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BCN3D Buys 3D Printing Cloud Platform AstroPrint
BCN3D obtains a key technology as well as expertise for the development of its cloud solutions, remaining dedicated to improving user experience, company says.
CENOS Simulation Software Made for Induction Heating Applications 
The latest software version now features industry-standard multi-CPU acceleration.
Rand Simulation Enables Utilities to Predict Design Flaws
Rand Simulation helps utilities modernize their grids by designing proven cooling and ventilation systems based on rigorous CFD analysis.
3D Systems Accelerates Access to Advanced Materials
Company facilitating additive manufacturing of high-strength, corrosion-resistant parts in Certified Scalmalloy (A) & Certified M789 (A) on Direct Metal Printing platform.
3D Printed Habitat Steps Up for Mars Mission
ICON’s Vulcan 3D printing construction system tapped to build a structure to help simulate long-duration stay on Mars.
Redwire’s Moonshot: In-Situ AM in Space
Redwire demonstrates in-space AM processes using simulated lunar surface materials on the International Space Station.
Argonne National Laboratory and HPE Unveil Testbed Supercomputer
Argonne laboratory’s new system, Polaris, built by HPE, will optimize AI, engineering and scientific projects for the forthcoming Aurora exascale supercomputer.
Desktop Metal to Acquire ExOne: What Does the Deal Mean?
Analysis of Desktop Metal's acquisition of ExOne
Burloak Technologies and Kinectrics Team Up to Make Parts
Burloak and Kinectrics will join forces to optimize design and manufacturability of components and replacement parts for applications used in the nuclear power generating process.
Simulation Powers Energy Saving Analysis
Digital twins and supercomputing resources drive large-scale, multi-building simulation to promote energy conservation measures.
Corum Client S-FRAME Acquired by Altair
S-FRAME’s structural analysis software platform is used by engineers to evaluate a structure’s ability to withstand external loads.
Shapeways’ 3D Printing Survey Reveals Great Shift to Digital Manufacturing
3D printing now mainstream among 75% of mid-sized manufacturers polled, yet more flexibility needed, company says.
Study: Indiana Manufacturers Ready to Implement Data
The study also recommended training the current and future workforce in using artificial intelligence and expanding AI-related data availability to include rural areas.
Precision Additive Launches Metal 3D Printing Division
New division set up for rapid prototyping and small- to mid-batch production.
Panasonic and SnapEDA Team Up to Accelerate Electronics Design
New models on SnapEDA accelerate product development with Panasonic components.



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