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MIT Develops Faster 3D Printhead
Researchers also announce biorenewable cellulose printing material

DE News Roundup: January 18, 2019
3D-Printed Autoparts from Ford and Carbon, Staffing Firm Modis's Survey on What Attracts and Keeps Top Talent, What Analysts Say...



Renishaw Expands European Reach of AM Solutions Centers
Renishaw’s Solutions Centres are equipped with the latest AM systems, including Renishaw’s multi-laser machines, as well as metrology,...

Desktop 3D Printer Offers Industrial Features
MakerBot aims to bridge gap between industrial and desktop 3D printing for single designers and engineers.

Distene Releases 2.8 Version of MeshGems
New features include support of robust quadratic meshing for all the MeshGems components that is throughout the whole meshing process.


Learn how ARRIS Simulates and Validates their Drop Tests and Optimizes their Designs
In this webinar, we’ll learn from ARRIS engineers how drop test simulation and validation, along with design optimization is revolutionizing ARRIS product development.

Immerse Yourself in Realistic Design
In this issue: Immerse Yourself in Realistic Design; Designing Prosthesis: The Anti-Robot, and a BOXX APEXX S3 Review: Overclocked and...

Reviews

Open-Source CFD Software Packages: Good Enough and Free
A review of the OpenFOAM open-source computational fluid dynamics (CFD) packages.

A Quick Look at SimScale’s SaaS Simulation
Mini review of SimScale's Web-based Simulation includes video walk-through.

IronCAD 2019: 20 Years of Innovation
A pioneering program gets a host of improvements.

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Companies

Sensirion
Sensirion is the world's leading manufacturer of digital microsensors and -systems. The product range includes gas and liquid flow sensors,...

BETA CAE Systems
BETA CAE Systems is a private engineering software company committed to the development of state of the art CAE software...

Dell EMC
Dell EMC enables digital transformation with trusted solutions for the modern data center.

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January 2019 · Access the January digital edition for a focus on lightweighting, including coverage of biomimicry, advanced materials and 3D printing, plus hardware and software reviews, meshless FEA and more.

Latest Posts


Prototype/Manufacture
NCDMM’s Ralph Resnick Reelected to Serve as a 2019 SME International Director
The 2019 SME International Directors’ term commenced this month. Resnick joins five other industry leaders as 2019 SME International Directors.

Prototype/Manufacture
Jabil Integrates Engineered Materials and 3D Printing Machines with Processes
Jabil will evaluate, qualify and validate materials alongside certified machines and processes as part of an integrated solution that matches...

Simulate
Mechanical Simulation Releases CarSim, TruckSim, BikeSim, and SuspensionSim 2019.0 
The VehicleSim products CarSim, TruckSim, and BikeSim have featured high-fidelity math models for vehicle dynamics that can reproduce physical test...

Prototype/Manufacture
Renishaw Expands European Reach of AM Solutions Centers
Renishaw’s Solutions Centres are equipped with the latest AM systems, including Renishaw’s multi-laser machines, as well as metrology,...

Test
Ethertronics Offers New Portable Millimeter Wave Measurement System
The new ETH-MMW-1000 provides a compact, cost-effective, accurate, and adaptable solution for testing 5G antennas and other devices at millimeter...

PLM
Maxiforja Digitalizes Operations with the Siemens Digital Innovation Platform
Strategic partnership between Siemens and Maxiforja made to help ensure competitiveness in the development of forged products through use of...

Editors Pick of the Week
Editor’s Pick: Heavyweight 3D Print Technologies Designed for Desktop
MakerBot's new 3D printer deploys Stratasys industrial technologies for single designers and engineers.

Prototype/Manufacture
Desktop 3D Printer Offers Industrial Features
MakerBot aims to bridge gap between industrial and desktop 3D printing for single designers and engineers.

Partner Content
Open-Source CFD Software Packages: Good Enough and Free
A review of the OpenFOAM open-source computational fluid dynamics (CFD) packages.

Simulate
Six-Axis Metal Printer Can Create Large, Complex Components
Robotic printer uses simulation to immediately correct for anomalies.

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