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Kip Hanson


Kip Hanson writes about all things manufacturing. You can reach him at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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  • Medical Device Design: Getting to Yes
    There’s more to designing medical products than great ideas and a desire to make a difference
  • Smart Scanning
    For those versed in reverse engineering, here’s how to stay afloat in the sea of available hardware and software solutions.
  • Virtually Trained
    Still using textbooks and whiteboards? AR/VR-assisted learning is faster, more effective and less expensive.
  • Getting Graphic
    Intel is joining the discrete GPU market. Here’s how to follow the latest news and announcements from the chipmaker.
  • Medical Device Design: Getting to Yes
    There’s more to designing medical products than great ideas and a desire to make a difference
  • Smart Scanning
    For those versed in reverse engineering, here’s how to stay afloat in the sea of available hardware and software solutions.
  • Virtually Trained
    Still using textbooks and whiteboards? AR/VR-assisted learning is faster, more effective and less expensive.
  • Getting Graphic
    Intel is joining the discrete GPU market. Here’s how to follow the latest news and announcements from the chipmaker.
  • Reinventing Inventor
    Autodesk Inventor slowing down? Don’t blame the software—it’s probably a sign that you need a new workstation.
  • (Finding) the Right Stuff
    Impressed with all the cool shapes you can build on a 3D printer? What’s even more cool are all the different materials you can use to make them.
  • Generation Gap
    Bye bye, baby boomers. Move over millennials. Engineering software gears up for Gen Z.
  • 3D Printing Permissions
    Coming soon to an additive manufacturing shop near you: digital rights management for 3D printing.
  • Digital Twins and the New Reality
    As mixed reality systems become more affordable, capable and easier to use, manufacturing is making use of mixed reality for digital twins.
  • Kicking the Tires on Digital Twins
    The benefits of virtual representations of individual physical assets aren’t just for large enterprises.
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Latest News

BMW Opens Additive Manufacturing Campus
AM campus will focus on prototyping, production, research and training for use of 3D printing in automotive applications.

America Makes Receives $1.4 Million NIST Grant
The grant is targeted at producing safe and effective 3D printed personal protective equipment.

Editor’s Picks: June 25-July 1, 2020
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.

Pointwise Accelerates Surface Meshing
New release provides 5X faster surface meshing for CFD.

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