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The December issue features our annual Technology Outlook survey, as well as simulation democratization, the future of smart cities, digital twins, and a review of the MSI WS66 10TMT-207 mobile workstation.



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Dell Precision 5750: The Smallest 17-in. Workstation
Dell Precision 5750: The Smallest 17-in. Workstation
Dell’s new Precision mobile system is small but pricey.
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Editor’s Pick: Real-time quality assurance for advanced metal additive printing
The new module is Data Analyzer, software for quality assurance and data analysis.
Editor’s Pick: Static-dissipating composite material for electronics additive manufacturing
The material can be reinforced with continuous carbon fiber, creating strong and static-free composite parts.
Editor’s Pick: UL Certification for Emissions-free 3D Printing
RIZE calls GREENGUARD Certification “a key safety and sustainability milestone” for the 2XC FDM 3D printer.
Editor’s Pick: Faster production drawings from the 3D model
The company says every year it polls its users about what enhancements they would like to see to the software and then IronCAD responds accordingly.
Editor’s Pick: New Simulation Software Tackles Sintering in Additive Manufacturing
Desktop Metal says use of the new software largely eliminates the need for physical trial and error, and makes possible using binder jet sintering on challenging geometries.