November 18, 2022
The aviation and aerospace market is one of the most innovative when it comes to advanced engineering, driven by the need for lightweighting and stringent safety requirements.
In this Special Focus Issue of Digital Engineering, we take a look at some of the design and engineering technology that is helping these companies reach their goals when it comes to innovation. That includes an increased reliance on simulation, the use of additive manufacturing for creating prototypes and end-use parts, and even solutions for designing and manufacturing parts in space.
Collaboration Enables Real-Time 3D Print Process Monitoring
Sigma Additive, Materialise integrate PrintRite3D and Materialise Process Control offerings.
3D Systems, TE Connectivity Partner on Printed Electrical Connectors
New workflow will allow production of end-use parts in weeks versus months.
Companies Struggle to Get 3D Printing Right
Materialise survey finds challenges hamper AM adoption, but organizations see the value, committed to expanding usage over time.
Optomec Releases Software for Production 3D Printed Electronics
Software enables fully automated process sequencing for advanced 3D semiconductor packaging.
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...