Digital Engineering July/August 2022

Our July/August issue focuses on innovations in medical device design, including new materials, the use of simulation for regulatory approval, 3D printing at the point of care, and connected medical devices.

In This Issue:

Advancing Medicine with Engineering Design

New materials, applications and connectivity are driving the need for innovative design approaches in medtech.

Digitizing Biology

Use of simulation grows in biomedical sector; technology set to become part of regulatory approval.

Point-of-Care AM Propels Patient Care 

3D printing can unleash a new generation of patient-specific medical devices, but regulatory and skills challenges persist. 

Connected Medical Devices Come into Their Own

The internet-enabled healthcare ecosystem encompasses sensors, devices and other systems able to acquire, process and transmit health data.

Virtual Reality Ready for Engineering Prime Time 

Engineering firms can now take advantage of hardware advancements for extended reality tools. 

A Beautiful, Affordable Monitor: ASUS ProArt Display PA329CV Monitor

This new 32-in. in-plane switching monitor delivers great images at an affordable price.

Reimagining the Iconic Japanese Sword Handle & Display Stand

Japanese designer Yasuhide Yokoi uses Autodesk Fusion 360 generative design tools to reshape an iconic weapon.

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The new large-scale system is designed to be an easy-to-use machine for nonstop 3D printing of industrial-grade parts. 

Stratasys and BASF Partner with Polypropylene Material
The material will be available for viewing at the Stratasys booth during the upcoming RAPID + TCT Expo.

America Makes’ Project Call Is Worth $2.1M in Funding 
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UPM Additive Solutions, Authentise Team for Vendor-Managed Solution
This offering is made to enhance material management, traceability, and efficiency for manufacturers, the companies report.

Reusable Manufacturing Mould Unveiled
The mould, said to be infinitely reusable, can reportedly produce parts faster than 3D printing.

Audi Sport Boosts Design and Production With Help of Ultimaker
By embracing 3D printing for tools, Audi Sport has slashed costs while reducing lead times, Audi Sports reports.

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