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Shatter Multimaterial Barriers

A meshed model showcases how a unit cell can deliver different material properties for metal 3D printing. Image courtesy of TNO via COMSOL.

New multimaterial 3D printing capabilities usher in more realism to prototypes while advancing the freedom to design and manufacture innovative products.

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Future of Making Things

A ship’s propeller created for the project using the new ‘hybrid manufacturing’ technique.

Port of Rotterdam’s RAMLAB and Autodesk pioneer ‘on-demand’ additive manufacturing for ship repair, providing a glimpse into the future of making things.

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Design Thinking Savvy

Design Thinking

Design thinking, from a business perspective, must mirror how product development teams work, experts say.

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Digital-Era Design Demands Modern Workflows

Digital Engineering surveyed its audience of design engineers on behalf of Autodesk to gauge what kind of progress is underway to transform workflows and modernize existing tool sets. The majority of organizations have made significant strides advancing their design processes with simulation-driven design, visualization and CAM practices, however, there is still work to be done to promote and make these modern tools and workflows accessible to a wider audience.

Digital Engineering surveyed its audience of design engineers on behalf of Autodesk to gauge what kind of progress is underway to transform workflows and modernize existing tool sets. The majority of organizations have made significant strides advancing their design processes with simulation-driven design, visualization and CAM practices, however, there is still work to be done to promote and make these modern tools and workflows accessible to a wider audience.

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