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  1. Not only can 3D printing be used to rapidly prototype designs in development, but it can also be used to create useful tools like jigs and fixtures. But creating a jig or fixture for an assembly line using additive manufacturing isn’t exactly the same as building a tool with subtractive manufacturing techniques. In fact, a number of factors unique to 3D printing can be leveraged to reduce the cost of creating fixtures, shorten their development time and make for a more productive workflow. In this white paper you will learn: What applications are best suited for 3D-printed jigs and fixtures The design basics associated with jig and fixture development The best practices for designing 3D-printed fixtures Request Free! View the full article
  2. 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
  3. Companies can go from start up to IPO in just a few years. Finding a business system that can keep up with this change should remain a top priority. Request Free! View the full article
  4. Given that reality, its important for engineers to perform design checks throughout the product development process. But, surprisingly, few product design teams routinely undertake design checks throughout the development process. One of the biggest factors contributing to this hesitancy to go through checks are several myths that design checks are complex, time consuming and expensive. However, these myths are being dispelled as new tools are making design checks more manageable. In this white paper you will learn about: The biggest myths that influence design check hesitancy Why its critical to verify a design before a layout is compete How Hyperlynx DRC can help reduce design problem whether a project is ruled by a high speed design paradigm or a low-frequency design schedule. Request Free! View the full article
  5. In essence, every PCB design is a complex puzzle that requires a designer to incorporate critical components and tight schematics into a piece of technology that is governed by rules, constraints and industry standards. So, it stands to reason that PCB designers should develop habits that make their jobs easier. But what are the habits that can make PCB design simpler and more effective. Mentor Graphics has compiled a list of the seven habits that are most common among successful PCB design teams, and they speak to all PCB engineers, whether you and your team are novices, or old hands. In this white paper you will learn about: The seven common habits that highly effective PCB designers employ. How you can integrate these habits into your PCB design strategy. What results you can hope to see from improving your PDB design habits. Request Free! View the full article
  6. As the physical and digital realms converge, engineers must develop a plan for how to successfully adjust to this transition. “Bridging the Gap in Digital Product Design” goes into detail about this digital transformation, and how your company can adapt. This 12-page whitepaper covers the following topics: The increasing rate of the digital transformation The challenges of going digital Managing a digital transition Data and security Hiring and training Request Free! View the full article
  7. In this white paper, “Best Practices for Designing Smart, Connected Products and Driving Business Outcomes” you’ll discover: Five critical smart product design challenges How product designers manage complex trade-offs between size, weight, energy efficiency and/or thermal buildup, which are a function of adding electronic components for increased functionality Seven digital engineering applications that are crucial to designing successful smart products Engineering simulation has emerged as a critical capability that separates the leaders from the followers in the fast-paced, highly competitive world of smart product design. Simulation is key to visualizing every aspect of performance, understanding the relevant design trade-offs, and arriving at design decisions that marry innovation with cost control, reliability and reduced time to market. Request Free! View the full article
  8. The very firmware and hardware that is enabling widespread connectivity is also being exploited for nefarious ends. In fact, in the recent past, no fewer than six major IoT vulnerabilities were discovered in consumer electronics by white hat hackers looking to publicly expose the vulnerabilities of these products. These cases highlight that the complexity inherent within these electronics prevents a design team’s ability to ensure that a product is 100 percent safe from malicious actors. However, it is necessary that designers do their due diligence to reduce the chance of edge IoT hacking. In this white paper you will learn: What type of vulnerabilities are being exploited in edge IoT hardware. How malicious actors are using these vulnerabilities. What type of test plans your team can develop to make your IoT edge devices safer for your customers. Request Free! View the full article
  9. Of the many types of intelligent sensors on the market, microelectromechanical system (MEMS) sensors may be the most interesting as they have a wide footprint in the intelligent sensor market and command an industry that exceeded $11 billion in sales in 2016. In fact, the MEMS smart sensor market looks as if it has the potential to grow even further as it expands into the rapidly blooming consumer electronics market. But how does a company tap into the potential afforded by MEMS sensors, and are there strategies for developing MEMS smart sensor-enabled products? In this white paper you will learn: The history of the development of the MEMS smart sensor market Why smart sensors, and in particular, MEMS sensors are critical in modern product design. What design flows and strategies work best for the development of MEMS-enabled products and services. Request Free! View the full article
  10. It serves the field of design and application of fluid power systems, components and materials. This includes industries designing for original equipment, or in manufacturing or maintenance. Every issue reaches a number of fluid power design and in-plant engineers as well as distributors of all types of components, both hydraulic and pneumatic. Editorial coverage includes information on systems design, advanced componentry, material selection and maintenance. Request Free! View the full article
  11. Innovations in shipping supplies make for stronger packages — and lower costs. See the latest products and technologies every shipping manager should know about, from Dave Fromm of Staples Business Advantage’s Industrial Shipping Supplies Group, including: Stretch wrap Strapping Tape Let Staples Business Advantage experts determine the best solutions for your needs. Request Free! View the full article
  12. In this whitepaper, you’ll discover:The three major forces urgently compelling industry to address sustainability and energy efficiency. How industry leaders are turning those forces into opportunities for value creation. The five, key engineering applications the aerospace industry leverages to deliver significant breakthroughs in aircraft fuel efficiency, and how these applications are relevant across industry sectors. Request Free! View the full article
  13. The Essentials of Engineering – 2018 Edition brings together the latest information, coverage of important developments, and expert commentary to help with your Engineering related decisions. The following kit contents will help you get the most out of your Engineering research: Request Free! View the full article
  14. Learn how function blocks can be used to supplement ladder logic or any number of IEC 61131 programming languages. This special report also takes a look at the future of automation and its effect on programming. A controller platform option and a real world application is also presented. Request Free! View the full article
  15. Our analysis focused on their level of satisfaction with their CAD systems across several dimensions of performance. This research report is designed to help product development teams benchmark their CAD experience relative to other teams. Here are a few selected insights that we gleaned from the survey data: While 88% of respondents said that it was important to standardize on a single CAD system, less than half of them reported doing so. Users reported dissatisfaction with many aspects of their CAD software, especially cost and ease of use. Reports of dissatisfaction correlated strongly and negatively with success in achieving on-time product launches and minimizing product development costs. The data supporting these findings are presented in charts and graphics in this 27-page report. Request Free! View the full article
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