Digital Engineering April 2023
In the April issue of Digital Engineering, we focus on additive manufacturing, including support-free printing, multi-material applications, and designing for additive.
April 4, 2023
Inside This Issue:
Changing the Shape of Things to Come
Progress in 3D printing and additive manufacturing opens the door to greater applications of design-oriented tools.
Multimaterial Printing Gaining Ground
Material data is the key ingredient in multimaterial part performance simulation.
The Support-Free 3D Printing Balancing Act
Despite the upside to support-free 3D printing, supports should be considered as just another tool in the toolbox to optimize certain parts and applications.
Fine-Tuning the Hybrid Workforce
How to find the computational balance in a work-from-anywhere strategy.
How to Optimize Manufacturing Capacity
Use of virtual manufacturing networks has potential to lead to greater agility and resilience in the long run.
Replicating Nuclear Energy Operations in Digital Twins
Nuclear power plants adopt digital twins for components and systems.
Formnext Accepting Entries for Start-up Challenge
Applications are now being invited from companies no more than 5 years old, by July 14, 2023.
IBM Kicks Off $100m Partnership for Quantum Supercomputing
IBM announced a 10-year, $100 million initiative with the University of Tokyo and the University of Chicago to build a quantum-centric...
ORIGIN PC New EON Laptops Available
Professionals have complete access to the tools, resources and computing strength necessary to get the job done with the new...
Sigmetrix Unveils CETOL 6σ v11.4.0
As with prior releases, CETOL 6σ v11.4.0 is available in English, Japanese and Simplified Chinese.
Editor’s Pick: Powerful CAD in the cloud
Creo+ is the Cloud-based version of the company’s flagship mechanical CAD...
Editor’s Pick: Fast resin 3D printing
Nexa3D XiP Pro 3D printer is a new model in the...
Editor’s Pick: Additive Manufacturing Process Management
Stratasys GrabCAD Print Pro is software for managing 3D printing processes.
Editor’s Pick: Advanced Composite Additive Manufacturing
Impossible Objects CBAM 25 uses high-performance composite materials.