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Editors Pick of the Week

Editor’s Pick: New polymer technology for faster industrial 3D printing
Nexa3D NXE 200 industrial 3D printer is considered an entryway into scalable additive manufacturing.
Editor’s Pick: Top New CPU in Portables
MSI Summit series notebook computers use the new 12th-Gen Intel Core processors.
Editor’s Pick: Next-generation Engineering GPU
NVIDIA RTX A5500 GPU available from PNY.
Editor’s Pick: Artificial intelligence for part quoting services
Xometry says this software can be used by any of the existing instant-quoting websites to add artificial intelligence to its capabilities. 
Editor’s Pick: Portable small industrial 3D scanner  
The company says this portable scanner delivers affordability and high precision to industrial scanning. 
Editor’s Pick: Custom Materials for High-Abrasion 3D Printing
igus develops plastics components and offers 3D printing services.
Editor’s Pick: New binder jet line for extreme accuracy
Also, the company says its commitment to open materials gives users flexibility to choose the exact metal or ceramic that best meets production needs.
Editor’s Pick: Training course for tolerance analysis 
Sigmetrix EZtol Fundamentals computer-based training course uses a combination of lecture videos, software demonstrations, detailed exercises, quizzes and a training manual to teach EZtol fundamentals.
Editor’s Pick: Open Market Materials for Industrial Desktop 3D Printing
Fusion3 says its printer is designed for use with high-temperature industrial thermoplastics.
Editor’s Pick: Empowering product visualization
Luxion KeyShot 11 is a major update to the popular visualization and animation tool for product development.
Editor’s Pick: Detect 3D print job errors in real time
PrintWatch is computationally heavy, and runs on the Cloud.
Editor’s Pick: Improving interoperability between CAD products
Datakit says the technical data exchange API in the SDK has been reworked to improve the quality, reliability, speed and security of reading/writing 2D and 3D format functionalities.
Editor’s Pick: Faster professional graphics performance
The new AMD Radeon PRO W6400 graphics card (and its mobile variations, the W6500M and W6300M) is built on the AMD RDNA™ 2 graphics architecture.
Editor’s Pick: New high-performance workstation GPU
NVIDIA RTX A4500 available from PNY.
Editor’s Pick: New superalloy for laser powder bed fusion
Amperprint 0233 Haynes 282 nickel-based superalloy powder for Velo3D Sapphire printers is ideal for high-temperature applications.



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