Digital Engineering, November 2019

Our November coverage of metal 3D printing, AI-accelerated rendering, and more.

Inside This Issue

AM Simulation Gets More Complex with Metal

Generative design and simulation software makers add features to address metal AM.

Designing with AM in Mind

Designers and fabricators must support one another to avoid print failure.

Finding the Sweet Spot in Metal 3D Printing

Engineers need to evaluate part complexity, design freedom and time to market when making a case for metal 3D printing.

Cobra Aero Takes Off on DfAM Journey

Parternship with Renishaw helps specialty manufacturer optimzie UAV engine design for metal AM production.

Pittsburgh Airport Plans 3D Printing Cluster

New Innovation Campus will include a 30-acre additive manufacturing center.

AI-Accelerated Rendering

Artificial intelligence ushers in rendering democratization.

Will Robots Find a Place in the Smart Home?

For developers and engineers, emerging “social robot” applications are still a work in progress.

Still Going Strong: Alibre Design 2019

Alibre LLC ships the second release since reacquiring its venerable parametric modeling software.

Shear Panic: Seeking Stress Relief

Stress can be puzzling for engineers; FEA modling can provide guidance.

Additive Manufacturing: Finding the Solutions that Matter

3D printing pioneer and MFG CEO Dr. Ronald L. Hollis talks about the future of additive manufacturing.

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