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Our September coverage includes updates on 3D Systems, a look at simulation in the design of self-driving cars, how connected cars tie into the digital thread, large-format additive manufacturing, and a review of the Dell Precision 5550.


Pollution and fuel consumption are the most important features of thermal engines that must be drastically...
This guide provides expert recommendations for implementing DME in your organization.

Bringing the 3D printing process in-house is an effective way of optimizing the product development workflow;...
This study demonstrates training and validating embedded AI algorithms using synthetic datasets derived from large numbers...

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Dell Precision 5550: Thin, Fast and Pricey
Dell Precision 5550: Thin, Fast and Pricey
Dell recently announced a couple of new mobile workstations in its Precision line—the 5550 and 5570—offering the portability of a laptop and the processing power of a desktop PC. The Precision 5550 is reportedly the world’s smallest 15-in. mobile workstation, according to Dell. Read the full review.
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CorelCAD 2020: An Alternative to AutoCAD
CorelCAD 2020: An Alternative to AutoCAD
Corel, known for its flagship, best-selling product—CorelDRAW has steadily added to it's software library. The company acquired design, illustration, photo and video editing applications. Earlier this year, they released CorelCAD 2020, the latest update to its 2D/3D CAD software.
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Free HPC Cluster Benchmarking
The use of an HPC Cluster Appliance can reduce the cost to deploy an on-premise cluster and help improve engineering productivity.
Editor’s Pick: A comprehensive toolset for electronics design and testing 
Keysight Technologies PathWave suite update includes five new modules to help engineers remove computational limitations that traditionally make electronics design more complex.
Editor’s Pick: Limiting the complexity of metal binder jetting printing
Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence Simufact Additive Module for Metal Binder Jetting uses company's simulation technology to shorten the steep learning curve related to use of MBJ. 
Editor’s Pick: Micron-resolution production 3D printing
Boston Micro Fabrication microArch S240 3D printer increases build volume, speed and material capacity compared to the company’s previous model.
Check It Out: HPC Maximizes the Value of Ansys Mechanical
Developers updated the company’s simulation solutions to leverage access to faster processors storage systems, and communication sockets available in modern high-performance computing clusters.
Editor’s Pick: New line of wide-format printers from technology leader
The series is designed to support the creative process for engineering and other graphics-based professional processes.