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Making the Case for Simulation of Additive Manufacturing
The cost of running an additive manufacturing metal 3D printer, on average, is estimated to be around $100 per hour, and a single build can take upwards of 20 hours—or closer to 80 hours for highly complex parts. That's $2,000 to $8,000 wasted every...
Digital Engineering, August 2018
Focus on Visualization, Autodesk Fusion 360 Review, COMSOL Multiphysics Walkthrough, Origin Workstation Review, GPUs for Simulation, Material Management, Large-Format Printers and Scanners
Industry Focus: Designing for Aerospace & Defense
The use of simulation in A&D has evolved from early experimentation to become a critical part of the product design and development cycle, so much so that the sheer amount of simulation data has become a management challenge. Companies...
Learn how 3D Laser Scanning Reduces Cost in Product Development
Join us for a LIVE webcast to learn how to product development is a critical balance of cost, efficiency and time to market. During the product design lifecycle, planning and development processes require efficiencies in two objectives that often work...
Live Panel Discussion: Simulation Evolves for CAD Veterans
For simulation to expand beyond a small pool of expert analysts and become more mainstream, it must be more accessible. FEA (finite element analysis), CFD (computational fluid dynamics), and other simulation software developers have explored various ways to make their...
Simulation Focus: Conference on Advancing Analysis and Simulation in Engineering (CAASE) Preview
The CAASE18 (Conference on Advancing Analysis and Simulation in Engineering) kicking off June 5-7, 2018 on the south shore of Lake Erie in Cleveland, OH plans to take the engineering analysis community by storm. The event is expected to play host...
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Making the Case for Digital Exploration
Technologies evolve. Now is the time for you to take another look at simulation tools for designers.
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Visualization in the Virtual Reality Age
The consumerisation of VR is opening-up visualisation options at an unprecedented rate. Designers can produce photorealistic images of products faster and more accurately, enabling even faster time-to-market and allowing customers to experience the product – without real-world prototyping and modelling costs.
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The “Cool” Factor - Optimization of Thermal Performance
As IoT and other devices are being squeezed into tiny form factors, electronic designs are getting ever more complicated. Join us in this webinar as we discuss ways to optimize thermal performance by tweaking the following: air flow, component placement,...
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Accelerate Your Multiphysics Simulations and Apps in the Cloud
Advancement in multiphysics simulation and apps allows engineers to solve more complex engineering problems. Distributing the simulation work across multiple computers provides both a means to solve extremely large problems and to solve multiple model configurations simultaneously. In this webinar,...
Industry Focus: Designing for Consumer Electronics
Design engineers developing consumer electronics were some of the first to arrive at the intersection of hardware, electronics, software and aesthetics. That intersection has since become jammed with engineers from various disciplines trying to navigate their way through an ever-changing...
Integrate 3D Printing into Digital Manufacturing
3D printing spare parts offers efficiencies over traditional manufacturing. Historically, manufacturers anticipated what they required in spare parts over the course of years, maybe even decades, produced those volumes, then stored and distributed parts as needed. If inventory ran out,...
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Engineering for the Auto Industry
In this digital issue featuring some of DE’s most popular content on the subject, we take a deeper look at how automotive design engineers are responding to changing regulatory requirements, electric drivetrains and self-driving technologies.
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HP’s Multi Jet Fusion, Reinventing 3D Printing
Though a household name in computing systems and printers, HP is a relative newcomer to the 3D printing segment. What can its Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology do that others can't? It brings disruptive technology, according to HP's David Tucker,...
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How Realistic is Your Simulation? Bridging the Gap Between Simulation and Test
The use of simulations to displace physical tests has become essential in accelerating product development and reducing costs.  However, simulation results may be substantially different from what is observed in reality.  This could lead to premature product failure, costly warranty...



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