Entries for February 2018

Keep It Together—IronCAD Adds Tie/Glue for Simulation
FEA extension joins parts in assemblies, unlimited assembly size and more.
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High Functionality, Low-Price Technical Illustration: A Review of Canvas X 2018
Engineering.com reviews Canvas X 2018, a technical illustration software we find to be familiar and ...
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Touch Sensor Simulation, No Expertise Required
You don’t need a PhD to use Fieldscale SENSE.
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Crossing the Finish Line with a Digital Twin
Team Penske and Siemens team up to deliver race car performance.
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Interactive 3D Web Content Comes to 3ds Max
Verge3D enables interactive online 3D content in a standard web browser.
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OPTIS Updates Light Simulator SPEOS
OPTIS updates it SPEOS simulation engine to make automotive design more efficient.
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SOLIDWORKS 2019 Sneak Peek – Top Eight Features
Annual user meeting offers glimpse of the next release, and we were there!
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Elusive SOLIDWORKS in the Cloud Spotted in Los Angeles
SOLIDWORKS tantalizes with Xdesign but won't let it out until "market is ready"
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Can SOLIDWORKS Be the Amazon for Engineers?
Dassault Systèmes launches the 3DEXPERIENCE Marketplace
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Moldex3D Cloud Extension Gives HPC to Plastic Manufacturing Companies
Plastic molding simulation takes to the cloud and helps smaller businesses leverage HPC simulation p...
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First Look: ANSYS 19 is All-Encompassing
ANSYS 19 offers enhanced efficiency and boosted productivity in multiple domains.
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Inspire 2018 Release Focuses on the Core Additive Manufacturing Audience
Semi-solid lattices, overhang shape controls and new PolyNURBS functionality—Oh my!
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