Digital Engineering, July/August 2021

In this issue, readers can learn more about simulation in automotive design, connected cars and the digital thread, AR/VR for auto design, and more.

Inside This Issue:

The Simulation Risk-Free Space of Vehicle Design

As vehicle design increases in complexity, so does simulation, allowing design teams to safely simulate designs before they become road-ready.

Body Painters and Test Drivers Wanted in Mixed Reality

Training and design review fuel use of AR/VR in automotive.

Digital Thread Accelerates Connected Car Development

Digital transformation of the automobile will require a new design approach.

The Do’s and Don’ts of Metal 3D Printing

The No. 1 rule for optimizing value: redesign parts specially for metal AM while following materials and post-processing specs.

Preparing for Predictable and Unforeseen Events

Pie Aeronefs discusses the decision-making process in aircraft design for an aerial race.

Match the Workstation to the Workload

As engineers return to the office, many firms are re-evaluating their computing requirements.

Lenovo ThinkPad P15 Gen 1: A High-End Price/Performance Leader

Lenovo’s new 15-in. mobile workstation offers Ultra Performance Mode.

Shapr3D Unites Modeling Rigor with Sketching Simplicity

iPad modeling tool leverages the Apple Pencil for a smooth UX.

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Latest News

Ansys and Rockwell Automation Optimize Industrial Operations
Rockwell Automation's latest release of Studio 5000 Simulation Interface now connects to Ansys Twin Builder.

ASME and Carbon Survey Finds Large Gains for 3D Printing in Manufacturing
Report shows that nearly all respondents now use a 3D printing process for manufacturing.

MakerBot Report Highlights 3D Printing Use in Remote Learning Environments
Findings from MakerBot’s new trend report on 3D printing in education show its significance to continue engaging students and...

Xaar and Meteor Inkjet Partner With Dyndrite
Companies deliver integrated, optimized 3D CAD-to-inkjet printhead development environment enabling OEMs to quickly invent new raster inkjet machines.

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