Digital Engineering June 2024

In the June issue of Digital Engineering, learn about generative design applications and hardware requirements, what is new in AutoCAD 2025, simulation interoperability, digital twins, and hybrid manufacturing.

Inside This Issue:

Generative AI Enters Next Phase with Natural Language

It’s not about typing or shouting executable commands.

Generative Design Pushes Workstation Performance

The design process requires the right hardware to support higher data and simulation workloads.

Collaborative Simulation

Interoperability in simulation improves accuracy, reduces development times and fosters innovation. 

From CAD to Digital Twins to XR

Is a continuous digital thread possible or necessary?

CAM Meets AM to Enable Hybrid Manufacturing

Combining metal AM and CNC milling in a single hybrid system can give manufacturers a cost and flexibility advantage, but there are trade-offs.

Review: What’s New in AutoCAD 2025

Even more AI tools are added to the latest release of AutoCAD.

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Latest News

New & Noteworthy: Fast, Flexible and Scalable Simulation – In the Cloud
Ansys Access on Microsoft Azure enables seamless deployment of industry-leading simulation tools on a reliable, secure cloud platform infrastructure.

SPEE3D Announces US-Based Manufacturing Facility and Applications Center
New location enables SPEE3D to closely collaborate with customers locally, including the U.S. Department of Defense.

Divergent, Bugatti Partner for Design and Manufacturing of Tourbillon Structures
New partnership focuses on optimizing the hypercar's chassis and suspension, according to the companies.

AddWise Acquired by Vision Miner
This strategic move solidifies Vision Miner's position in the additive manufacturing industry, enhancing its in-house manufacturing capabilities.

Mears Machine Purchases Its Third Velo3D Metal 3D Printer
This strategic investment underscores Mears Machine’s commitment to adopting advanced manufacturing technologies, according to Velo3D.

Nikon SLM Solutions and Howco Metals Management Extend Partnership
Strategic advancements are focused on additive manufacturing for aerospace.

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