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Editor’s Picks: April 7-13, 2022

One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.

One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.

Each week, DE’s editors comb through dozens of new product releases and use their combined years of engineering industry knowledge to choose a few products and services that they think will help engineers innovate by working smarter and more efficiently. 

One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week:

Kubotek3D Launches 4.0 Release of Software Products

Rocky 2022R1 Enables Industrial Scalability of Processes

Autodesk Revit 2023 Unveiled

Exact Metrology Debuts Next Generation of Artec Micro

Properly Dry 3D Printer Filaments

Printer Could Provide up to 70 Percent Speed Improvement

brandgroup Launches New 3D CAD Configurator

Find Out Latest Updates With Theorem-XR

Nexa3D Launches NXE 200 Industrial 3D Printer

Dell Product Launch Debuts Enhanced Workstations, More 

3D Printing Wear-Resistant Components With ESD Properties

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Limits of FEA Automation
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Reimagining the Iconic Japanese Sword Handle and Display Stand with Generative Design Tools
Japanese designer Yasuhide Yokoi collaborates with master swordsmith Masao Manabe to reshape the iconic Japanese sword handle and display stand with Generative Design software.
What’s New in AutoCAD 2023?
Machine learning tools lead the list of new features.
Autodesk Accelerate: Lessons on Transformation from the Big Easy
At Autodesk Accelerate Conference, Autodesk executives and customers discuss digital transformation.
Autodesk to Bring Sustainability Assessment Tools in Partnership with Makersite
Autodesk working with Makersite to bring sustainability measurement tools to conceptual design software
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More Dell Coverage

How to Configure the Right Engineering Workstation
Learn how key workstation components can impact engineering productivity, and what factors to consider when configuring a new engineering workstation.
GPU-Powered Multi-Application Workflows
Engineers increasingly need to multitask on their workstations. NVIDIA RTX™ GPUs provide the power needed for modeling, simulation and rendering workflows.
Simulating Clean Energy
The U.K.’s Atomic Energy Authority and University of Manchester are using NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise to develop a fusion reactor power plant.
Dell Precision Tower Powered by 64-Core Threadripper PRO CPU
New professional workstation allows engineers to simultaneously design and render via fast CPU, support for high-end GPU graphics.
Engineering Workstation Power on the Go
New Dell Precision mobile workstations include new form factors, expanded support for NVIDIA RTX™ technology, and faster processors.
NVIDIA RTX™ GPU Power in the Toy Box
Designer Alessandro Pasotti leverages a Dell Precision workstation and NVIDIA RTX™ technology to boost his performance by as much as 20%.
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