May 10, 2022
Product design has grown more complex and demanding. In the past, CAD, simulation, rendering, visualization and other tasks operated in distinct operational silos with their own workflows, but those lines are blurring.
As a result, design engineers are tasked with doing more than just CAD work. Increasingly, they are performing advanced simulation and analysis, as well as visualization and rendering as part of their day-to-day development workflows.
In this white paper, we will explain how key components affect engineering productivity and offer high-level guidance on configuring a professional engineering workstation based on typical workflows.
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