Digital Engineering, April 2019

Our April coverage focuses on 3D printing and additive manufacturing.


Image courtesy of 3D Systems, Getty Images/Irina Devaeva.

Inside this issue

Pushing the Printed Electronics Envelope

The prospects are real, but we may have to wait a bit before we can experience the full benefits of additive manufacturing in electronics.

Leaving the Island

With 3D printing growing increasingly mainstream, manufacturing execution systems are a tool against equipment downtime and production floor chaos.

Plugging GPUs into the Metal AM Workflow

When it comes to metal-based AM, organizations are looking to harness the power of graphics processing units.

Metal Short-Run 3D Printing on Rapid Growth Trajectory

This growth includes expansion into markets where printing on-demand parts and components is attractive, such as healthcare, aerospace and automotive.

Industrial-Grade, Mass Appeal

A new class of desktop 3D printers marries the consistency and flexibility of expensive large-scale printers with the accessibility of consumer-based offerings

The Case for Engineering Outsourcing

Bringing engineering service provider benefits into focus.

3D Printing Services: The CAD Connection

Software-integrated plug-ins and online analysis pave the way for on-demand manufacturing.

Aiming to be the Amazon of Additive Manufacturing

Vendors enter the field, adding new networks for ordering custom parts and prototypes.

TopSolid Design 7.12 Review: All in the Family

A completely integrated CAD/CAM/PDM program.

Blown Away: Eurocom Tornado F7W Mobile Workstation Review

Canadian system integrator delivers the fastest mobile workstation ever reviewed by DE.

Workforce of the Future

Some firms turn to internship and apprenticeship programs to develop the tech talent they need.

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