Digital Engineering September 2023

Our September 2023 issue includes features on patient-centered medical device design, point-of-care 3D printing, workstation configuration, and a review of the Lenovo ThinkStation P360 Ultra.

Inside This Issue:

Custom Fit

Availability of customized medical devices and orthotics improves with advanced engineering design and fabrication. Such advancements are game-changers for the patients in need.  

Regulators Warm Up to Digital Evidence

Medical device makers foresee faster product introduction with the shift to computational modeling.

The Case for Point-of-Care 3D Printing 

While hospitals aren’t ready to turn into on-site manufacturers, they are turning to service providers to ramp up point-of-care additive manufacturing for patient-specific medical devices.

Delivering on Device Traceability

Can PLM deliver the traceability needed by medical device providers?

FEA In the Age of Cloud

Specialized infrastructure providers fill a need in HPC-powered simulation.

Configuring the Right Workstation for Simulation and Visualization

Price and hardware aren’t the only considerations to have during workstation selection. 

Almost Perfect: Lenovo ThinkStation P360 Ultra

Review: Lenovo delivers an ultrasmall workstation that’s big on performance.

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