Digital Engineering May 2024

In the May issue of Digital Engineering, learn about design for motorsports (including Formula 1), along with hybrid parts, 3D printing certifications, and workstations for AI workflows.

Inside This Issue:

Formula 1 By Design

Engineering the pinnacle of motorsport racing through simulation.

CAD Users Embrace Hybrid Modeling

Subdivision modeling gaining ground in production phase surface modeling.

View a Live XR Broadcast in Apple Vision Pro?

XR, VR apps emerge to augment live events.

Clicking Parts Certification into the AM Puzzle

Validation and certification of 3D printed parts is getting easier as standards efforts mature and process monitoring capabilities take aim at consistent quality.

AI in Design: In Need of New Hardware

New hardware options are emerging to support artificial intelligence use cases. 

Review: Another Winner Delivered - Velocity Micro ProMagix HD80

 

The new Velocity Micro ProMagix HD80 workstation sets performance records.

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New EOS Metal Additive Manufacturing System Launches
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Altair and KITECH Collaborate to Build Digital Cloud Platforms
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Manitou Manufacturing Debuts CADENAS Online Configurator
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Supermicro Introduces Plug-and-Play AI SuperClusters
The rack-scale superclusters are made for NVIDIA Blackwell and NVIDIA HGX H100/H200.

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