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Gigabot X Prints from Waste Plastics
A team from Michigan Tech has demonstrated the financial viability of printing large items from scrap plastic.
DE News Roundup April 19, 2019: Technology to help rebuild the Notre-Dame, AU calls for papers, more
Design software maker and game publisher pledge to help rebuild the Notre-Dame, Siemens release new robotic simulation software, AU calls for paper
Editor’s Picks: April 11-17, 2019
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
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Designing for Aerospace
The articles compiled for this special digital issue focus on how one of the most heavily regulated industries continues to innovate with new technologies and advanced engineering practices.
Saint Thomas Academy’s Experimental Vehicle Team Earns Four Awards in NASA Competition
The EV team places first among U.S. high schools; team beat all but two university teams before falling in tiebreaker to European Space Consortium for high school students.
Keysight Technologies’ V2X Test Solution Earns OmniAir Certification
Certification ensures vehicular communication devices and associated software pass global industry requirements for interoperability and compliance.
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Designing for Medical Devices & Healthcare
In this Special Digital Issue, we compile some of DE’s coverage of the many ways that design engineers are working with the medical sector and healthcare providers to integrate the two specialties in ways that benefit society as a...
Lubrizol to Showcase Renewable-Sourced Estane 3D ECO TPU for 3D Printing at RAPID + TCT 2019
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Design & Simulation Software Review Round Up
We’ve compiled some of our most popular design and simulation software reviews in this issue to give you an over-view of new features and how the software works.
Simcenter Amesim Announces Major Simulation Upgrades for Automotive, Aerospace and Marine Industries
By extending Modelica support and integration with other Simcenter solutions, Simcenter Amesim helps users to set up a toolchain throughout the development cycle.
CATIA CAD System Used for 3D Printing Components for European Aircraft Project
For the first time, components can be printed directly from the CATIA V5 CAD system, according to CENIT.
Dassault Systemes, Ubisoft Pledge to Help Rebuild Notre-Dame
3DEXPERIENCE software maker and game publisher Ubisoft offer resources, technology for reconstruction
HP Focuses on Security in new ZBook Mobile Workstations and EliteBook 800 Series
Company says HP Sure Sense uses deep learning AI to enable real-time malware protection.
Sintratec donates Sintratec Kit to Southern Union’s Additive Manufacturing Program
Sintratec’s partnership with Southern Union aids the college’s intent to offer coursework in advanced manufacturing with the focus on Additive Machine Repair beginning in the fall semester of this year, according to Sintratec and the university.
Next-generation 3D Printer Reinvents Stereolithography
Formlabs introduces Form 3 and Form 3L, featuring low-force stereolithography.



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Gigabot X Prints from Waste Plastics
A team from Michigan Tech has demonstrated the financial viability of printing large items...

DE News Roundup April 19, 2019: Technology to help rebuild the Notre-Dame, AU calls for papers, more
Design software maker and game publisher pledge to help rebuild the Notre-Dame, Siemens release...

Editor’s Picks: April 11-17, 2019
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of...

Saint Thomas Academy’s Experimental Vehicle Team Earns Four Awards in NASA Competition
The EV team places first among U.S. high schools; team beat all but...

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