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Editors Pick of the Week

Editor’s Pick: Extending training to 5-axis computerized milling 
FANUC America says the expansion of its virtual training for CNC reflects its commitment to working with industry and educational partners to help fill the training demand for 5-axis milling. 
Editor’s Pick: One License Offers Access to an Entire Rendering Portfolio
Chaos Group V-Ray Collection offers instant access to the latest versions of V-Ray, Phoenix FD, Project Lavina and the high-res material library, VRscans, on the same machine.
Editor’s Pick: New Desktop 3D Printer Focuses on Rugged Reliability
The target market is for any user who needs 3D printing in a desktop form factor for high quality work, whether professional or hobbyist.
Editor’s Pick: Faster updates for large 3D assemblies
IronCAD 2020 Product Update #1 targets speed improvements and user productivity.
Editor’s Pick: Closing the gap on 3D printing expertise 
Materialise Mindware is billed as an advisory service to offer businesses strategic, tailored and technology-neutral insights on 3D printing usage. 
Editor’s Pick: Print nylon carbon fiber parts on the desktop
MakerBot says the new material is optimized for high strength, heat resistance and stiffness. 
Editor’s Pick: Fast preparation of SolidWorks files for powder bed fusion 3D printing 
ESPRIT Additive for Powder Bed Fusion comes as an add-in to SolidWorks, and will support any file that can be opened in SolidWorks. 
Editor’s Pick: Update adds third solver for simulation-driven design
This update includes the addition of SimSolid, Altair’s powerful software for structural analysis of complex assemblies.  
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Editor’s Pick: Remote teamwork environment for engineering 
Tele-collaboration system enables remote work and team work, improving collaboration by directly engaging engineers around the globe. 
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Editor’s Pick: Industrial metal 3D printer with 1-meter-tall build chamber 
Velo3D says this new printer is a response to the trade-off many industrial users face when needing 3D printing of mission-critical metal parts that require specialty metals.
Editor’s Pick: Leading network and electronics engineering services available for free
The Innovate Anywhere Program covers three key areas: 90-day software trials; remote learning; and scalable live network testing.
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Editor’s Pick: NVIDIA-powered data center for high-performance applications
BOXX FLEXX rack-mounted data center platform is made for complex product development workflows.
Editor’s Pick: New technique enhances photopolymer additive manufacturing
Fortify Continuous Kinetic Mixing System meets the need for advanced material properties in additive manufacturing. 
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Editor’s Pick: Advanced material testing for leading additive manufacturing platform 
3D Systems Figure 4 materials testing for production applications
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Editor’s Pick: Discover Flexible Print Production Options for SLS Polymer
EOS North America INTEGRA P 450 suitable for single print use and true serial production additive manufacturing.



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