December 19, 2022
The past several years have brought engineers new levels of power and functionality when it comes to professional-grade workstations.
Advanced GPUs from NVIDIA, AMD, and now Intel have provided an enormous boost to simulation and rendering applications, while multicore CPUs are advancing the capabilities of design tools.
In this Special Focus Issue, our writers and reviewers highlight the latest advancements in engineering workstations. We hope you enjoy the issue.
NVIDIA Teams with Microsoft, Google on Cloud AI and Metaverse
At the GTC conference this week, NVIDIA partnered with industry leaders to expand AI capabilities and Omniverse functionality.
Editor’s Picks: March 16-22, 2023
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Update: Stratasys Rejects Nano Dimension’s Acquisition Offer
Stratasys Board rejects Nano Dimension's acquisition offer, citing the desire to remain independent
Editor’s Pick: SimScale Joule Heating Simulation
SimScale says the new features allow engineers to explicitly define key Joule heating parameters, variables, and output key metrics.
Editor’s Pick: Simulation for additive manufacturing processes
Desktop Metal Live Suite extends the company’s Live Sinter simulation software.
Editor’s Pick: Faster Setup for EV Battery Simulation
Siemens Simcenter STAR-CCM+ 2302 streamlines workflow setup, processes new flow possibilities and much...
Editor’s Pick: Analyze models for 3D printing suitability
Protolabs Instant Manufacturability Analysis online service simplifies parts design process for 3D...
Editor’s Pick: Increasing Filament Print Reliability
UltiMaker S7 3D printer is a fused filament fabrication 3D printer which...