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Editors Pick of the Week

Editor’s Pick: New reverse engineering software
Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence REcreate turns 3D data from various sources into a model made for further design work or 3D printing. 
Editor’s Pick: New additive manufacturing option for tiny metal parts
Holo PureForm MicroAM 3D printer offers high resolution and throughput in a metal 3D printer, capable of producing parts with features less than 50 μm. 
Editor’s Pick: Open Standards Professional Rendering Engine
AMD Radeon ProRender updates apply to software developers kit and plug-ins.
Editor’s Pick: Dashboard Analysis for National Security Multi-domain Designs
BAE Systems' System of Systems Testbed can link formal architecture specifications, digital architecture modeling, high-fidelity modeling and simulation, and advance command and control (C2) enabling technologies. 
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Editor’s Pick: HPC Cluster for Engineering and AI
PSSC Labs PowerWulf ZXR1+ is a custom-designed, application-optimized, and production-ready HPC cluster solution.
Editor’s Pick: Mechatronic design for multidisciplinary collaboration
Siemens' NX Automation Designer and NX Industrial Electrical Design provide a central design application for industrial electrical and automation design.
Editor’s Pick: Additive manufacturing system for lightweight components
With the Roboze ARGO 1000 3D printing production system, the company says the goal is to reduce current pressures on global supply chains by replacing metal parts and components for extreme applications.
Editor’s Pick: Improved simulation management
This update improves all elements of simulation workflow and management, according to the company.
Editor’s Pick: Extending popular open source CFD platform
ESI Group says OpenFOAM has an extensive range of features to solve “anything from complex fluid flows involving chemical reactions, turbulence and heat transfer, to acoustics, solid mechanics and electromagnetics.” 
Editor’s Pick: Improving Design Analysis
Multiphysics for IronCAD 2021 provides fully coupled multiphysics for stress, thermal and electrostatic analysis, the company reports.
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Editor’s Pick: Decreasing Supports in Metal Additive Manufacturing 
Delve into 3D Systems' NoSupports design methodology.
Editor’s Pick: Explore new multi-material 3D printing capabilities
Both the J35 Pro and the J55 Prime are compatible with Stratasys GrabCAD Print, a utility that allows users to import native CAD files or 3MF files for printing. 
Editor’s Pick: GPU Redesign Lowers Power Consumption, Speeds Rendering 
AMD says its RDNA 2 Architecture features Enhanced Compute Units with Ray Accelerators (for hardware raytracing).
Editor’s Pick: Efficient Creation of Digital Twins for Virtual Commissioning 
Maplesoft says new features in MapleSim Insight provide enhanced simulation-based 3D visualization and debugging capabilities, which connect directly to common automation platforms.
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Editor’s Pick: Cutting edge components for custom HPC workstations
PSSC Labs says it builds “technology for visionaries seeking handcrafted computing solutions that will take their work to the next level.”



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