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Editor’s Picks: April 7-13, 2022

One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.

One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.

Each week, DE’s editors comb through dozens of new product releases and use their combined years of engineering industry knowledge to choose a few products and services that they think will help engineers innovate by working smarter and more efficiently. 

One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week:

Kubotek3D Launches 4.0 Release of Software Products

Rocky 2022R1 Enables Industrial Scalability of Processes

Autodesk Revit 2023 Unveiled

Exact Metrology Debuts Next Generation of Artec Micro

Properly Dry 3D Printer Filaments

Printer Could Provide up to 70 Percent Speed Improvement

brandgroup Launches New 3D CAD Configurator

Find Out Latest Updates With Theorem-XR

Nexa3D Launches NXE 200 Industrial 3D Printer

Dell Product Launch Debuts Enhanced Workstations, More 

3D Printing Wear-Resistant Components With ESD Properties

More Autodesk Coverage

2D CAD Remains Popular for Mechanical Design 
Cost savings associated with 2D CAD software versus costs of 3D modeling keeps 2D CAD in the mix for smaller business and those with budget constraints.
DSI to sell CloudNC’s CAM Assist AI Software
 DSI, a large solution provider for Autodesk Fusion, will sell CloudNC’s CAM Assist,an AI solution for CNC machine programming, to North American precision CNC workshops.
Remembering Autodesk Co-Founder, Polymath and Programming Pioneer
He spent a lifetime tinkering, inventing and striving to make the world a more engaging, interesting place to discover.
Machine Learning APIs on the Horizon
Software makers explore ways to facilitate use of proprietary data in AI training.
Know Before You Simplify
Experts discuss the pros and cons of simplifying simulation models.
Autodesk Company Profile

More Dell Coverage

Artificial Intelligence for Design and Engineering Workflows
In this white paper, learn how artificial intelligence and machine learning can improve design and simulation.
Configuring a Workstation for SOLIDWORKS 2024
Learn how to select the right hardware for the latest release of SOLIDWORKS.
GPUs Drive HPC-Powered CAE and Machine Learning
JPR reports evolving CAE landscape
AI Drives Robotics and Automotive Configurators at CES 2024
NVIDIA delivers special address at the Consumer Electronics Show
HPC Performance on the Desktop: NVIDIA A800 40GB Active GPU
The new NVIDIA GPU provides powerful, double-precision capabilities for demanding engineering simulation workflows.
Tower of Power: Dell Debuts 96-core Professional Workstation
The Precision 7875 leverages NVIDIA RTX™ Ada-generation GPUs to support high-end simulation, visualization and AI workflows.
Dell Company Profile

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