June 29, 2021
The continued advancements in simulation software, as well as the incorporation of artificial intelligence into the design process, have led to expanded use of generative design tools.
However, despite the development of new and easier-to-use generative software, widespread adoption has yet to occur. In part, this is due to a need for more education about how generative design can be used.
In this Special Focus Issue, we have gathered editorial features that help explain how generative design can be leveraged by more engineers, the benefits and challenges associated with the technology, and examples of how it is being used today.
Anycubic Kobra 2 3D Printer On Market
The upgraded tool head, electronics, and other mechanical changes are all features to help to boost speed and print quality,...
CIMdata Creates eBook on Vehicle Electrification
The eBook describes vehicle electrification engineering challenges and the capabilities of Siemens Digital Industries Software’s integrated approach, CIMdata says.
TPM Establishes Additive Manufacturing Lab in South Carolina
This lab will serve as a regional demonstration center for additive and 3D printing technology, company says.
America Makes Awards Funding to Colorado School of Mines
Project team to explore cross-platform consistency in laser powder bed fusion technologies, according to America Makes.
Editor’s Pick: Quality Desktop 3D Printing
UltiMaker Method XL 3D printer can be used to print production plastics...
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.