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Digital Engineering, September 2016

Digital Engineering

January 2018

The pace of innovation is set by design engineers using revolutionary technologies to improve how they design, simulate, prototype and test. Digital Engineering (formerly Desktop Engineering) is on the front lines of the revolution. Via a monthly print magazine, daily e-newsletters, social media and this website, we deliver need-to-know information on the combination of high-performance computing and simulation-based modeling that is driving up-front design, new rapid prototyping and testing technologies that are improving the bottom line, and the engineering services our audience needs to thrive.

With any fundamental technological shift comes confusion and steep learning curves. Engineers need an independent voice they can rely on to cut through the noise and focus on the most productive solutions. DE provides that perspective from the latest breakthroughs in cloud computing to PLM and data management, to cutting-edge technologies like the Internet of Things and advanced materials.

Our mission is to guide our audience through the myriad of new engineering tools by showcasing not only why they should be implemented, but how to take advantage of the amazing opportunities they provide by integrating them into an optimized engineering workflow.


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BigRep Launches the VIIO 250 Automated, Intuitive 3D Printer
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 
Proposers for the project call are advised to reference the request for proposal for full details.

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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