Digital Engineering, May 2017
3D printing pre-processing; simulating stress concentrations; augmented reality; simulation for small- and medium-sized businesses; IoT links mechanical and electrical engineers; Ulimaker 3D printer review; industrial additive manufacturing and more.
May 1, 2017
Inside this issue
3D Printing Prep Gets into Shape
Preparing models for 3D printing is no longer heavy lifting, but it’s still not as simple as it looks.
Dealing with Stress Concentrations and Singularities
It’s good know the stress peaks and distribution of high stresses, but it’s better to know when they are meaningful.
Engineering the Wow Factor into Sales
Positioning virtual products in real spaces gives manufacturers an advantage.
Bridge Building in Progress
The IoT demands a stronger link between electrical and mechanical design disciplines.
The SMB Case for Simulation
Small companies have more affordable simulation and computing options than ever to help them benefit via faster time to market.
3D Printing Help is at Hand
From rapid prototyping to manufacturing, service providers fill the knowledge gap and help design engineers meet peak production needs.
A listing of industrial 3D pritning material suppliers and material types from the Senvol Database.
Consumer Convenience, Professional Printing
Review: The Ultimaker 3 is a “prosumer” 3D printer up to the rigors of professional design engineering work.