Digital Engineering May 2023

In the May issue of Digital Engineering, we take a look at new simulation innovations, and provide coverage of the AMUG conference, the ASSESS Congress, cloud-based PLM, and the hidden cost of post-processing for 3D printing.

Inside This Issue:

Grading the Trinity of Simulation-Driven Design

How hardware access, ease of use and user adoption affect upfront use of simulation.

State of Model-Based Systems Engineering

Discover more about this  new, effective approach to complex system design.

Simulating the Way to Consistent 3D Printed Parts 

As production-scale AM gains traction, process simulation and in-situ monitoring are keys to consistent quality and optimized performance for 3D-printed parts.

Simulation-On-Demand Finds a Home in the Cloud

Manufacturers are increasingly adding cloud-based simulation to their toolset. 

How to Move Your PLM Processes to the Cloud

Shifting to a cloud-based PLM approach requires asking some tough questions.

The Hidden Cost of Post-Processing

DfAM is the key to reducing post-processing burden.

Review: What’s New in AutoCAD 2024

AutoCAD continues to leverage machine learning for task automation.

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