Digital Engineering, April 2021

The April issue includes a special focus on additive manufacturing, along with design cybersecurity and a review of the new Dell Precision 3240 Compact workstation.

Subtractive and Additive Under the Same Roof

DfAM triggers an evolution of parametric CAD with algorithms, generative design and 3D printing microservices.

Simulation: New Driving Force Behind Additive Manufacturing

Simulation replaces trial-and-error processes and a reliance on tribal knowledge to pave the way for widespread AM adoption for production use cases.

Taking Care of Business

Chart the next frontier in materials and engineering design with confidence.

Safeguarding Engineering in the Work-from-home Era

Securing design data requires a holistic approach that includes both technology and good policies.

MaaS Rewrites Rules for Manufacturing

The business model and the platforms that serve manufacturing-as-a-service are relatively new to the digital landscape, so it’s critical to adapt technologies to meet market demands.

Printing and Pest Management

Florida Department of Agriculture uses 3D printing to build a better bug trap.

Solid Power With Dell Precision 3240 Compact

Dell introduces an ultra-small form factor compact workstation.

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Dymax and Intrepid Automation Enhance Automated 3D Printing
BlueWave AX-550 LED flood-curing systems to be integrated into Intrepid Automation’s automated post-processing chambers.

3D Printing Is Automated With Array
The company also offers metrics through its cost-per-part and throughput calculator.

Altair Unveils Thea Render Version 3
Product includes new features, workflow enhancements and speed improvements.

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