Digital Engineering, July 2019
Inside this issue...
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 NT-15 Quadro mobile workstation are reviewed.
Digital Engineering, June 2016
Collaborative robots fuel job growth; New tools are emerging that help engineers run more comprehensivenoise, vibration and harshness analysis; Cloud Rendering; and a look at the APEXX 1 1401 and APEXX 2 2402 systems.
Digital Engineering, May 2016
An introduction to 3D printing technologies, materials and terms; 3D printing applications from Stratasys, Mcor and 3D Systems; Stress in FEA: Part 2; New display options can give designers a more...
Digital Engineering, April 2016
On-demand hardware and pay-per use licensing; Price of 3D Printing; a look at the Dell Precision 7710; Simulation Software and Visual Systems Design.
Digital Engineering, March 2016
Simulation-Driven Design Fast Tracks the Hyperloop; Finite Element Analysis; Engineers are gaining more access to virtual and augmented reality; a look at the Eurocom Sky X9W desktop.
Digital Engineering, February 2016
MCAD and ECAD; Small teams and big companies are developing a wide range of 3D-printed electronics applications; How enterprise IoT changes product design.
Digital Engineering, January 2016
Structural simulation software for optimum light weighting; DARPA and Department of Defense supercomputers; a look at The Digital Storm Slade PRO; Developing smart, connected devices.
Editor’s Pick: Stacking up Sand for the Digital Industrial Foundry
ExOne introduces a production-level sand casting 3D printer.
Editor’s Pick: Tools for Drivetrain Simulation Receive a Collaboration Update
Romax Technology introduces integrated suite Romax Nexus.
Editor’s Pick: New 1U Server for HPC Features Cascade Lake Xeon and Tesla GPU
Microway NumberSmasher 1U 4 GPU Single Socket Server comes ready for the most...
Editor’s Pick: Core i9 and RTX Graphics Make for a Powerful New Mobile Workstation
MSI WS65 mobile workstation offers rugged high-end power for demanding professional work.