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SolidWorks add-in for Nano Dimension means faster 3D printed circuit boards

Published 05 February 2018

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: solidworks, prototype, design, 3d printing, manufacturing, product design, materials, additive manufacturing

3D printed circuitboards are now a direct step from SolidWorks

A SolidWorks add-in for Nano Dimension’s DragonFly 2020 3D printer should eliminate time-consuming processes, increase design possibilities and ultimately result in the development of more capable products says the additive manufacturing company.

The add-in combines conductive and insulating materials in a single 3D print to make complex geometric structures with embedded electronics, encapsulated sensors and antennas.

“By 3D printing electronics, designers can obtain faster prototypes and work on PCBs in 3D, not just 2D,” said Suchit Jain, VP strategy & business development, SolidWorks, suggesting the process is now as simple as the ‘push of a button’. “We are proud to be partnering with an industry innovator like Nano Dimension.”

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HP launches VR toolkit for Unreal and offers VR workstations for a monthly fee

Published 05 February 2018

Posted by Greg Corke

Article tagged with: hp, workstations, vr, unreal engine, mixed reality

HP is ramping up its focus on enterprise VR, introducing a special toolkit to help designers bring their 3D models into Unreal Engine and extending its Device as a Service (DaaS) offering to include enterprise VR hardware. The company has also launched a Professional Edition of the HP Windows Mixed Reality Headset.

The HP VR Launch Kit for Unreal Engine is primarily designed to help HP customers in product design and architecture get 3D content out of CAD and into an authored VR experience ‘more quickly and more seamlessly’. It’s the result of an ‘exclusive partnership’ with Epic Games, who develops the 3D game and VR experience creation tool.

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HP offers Intel Core X, brings down cost of multi core HP Z4 Workstation

Published 05 February 2018

Posted by Greg Corke

Article tagged with: rendering, hp, workstation, vr, viz, core i9

HP has become the first major workstation manufacturer to offer the Intel Core X processor in a desktop workstation. Previously, the consumer-focused CPU, renowned for delivering a large number of cores at high clock speeds, was only available from specialist manufacturers like Scan and BOXX.

Intel Core X CPUs, which include the Core i7 X and Core i9 X, will be available in a special version of the HP Z4 Workstation, which launched last year. HP will continue to offer the original HP Z4 Workstation with Intel Xeon W-Series CPUs.

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Optis launches SolidWorks Lighting simulation tool

Published 05 February 2018

Posted by Al Dean

Article tagged with: simulation, design, optis, speos, lighting design, systems

It’s SolidWorks World in Los Angeles this week, so brace yourself for an onslaught of announcements from Dassault and its partners as things progress. One of the first out of the trap with their news was Optis.

Optis has had its Speos product on the market for a good number of years and it’s found homes in all manner of industries where the ability to simulate light and its interaction with materials to a highly accurate degree is critical.

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