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Top 5 Autodesk Vault User Fails to Avoid
IMAGINiT's manufacturing applications experts point to what works and what doesn't in Autodesk Vault.
DE News Roundup: February 1, 2019
SolidWorks World announces keynote speaker, Carbon unveils new 3D printer, ANSYS launches 2019 R1
A Quick Look at SimScale’s SaaS Simulation
Mini review of SimScale's Web-based Simulation includes video walk-through.
2019 3D Printing Trends
The revolutionary nature of 3D printing grew over decades.
Mixing AI with Human Intelligence in Industrial Revolution
AI is a tool humans can use to design better products.
Inside Google ATAP: Blending Preproduction and 3D Printing
The Google Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) lab focuses on the future of products and production
Measuring Dynamic Tilt with an IMU
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See Biomolecules Clearly
HPC helps researchers visualize molecular processes in high resolution.
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Computing Cures to the Cloud and Back
Warch hybrid computing in action at Virginia Tech.
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Tsugami M08J for Your CNC Machining Operations
The M08J CNC Lathe allows you to do many machining operations from turning, drilling, boring, and thread cutting. Ideal for a wide range of applications, the M08J is built for high accuracy, high productivity machining. The machine is...
DE News Roundup: November 2, 2018
MIT launches online experiment to add human perspective on AI training for self-driving cars, Hexagon buys Bricsys, known for DWG-compatible BricsCAD, ANSYS launches new app store, and more.
Watch This: Engineering News from 3Diligent, Autodesk, NASA and Fictiv
3Diligent takes a stand against 3D printed guns, Autodesk and NASA envision 3D-printed habitats for Mars, and a hardware business report from Fictiv.
Edge and Cloud Solutions for Engineering and Race Excellence
Discover how HPC cloud cluster with HPE Moonshot offers an edge in race car engineering and analytics. Learn how advanced analytics are employed at the edge (race pit) for real-time advantage and input for next-gen race cars.
GM Drives Vehicles of the Future with Generative Design
GM and Autodesk engineers apply generative design technology to reconceive a small vehicle component -- the seat bracket where seat belts are fastened. The resulting part is 40% lighter and 20% stronger than the original part.
Digital Engineering interviews E-Xstream engineering at CAASE 18
DE's Tony Lockwood interviews Ron Rogers from e-Xstream engineering at CAASE 18, the Conference on Advancing Analysis & Simulation in Engineering.



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