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Jess Lulka is a former associate editor for Digital Engineering. Contact her via de-editors@digitaleng.news.

Siemens PLM Software Focuses on Integration

Siemens PLM Software CEO Tony Hemmelgarn takes the stage at Siemens PLM Connection 2018 to talk digitalization and integration. Image courtesy of Jess Lulka.

Company uses Siemens PLM Connections conference to explain how it’s stitching together solutions from recent acquisitions into an effective digital thread.

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A New Way to Manufacture

To accelerate digital manufacturing, online portals are based off of CAD models, which users can update according to instant feedback. Image courtesy of Stratasys Direct Manufacturing.

Online portals are quickly becoming the industry standard for parts. Here's a look at the benefits and when to bring in specialists.

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Composite Customization

A composite bike frame strut that broke in an accident. Composite materials combine light weight with strength, but designing them for optimum stress resistance can be a challenge. Image courtesy of Bertram Stier/Collier Research.

Collier Research uses bikes to demonstrate HyperSizer’s capabilities for composite optimization and design.

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Large-Format Printing Gets an Upgrade

Epson’s SureColor T-Series printers are available in both single- and dual-roll configurations. Image courtesy of Epson America.

Industry providers are finding new ways to help businesses integrate large-format printing technology into their engineering workflow.

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A New Look at Testing

Product design and testing providers, such as Altair ProductDesign, can provide new technological and hardware resources for engineers. Image courtesy of Altair.

Service providers offer some tips and tricks on how to pair the design and test workflow.

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Monitors Are Looking Good

Microsoft Surface Hub

Engineers can use large displays with increased resolution and touchscreen capabilities to improve how they interact with their designs.

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A New Virtual Reality

With NVIDIA Iray, the company was able to develop a sense of scale and lighting dynamics for its new corporate campus. Image courtesy of NVIDIA.

Virtual and augmented reality could help engineers address prototyping and digital twin testing challenges.

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