Digital Engineering, November 2019
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The November 2019 issue focuses on new developments in metal-based additive manufacturing, designing for metal AM, AI-accelerated rendering, design trends in home robotics, and stress simulation. We also have a review of Alibre Design 2019.
Digital Engineering, October 2019
The October 2019 issue focuses on new developments in composites, simulation for additive manufacturing materials, materials design, and user interface designs. We also have reviews of KeyCreator 2019 and the MSI WS65 ...
Digital Engineering, September 2019
The September 2019 issue examines subscription software, purpose-built application bundles, the democratization of simulation, consumer vs. professional hardware, and budget workstation options. Plus Dell's Precision 3540 and 3541 mobile workstations, ParaMatters CogniCAD, Autodesk...
Digital Engineering, August 2019
The August 2019 issue examines the use of extended reality in design, as well as augmented reality and mixed reality for design review, new social and connected PLM platforms, and the...
Digital Engineering, July 2019
The July 2019 issue questions the rise in product recalls, explores the obstacles to digital transformation, and explains the benefits of digital twins. Plus, AutoCAD 2020, CorelCAD 2019, Rhino 6 and the Origin PC...
Digital Engineering, June 2019
The June 2019 issue focuses on how design engineering computing is evolving to support more graphics-intensive workloads, such as designing with mixed reality, simulation and design using graphics processing units, and...
Digital Engineering, May 2019
The May 2019 issue focuses on how design engineering technologies are enabling autonomous vehicles by land, air and sea. We also look at digital twins, bringing data from the edge back...
Digital Engineering, April 2019
The April issue of Digital Engineering features in-depth coverage of additive manufacturing, including 3D printed electronics, integrating additive manufacturing into the larger workflow, design and simulation for additive manufacturing, a...
Digital Engineering, March 2019
The March issue of Digital Engineering features a deep dive into the use of artificial intelligence in design engineering, plus a walkthrough of CORTIME, a Lenovo workstation review, generative design...
Digital Engineering, February 2019
Access the February issue for a focus on the digital thread, ruggedizing electronics, a walkthrough of ANSYS Workbench 19.2, a review of ZW3D and more.
Digital Engineering, 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.
Digital Engineering, December 2018
Our special Technology Outlook issue includes readers survey results and a look at designing the future of transportation, including the Hyperloop, supersonic jets and autonomous vehicles.
Digital Engineering, November 2018
Focus on Engineering Computing with edge computing and AI, HPC hyperconvergence, reviews of the HP Z2 SFF G4 and Dell Precision 7820 workstations, as well as the Dell 7920 rack-mounted workstation, and...
Digital Engineering, October 2018
Focus on Materials, Metal 3D Printing, Solid Edge 2019 Review, Industrial IoT Platforms, @Xi Workstation review, CFD in Clycling and more.
Digital Engineering, September 2018
Focus on Transportation Dispution: Connecting Cars, Engineering Electric Vehicles, Find Fatigue Failures, Lenovo Mobile Workstation Review, PTC Creo Review, When to Engineer with Excel, Autodesk Nastran Overview and more.
Digital Engineering, August 2018
Focus on Visualization, Autodesk Fusion 360 Review, COMSOL Multiphysics Walkthrough, Origin Workstation Review, GPUs for Simulation, Material Management, Large-Format Printers and Scanners
Digital Engineering, July 2018
Aerodynamics Testing; SOLIDWORKS Simulation Overview, Part 2; IoT Interoperability; A look at design partnerships between manufacturers and technology vendors.
Digital Engineering, June 2018
Cloud-based solutions allow engineers to access a wider variety of hardware; Internet of Things; CAD system that runs entirely in a browser.
Digital Engineering May 2018
The technology associated with cryptocurrency offers new approaches to data security and transaction record integrity. Learn more about bitcoin and blockchain, a review of AutoCAD 2019 and Lenovo ThinkPad P71, a...
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Editor’s Pick: A Fresh Take on Industrial Design Software
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