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Building a Better EV Battery
As the advent of electric vehicles takes shape globally, battery design takes center stage as a technology to watch, especially as more electric vehicles are produced and go on the road.
Volume Graphics Wins 2023 3D Printing Industry Award
While the focus of this annual award is on additive manufacturing, Volume Graphics is used across the automotive, aerospace and defense industries.
Volume Graphics 2023.1 Software Supports Battery Inspection
Software also uses enhanced artificial intelligence/machine learning in new, easier interface.
Building a Better EV Battery
As the advent of electric vehicles takes shape globally, battery design takes center stage as a technology to watch, especially as more electric vehicles are produced and go on the road.
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3D Scanning in a New Light
Advanced 3D scanning software is enabling large-scale digital twin applications and new types of reality capture.
Editor’s Picks: May 13-19, 2021
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Volume Graphics Enhances Industrial CT Software Version 3.5
New software version helps detect and correct design flaws and manufacturability issues.
DE Video News Roundup: May 2021
Altair Portfolio Goes Online with Altair One, NVIDIA Omniverse Moves from Beta to Commercial, Ansys and Flir partner to develop autonomous driving in the fog, Volume Graphics offer CT scan-based analysis software to find flaws in mechanical parts
Podcast: CT Scanning Improves Product Quality
In our latest podcast, Ashley Bray of Volume Graphics describes the benefits of CT scanning for inspection and quality analysis, as well as how the technology combined with the right software can bridge the gap between simulation and reality.
Volume Graphics CT Software Includes Scan-to-CAD Reverse Engineering Capabilities
New capabilities support digital twin creation and simulation validation.
Hexagon Buys Volume Graphics
Volume Graphics will operate as part of Hexagon's Manufacturing Intelligence division. Completion of the transaction (closing) is subject to regulatory approvals. 
Composite Simulation Grows More Robust
Composite performance inseparable from manufacturing process and material design.
Volume Graphics Joins With Consortium to Update Prototyping of Molds
Computed tomography data analysis software analyzes additively manufactured molds and their prototypes for deviations and defects to improve quality and speed design iteration
Editor’s Picks: July 4-10, 2019
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Volume Graphics Releases New Generation of CT Software Solutions
Updates in 3.3 include multi-material dimensioning, native Q-DAS support, OCR-based automation, and high-quality volume meshing.
eXstream Engineering and Volume Graphics Collaborate on Mechanical Simulation of Materials
The combined use and the interfaces between the software solutions of e-Xstream and Volume Graphics allow companies active in developing and producing fiber compound components to optimize manufacturing parameters.



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