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  1. View this on-demand webinar to learn where 3D printing is a best fit in your manufacturing operations such as:Machine set-up for line commissioning Manufacturing aids for fixturing, positioning and tooling Production line optimization for custom component add-ons and upgrades Presented by Daniel Leong. Request Free! View the full article
  2. By understanding both printing technologies and their unique advantages, you can maximize the utility of high strength 3D printing in your operation. Download the white paper to learn several ways you can leverage these complementary technologies to quickly improve your manufacturing processes. Request Free! View the full article
  3. If you want to learn about using simulation apps to improve student learning, then tune into this webinar with Ivana Milanovic from the University of Hartford. Simulation-based design and inquiry-based learning can be embedded in any science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) course to enhance the delivery of the material and help balance the time devoted to theory, problem solving, and skill development. Apps involve creating a simplified interface that contains the full efficacy of the underlying model without exposing the end user to its complexity. In this webinar, you will see how STEM courses can be modified to contain scaffolded and contextualized simulations with app building. These simulation apps help develop students’ technical competency and deeper understanding of physical concepts by solving realistic technological problems. Request Free! View the full article
  4. This will be especially true for software-enabled products in disposables as well as reusable devices. This white paper examines trends that will significantly impact the medical device industry in 2018 and offers tips on how medical device companies can respond to the trends in order to maintain a strong presence in the industry. Request Free! View the full article
  5. Industrial organizations are looking for innovative ways to drive analytics into the edge of their operations. Using edge intelligence, data-driven decisions can deliver immediate, contextualized outcomes, while overcoming the unavoidable constraints and difficulties of industrial environments and fully leveraging the cloud. ARC’s latest report, entitled “Growing Role of Edge Intelligence”, explores the hottest topics in edge to cloud intelligence for industrial operations, including: What and where is the “edge” Value of keeping data local An “edge-first” approach to industrial analytics and machine learning Four edge intelligence use cases The power of edge to cloud approaches Download the report and get expert recommendations on how industrial organizations can employ edge intelligence to drive operational decisions. Request Free! View the full article
  6. Volkswagen Autoeuropa faced a problem common to most mass producers of consumer goods: tooling, jigs and fixtures represented a large investment that was expensive to build, costly and time consuming to manage. By using Ultimaker 3D printers, Volkswagen Autoeuropa can now test solutions in house and purchasing costs were reduced by 91% when compared to working with external suppliers and implementation time was cut by 95%. Ergonomics and quality were also improved and the systems is also useful for prototypes, gauges and spare parts to support manufacturing processes. In this white paper, you will learn: How 3D printing reduces assembly tooling development time Where 3D printing improves ergonomics in manufacturing applications Major cost savings possible with 3D printed tooling How 3D printing also solves prototyping and spare parts issues Download the white paper to learn how Volkswagen Autoeuropa saved $375,000 in 2017. Request Free! View the full article
  7. Snow Business uses Ultimaker 3D printers in-house to prototype, test, and create final parts for snow machines operated in the film and TV industry. By incorporating 3D printing into their prototyping, testing, and part creation process, they’ve been able to cut back on costs while also saving valuable time to improve efficiency. Request Free! View the full article
  8. Honeybee Robotics is a design and engineering solutions firm known for contributions of critical planetary analysis technology to NASA's past three Mars missions. Their designs are "destined for work on Earth, Mars and beyond." Their work extends to other industries as well, leveraging hard-fought expertise in designing mechanisms, robots and robotics systems for work in challenging environments. Download the business case to learn how Ultimaker desktop 3D printers boosted their productivity. Request Free! View the full article
  9. Bringing electric vehicles (EVs) which are profitable, reliable and fit for everyday use to the market is still a challenge. While most correlations and phenomena in conventional, combustion engine-powered vehicles are well understood, the different system setup in EVs and new components, such as the battery, create new tasks for engineers to solve. In this webinar, Thomas Hofmann, Product Marketing Manager for SimulationX, a system simulation software proven in the automotive industry for many years, will address some of the most important challenges in developing and virtually testing EVs and how system simulation helps to solve them. Request Free! View the full article
  10. Traditional PLM solutions fail to integrate across an increasingly splintered software landscape, and businesses can’t or won’t spend the money to buy into enterprise software ecosystems. Organizations want to use best of breed software, but inevitably end up stringing their solution together with manual processes and clunky data manipulation. In this webinar, you’ll see how cloud PLM can help unite disparate best of breed software solutions, so users can leverage the tools they know while still achieving the enterprise governance they need. Request Free! View the full article
  11. This webinar covers the fundamentals of high voltage power including the benefits of modules as well as the differences between the different types of high voltage power supplies. Request Free! View the full article
  12. Choose incorrectly and you could find yourself facing development delays, increased costs and slow time to market. This guide highlights the key topics to address in order to determine your best product fit. Request Free! View the full article
  13. And customer demands are evolving at speeds never seen before. For companies serious about innovating at scale and transforming their business in order to dominate their market, it will take innovative thinking, disruptive technology and near flawless execution. This challenge, perhaps best described as the perfect blend of art and science, is more than achievable, but only if you have the right partner. Which is why we want you to meet Leonardo, by SAP. SAP Leonardo is a digital innovation system that enables organizations of all sizes to transform at scale with minimal risk and disruption. SAP Leonardo brings new technologies and services together to help businesses power their digital transformation. Request Free! View the full article
  14. We’re in a major component shortage. The electronics industry is currently experiencing the most extreme component scarcity in over a decade. Lead times on passive components have drastically increased as a result, with some suppliers quoting as far out as mid-next year. The shortage and its impact is so widespread that the Electronic Components Supply Network (ECSN) is urging electronics buyers to “review their outlook on lead times for components amid surging global demand and reports of allocation risks on certain products.” This is a long-term sourcing challenge that industry analysts see lasting beyond the new year. Many organizations have responded to the supply deficit by double- and triple-ordering components, but this has only aggravated the problem further. Suppliers are starting to allocate their inventory, resulting in massive lead times and increased prices. Find out how electronics manufacturers are mitigating risks and planning ahead for component shortages. Request Free! View the full article
  15. Readers are design engineers, R&D, and IS/IT managers in the communications systems/equipment, consumer electronics, cellular and internet industries. WDD is published 6 times a year (February, April, June, August, October and December) and is available in print or digital format. Request Free! View the full article
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