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Our May issue focuses on additive manufacturing software, 3D print quality, GPU computing, and Space 4.0.



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This paper covers the comparable wear rates of SLS-printed parts and injection-molded components.
Micro-precision 3D printing can help manufacturers affordably create very small, highly detailed products and components.

A new era of CPU horsepower is critical to unlocking workstation performance to meet the needs...
In this paper, we will compare laser-based SLA, Digital Light Processing (DLP) and Projection Micro Stereolithography ...

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A Tale of Two Laptops: HP ZBook Fury 15 G8 mobile workstation
A Tale of Two Laptops: HP ZBook Fury 15 G8 mobile workstation
DE looks at two configurations of HP’s top-of-the-line 15-in. mobile workstation.
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Editor’s Pick: Finer details in 3D print model slicing
Ultimaker Cura 5.0 beta offers a new slicing engine designed to churn out parts with finer details.
Editor’s Pick: Large-Format 3D Printing for Sand Tooling
Desktop Metal ExOne S-Max Flex Robotic System has applications in foundries for quick casting of complex metal parts.
Editor’s Pick: New polymer technology for faster industrial 3D printing
Nexa3D NXE 200 industrial 3D printer is considered an entryway into scalable additive manufacturing.
Editor’s Pick: Next-generation Engineering GPU
NVIDIA RTX A5500 GPU available from PNY.
Editor’s Pick: Artificial intelligence for part quoting services
Xometry says this software can be used by any of the existing instant-quoting websites to add artificial intelligence to its capabilities. 
Editor’s Pick: Portable small industrial 3D scanner  
The company says this portable scanner delivers affordability and high precision to industrial scanning.