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Digital Engineering and NAFEMS Americas Launch CAASE19 Virtual Conference
The virtual conference will explore the use of simulation and analysis across the design/development process.
Digital Engineering and NAFEMS Americas Launch CAASE19 Virtual Conference
The virtual conference will explore the use of simulation and analysis across the design/development process.
Ford Pilots 3D Printing Initiative for Tooling
The goal is to allow local plant floor workers without 3D printing experience to generate tools, jigs and fixtures using Ultimaker 3D printers.
Desktop Metal Ships Studio System
Desktop Metal's new Studio System is designed to be an office-friendly metal 3D printing system; now shipping in U.S. with 2-week lead time.
COFES 2019 Comes to the Silicon Valley
Long running Congress on Future of Engineering Software comes to the Silicon Valley as a nonprofit organization's debut
Carbon and Ford Boost Collaboration to Digitally Manufacture Durable, End-Use Parts
DE News Roundup: January 18, 2019
3D-Printed Autoparts from Ford and Carbon, Staffing Firm Modis's Survey on What Attracts and Keeps Top Talent, What Analysts Say about the Potentials of Personal Robots, and more
3D Printing Showcased at Ford’s Advanced Manufacturing Center
The Advanced Manufacturing Center includes 23 3D printers and is working with 10 different 3D manufacturing companies on a variety of projects using different types of materials.
Live from CAASE: Simulation Fuels Ford’s Push Toward Electric Powertrains, Self-Driving Cars
CAASE keynoter sees a need for wider incorporation of standards across different software, as well as improvements in multi-discipline optimization methods to accelerate design of experiments.
Model-Based Industries Calling for Quality Assurance Within Digital Thread
Elysium’s North American summit presented a suite of user-friendly functionalities that support product development from early design through manufacturing.
Zuken USA names Keynote for Annual Event in April
Zuken USA announces No Magic’s CTO as keynote speaker at Zuken Innovation World in San Diego
CAASE18 Preview: Cars Will Have Souls, Personalities, Preferences
Cars of the future will behave a lot more like humans, according to Piero Aversa, Ford’s Chief Engineer for the Global Powertrain NVH & CAE.
The New Face of Cyber-Physical Systems
Manufacturers turn to new robotics and computing systems to transform the current path of automation so human expertise is not lost.
Big Business Gets Additive Manufacturing
The latest firsts in 3D printing are emerging out of R&D labs and being made by big businesses.
In Search of Engineering Tech at CES
Autonomous vehicles, 3D printing and new computing user experiences lead the CES tech news for engineers.
Ford Factory Takes On Extreme Weather Testing
The new Ford “Weather Factory,” to be based in Cologne, Germany, will allow automotive engineers to choose a weather pattern representing the most demanding conditions found around the world.



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