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Riding the Virtual Road
Autonomous vehicle simulation shortens development cycles, reduces costs and makes cars and trucks safer.
Make Way for Large-Scale Additive Manufacturing
The combination of new technologies and a maturing market has kicked off heightened interest in large-scale AM for production-grade applications.
Is Your Car a Good Listener?
Breaking down the role of acoustics analysis in electric and autonomous vehicle development.
Workstation Monitors Boast Curves and Connectivity
Engineers put more consideration into monitor features as work-from-home setups emerge.
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Does Your Workstation’s Graphics Performance Measure Up?
The SPECviewperf benchmark is an important tool for gauging the graphics performance of an engineering workstation. 
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Accelerated Rendering: Seeing is Believing
Iray-based rendering unlocks new possibilities for designers in Siemens NX.
Ventilator Project Spurs Inventive Collaboration and Design Under Lockdown
Designers and engineers rethink ventilator functions, prototyping and production.
An Alternative to AutoCAD
CorelCAD 2020 continues to play catch-up.
The Human Side of Simulation
Incorporating human body models as part of simulation-driven design improves design outcomes, resulting in highly personalized, safer products.
Is PLM Up to the Digital Thread Challenge?
Engineers are reevaluating PLM’s role in enabling digital thread development.
When Engineering Exits the Building
Organizations must find the right technology to support engineers’ data-intense workloads as work-from-home numbers increase.
3D Printing Ushers In Wave of New Cybersecurity Risks
AM used in a production capacity can be susceptible to design IP theft, counterfeiting and malicious operational interference. Here’s what some researchers and vendors are doing to mitigate risk.
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Mixing Personal and Professional Computing with a Secondary Screen
Revisiting the use of multiple displays in the era of COVID-19
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Additive Manufacturing Evolves Past Prototyping
New simulation and material advancements are making 3D printing viable for end use part production.
Bringing a Comic Book Hero to Life
Effects artists used a combination of digital modeling, animation, CAD and 3D printing to build the massive S.T.R.I.P.E. armor for the DC Universe's Stargirl.



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