November 18, 2022
The aviation and aerospace market is one of the most innovative when it comes to advanced engineering, driven by the need for lightweighting and stringent safety requirements.
In this Special Focus Issue of Digital Engineering, we take a look at some of the design and engineering technology that is helping these companies reach their goals when it comes to innovation. That includes an increased reliance on simulation, the use of additive manufacturing for creating prototypes and end-use parts, and even solutions for designing and manufacturing parts in space.
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Editor’s Picks: May 25-31, 2023
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Editor’s Pick: Quality Desktop 3D Printing
UltiMaker Method XL 3D printer can be used to print production plastics at a lower cost than industrial-style printers, company...
Seeking Misbehaving Virtual Drivers
Simulating accidents in mixed reality is a critical step for the future of autonomous vehicles.
Editor’s Pick: Powerful CAD in the cloud
Creo+ is the Cloud-based version of the company’s flagship mechanical CAD...
Editor’s Pick: Fast resin 3D printing
Nexa3D XiP Pro 3D printer is a new model in the...
Editor’s Pick: Additive Manufacturing Process Management
Stratasys GrabCAD Print Pro is software for managing 3D printing processes.
Editor’s Pick: Advanced Composite Additive Manufacturing
Impossible Objects CBAM 25 uses high-performance composite materials.