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  • Optimize Your Simulation Workflow
    A variety of industry tools and platforms aim to streamline workflows to accommodate more advanced analysis and to promote design optimization.
  • 3D Systems Gives Wax Casting a Digital Makeover
    The ProJet MJP 2500 IC, built on the ProJet 2500 platform, has been tuned specifically for the production of metal cast components.
  • Metal Additive Manufacturing Market Heats Up
    From new cold spray deposition methods to innovations in extrusion processes, advances in metal additive manufacturing address long-standing limitations related to cost, safety and time to print.
  • Engineering with Excel
    With the right tools and best practices, organizations can move the digital thread forward and keep Excel.
  • Optimize Your Simulation Workflow
    A variety of industry tools and platforms aim to streamline workflows to accommodate more advanced analysis and to promote design optimization.
  • 3D Systems Gives Wax Casting a Digital Makeover
    The ProJet MJP 2500 IC, built on the ProJet 2500 platform, has been tuned specifically for the production of metal cast components.
  • AutoDrive Competition Puts Student Engineers in the AV Driver’s Seat
    AutoDrive, sponsored by General Motors and SAE International, is tasking eight university-level student teams with developing and demonstrating a fully autonomous passenger vehicle by the end of year three.
  • Compiler, New Modeling Tools Headline Latest COMSOL Release
    The COMSOL Compiler can be tapped to create standalone COMSOL multiphysics applications that don’t require any additional licenses to run.
  • Aras Goes All-In on Simulation Process and Data Management
    Fresh off releasing a detailed strategy for Simulation Process and Data Management (SPDM), Aras announced its acquisition of Comet Solutions, which markets simulation process management software.
  • Metal Additive Manufacturing Market Heats Up
    From new cold spray deposition methods to innovations in extrusion processes, advances in metal additive manufacturing address long-standing limitations related to cost, safety and time to print.
  • MATLAB Dives Into Deep Learning
    MathWorks has released significant deep learning enhancements in its latest Release 2018b of MATLAB and Simulink.
  • HP Advances Metal 3D Printing for Mass Production
    The HP Metal Jet—a platform that the company says addresses longstanding limitations of metal 3D printing and positions the technology as a cost-effective alternative for low-cost, mass production—is revealed at IMTS.
  • Engineering with Excel
    With the right tools and best practices, organizations can move the digital thread forward and keep Excel.
  • 3D Printed Cardiac Patch Mends Damaged Hearts
    The team employed an electrohydrodynamic printing process known as melt electrowriting (MEW) to engineer 3D fiber scaffolds, which could help the newly-injected cells remain in the live heart and grow. The stretchable microfiber scaffold, which featured a hexagonal or beehive design, was combined with specialized stem cells, with the aim of supporting the cells and improving their maturation, the study said.
  • Altair Brings Flexibility to solidThinking Licensing
    The company’s patented units-based licensing model is now being offered as solidThinking Units (sTUs) designed to help small- and mid-sized organizations tap into simulation more readily.
  • Siemens Folds Mendix’s Low-Code App Dev Environment Into IoT Vision
    The roughly $700 million acquisition, which adds Mendix into the software business of Siemens’ Digital Factory Division, is a critical piece of the company’s strategy to position its MindSphere IoT platform for digital transformation.
  • HP Multi Jet Fusion Anchors China Digital Manufacturing Center
    The Guangdong (Dali) 3D Printing Collaborative Innovation Platform will employ 10 HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing systems.
  • Materials Grab Leading Role in Early-Stage Design
    The rise of advanced materials and additive manufacturing practices is facilitating new tools and design workflows, making materials information more accessible.
  • 3D Printed Guns Set Off a Fire Storm
    Defense Distributed is gearing up to unleash files for 3D printed guns on the Internet, while a coalition of attorney generals from nearly a dozen states fired back with lawsuits to stop the move.
  • Optimus Ride Shifts Self-Driving Car Technology into Revenue Mode
    Optimus Ride, with roots at MIT, is focused on building self-driving car technology for geo-fenced environments such as planned communities, college campuses, business parks, resorts, ports and airports, and special events where the route is contained to a limited and known area and where the speeds don’t exceed 30 miles per hour.
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