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Editors Pick of the Week

Editor’s Pick: Mobile workstations run AMD Ryzen Pro CPUs
Lenovo introduces ThinkPad P14s and ThinkPad P15v, both equipped with the latest AMD Ryzen PRO CPUs.
Editor’s Pick: Plug-and-play monitoring of 3D print jobs
The software is designed for any 3D printer using the Marlin open source firmware originally created for the RepRap 3D printer. 
Editor’s Pick: Design for metal additive manufacturing as a service
3DEO's new advisory service is built to allow the company to better assist its customer base by helping them design for AM technology.
Editor’s Pick: Industrial ceramic 3D printing
3DCeram C1000 FLEXMATIC Ceramic 3D printer provides a semi-automatic approach to industrial 3D printing.
Editor’s Pick: Improved PCB workflow in MCAD
New features in the Siemens NX Summer 2022 update will enable users to streamline their mechanical CAD and electronic CAD collaboration workflows.
Editor’s Pick: Power user workstation
Velocity Micro ProMagix HD150 workstation designed for CPU-intensive applications including rendering, machine learning, artificial intelligence and more.
Editor’s Pick: Faster CAD-Embedded CFD simulation
Siemens Simcenter FLOEFD 2205 features a new “Mesh Boolean” technology, which Siemens says can handle complex or poor-quality CAD data faster than previous methods.
Editor’s Pick: Print metal on plastics printer
Ultimaker Metal Expansion Kit for Ultimaker S5 enables a switch between thermoplastic and metal printing.
Editor’s Pick: Accelerating lattice generation
nTopology third generation update features fundamental rewrites to its core software, which nTopology says improves the existing product.
Editor’s Pick: Manage rapid prototyping in model-based engineering
ADEPT industrial IoT software platform is a data framework that links real-time Linux servers as a distributed resource.
Editor’s Pick: Improve file editing for 3D prints
Now released is Materialise Magics 26, software for 3D printing file preparation.
Editor’s Pick: Polymer 3D printing on the desktop 
Target markets for the Nexa3D XiP 3D printer include engineering, dental, medical, education and other industries.
Editor’s Pick: Accelerating electromagnetics simulation
Siemens Simcenter 2022.1 has updates in three specific applications: Simcenter SPEED; Simcenter Motorsolve; and Simcenter MAGNET.
Editor’s Pick: Simulate advanced connectivity 
Altair Simulation serves manufacturing and AEC.
Editor’s Pick: Finer details in 3D print model slicing
Ultimaker Cura 5.0 beta offers a new slicing engine designed to churn out parts with finer details.



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