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Additive Manufacturing is Leaving the Island
With 3D printing growing increasingly mainstream, manufacturing execution systems are a tool against equipment downtime and production floor chaos.
Editor’s Picks: April 11-17, 2019
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Discover What’s New in AutoCAD 2020
AutoCAD 2020 provides a set of enhancements based on customer feedback, surveys, and analytic data.
Editor’s Picks: March 28-April 3, 2019
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Autodesk Reveals What’s New in Inventor 2020
Inventor 2020 delivers enhanced user interface and workflows, more professional grade functionality and even more customer-driven improvements.
Additive Manufacturing is Leaving the Island
With 3D printing growing increasingly mainstream, manufacturing execution systems are a tool against equipment downtime and production floor chaos.
Manufacturing Awareness Signals a New Phase in Generative Design
Migrating from theoretically optimal topology to manufacturable shapes, generative design technology shows signs of maturity.
Integrating Smart Design Under Pressure
How a small engineering team evolved from its traditional product design roots to embrace the complexity that comes with smart, connected products.
University of Michigan Researchers Tout High-Speed 3D Printing Approach
The process employs dual light sources in place of an oxygen membrane to print at 100 times the print speed of conventional offerings.
Engineering Productivity to Drive Generative Design to More Than 16 million Users by 2030
The automotive industry represents the largest opportunity globally with US$18.5 billion in generative design software revenues forecasted for 2030, but the largest industry differs from country to country.
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A Reality Check for AR/VR
As hype and speculation give way to practical concerns, augmented and virtual reality developers continue to incorporate new innovations into their offerings.
DE Video News Roundup, January 11, 2019
Video highlights news from CES on autonomous cars, SaaS simulation with GPU acceleration, and Autodesk's 3D printer and Chromebook giveaway.
Virtual Printing Enables Next Phase of AM Adoption
Simulating 3D prints will make it easier to create high-quality end-use parts using additive manufacturing.
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How Ascensia Diabetes Care Instituted new PLM, ERP and CRM Solutions in 18 Months
New enterprise resource planning (ERP) and product lifecycle management (PLM) systems needed to be configured and integrated with each other. And everything required a rebranding from “Bayer” to “Ascensia” that would affect multiple products, sold in countries around the world,...
Find out What’s New in Autodesk Netfabb 2019.1
Leading the list of updates are latticing, the new “CAD-friendly” interface, new machine integrations and some updates to Netfabb simulation.
Editor’s Picks: Dec. 6-12, 2018
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.



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