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Prep 3D Print Files and Connect 3D Printers

Version 3.0 of Ultimaker's 3D print preparation software introduces integration plug-ins for major CAD systems and a new user interface with recommended settings for organizing 3D print jobs quickly. Image courtesy of Ultimaker.

With a new version of its 3D print preparation software and new firmware to connect an array of its 3D printers, Ultimaker makes things interesting.

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Making the Case for Building an AM Team

“Making the Case for Building an AM Team” argues that a multidisciplinary team of experts made up of engineers partnered with the right vendor is key to maximizing the potential and benefits of metal additive manufacturing technology.

Metal additive manufacturing isn't just another 3D printing process. Here's what you need to know to integrate metal additive manufacturing into your workflow successfully.

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Simcenter 3D Sees Big New Release

Simcenter 3D v12 provides generative design workflows supporting integrated topology optimization and convergent modeling for efficient design and simulation. Image courtesy of Siemens PLM Software.

New edition of the Simcenter 3D multidisciplinary CAE environment sees new integrations with more CAE tools as well as enhancements and improved workflows across multiple disciplines.

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Benchmark an ANSYS Model for Free

ANSYS, some of its HPC solution partners and Intel have teamed up to enable you to have one of your ANSYS models benchmarked for free, providing you the ability to determine whether a cloud-based or in-house HPC solution can improve your productivity. Image courtesy of ANSYS Inc.

Forget about wondering if your simulations will perform better on an HPC system than on your workstation. Now you can know for sure.

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Increasing Your ANSYS Simulation Throughput

NVIDIA and ANSYS have collaborated to create a compute-accelerated environment for high-end ANSYS fluid, structural and electronics applications. ANSYS' new Discovery Live application, shown here, leverages NVIDIA technologies to provide an interactive design exploration tool for designers. Image courtesy of ANSYS Inc.

New graphics hardware and software technologies bring analysts greater speed and computational horsepower while opening analysis to more engineers.

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