM?

Examining the design and simulation software makers’ efforts to catch up with advances in 3D printing hardware.

Get a Grip on Print Quality

As use of 3D printing expands, designers are challenged to ensure  quality control. New tools are emerging to help.

Printing to Scale

Large-scale 3D printing projects require a new approach to architecture and planning.

Scaling Up Additive Manufacturing

Before 3D printing can evolve, it must be enhanced with sufficient data management.

A Golden Age of GPUs for Design Engineering

How far can GPU acceleration go in enhancing design and simulation applications?

AM for Passive RF

How additive manufacturing is pushing the boundaries of RF passive hardware. 

Welcome to Space 4.0

Digital simulation and testing are key to the future of space exploration.

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Latest News

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Editor’s Pick: Faster in-CAD CFD simulation
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Siemens Simcenter FLOEFD 2205 features a new “Mesh Boolean” technology, which Siemens says can handle complex or poor-quality CAD data faster...

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Creaform Releases 10th Version of VXelements 3D Measurement Software Platform 7:0
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New release offers cloud licensing, collaborative robots compatibility, new tools and functionalities.

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Epson Now Shipping 44-In. Production Photo and Graphics Printer
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The photo and graphics printer is the first available model in the new line of high volume production-class SureColor P-Series...

Quick Snapshot of NAFEMS Americas Regional Conference
Event covered range of topics in the simulation space, including electrification, autonomous vehicles and diversity in simulation organizations.

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