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Editor’s Picks: Oct. 21-27, 2021

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:

3D CAD and CAE Catalogs Available in SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D

MakerBot Unveils Solution to Simplify the ABS 3D Printing Workflow

GibbsCAM Launches Version 2022

BMF Introduces microArch Microscale 3D Printer

Ansys, EMA Launch Product to Improve Electronic Components Design

Siemens Launches Xcelerator Portfolio as a Cloud Service

Xometry Launches Autodesk Fusion 360 App Version 2.0

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Ultra-high Accuracy, Precision, and Resolution Micro 3D Printed Medical Device Manufacturing
Discover how the use of micro-precision 3D printing is aiding medical device producers to tackle two common issues through this white paper.
Boston Micro Fabrication Secures $24M Series D Funding
The new capital infusion will support development of end-use products across life sciences, dental and electronics industries.
Creating Wireless Modular Robots with High-Precision 3D Printing
The pursuit of advanced robotics is motivated by the necessity for adaptable and configurable systems. Formerly, robots have been encumbered by stiff designs, curbing their suitability in frequently varying conditions. Yet, if robots can be modified and enhanced upon request,...
Minimally Invasive Surgery with 3D Printed Suturing Device
Despite its advantages, minimal invasiveness in surgery is impeded by a lack of specialized instruments suitable for such detailed and delicate tasks. As a result, patients cannot take full advantage of the potential reduced recovery times, improved outcomes, and lower...
Logged On, Plugged in, 3D Printed
In the world of robotics, 3D printing’s ability to print lightweight, complex shapes make it a natural fit for high-value, low-volume robot parts.
Prototyping Electronic Circuit Connectors with High Precision 3D Printing
To learn how 3D printers are used in the world of electronic components, we interviewed Mr. Ryozo Koyama of Hirose Electric who led the introduction of the 3D printer.
Boston Micro Fabrication Company Profile

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