Digital Engineering April 2023

In the April issue of Digital Engineering, we focus on additive manufacturing, including support-free printing, multi-material applications, and designing for additive.

Inside This Issue:

Changing the Shape of Things to Come

Progress in 3D printing and additive manufacturing opens the door to greater applications of design-oriented tools.

Multimaterial Printing Gaining Ground

Material data is the key ingredient in multimaterial part performance simulation.

The Support-Free 3D Printing Balancing Act

Despite the upside to support-free 3D printing, supports should be considered as just another tool in the toolbox to optimize certain parts and applications.

Fine-Tuning the Hybrid Workforce

How to find the computational balance in a work-from-anywhere strategy.

How to Optimize Manufacturing Capacity

Use of virtual manufacturing networks has potential to lead to greater agility and resilience in the long run.

Replicating Nuclear Energy Operations in Digital Twins

Nuclear power plants adopt digital twins for components and systems.

Download today

Latest News

Will AI-Based Simulation Hit a Home Run?
At NAFEMS Americas, technology leaders provide guidance on how artificial intelligence can enhance simulation workflows.

Quality and Safety Drive Monitor Innovations
The latest monitors reduce eye strain while increasing visible detail.

Intel Tackles Real-World Challenges with AI Systems
Intel reports that it is empowering GenAI developers and athletes around the globe with open and accessible AI systems.

ASME Foundation Wins Grant for Apprenticeship Program in Engineering
U.S. Department of Labor funding will help train and place community college graduates with employers in manufacturing and other...

Hexagon Introduces HxGN SDx2 SaaS Solution
Solution designed to deliver a connected, insightful digital backbone for industrial facilities, Hexagon reports.

Ansys Partners with Supermicro, NVIDIA
Turnkey hardware optimized for Ansys multiphysics simulation provides flexible configurations through collaborations with Supermicro and NVIDIA, according to Ansys.

All posts