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As Seen In Automotive Design & Production

Component produced with the Carbon CLIP process. Reduced resin costs can result in higher production volumes for additive manufacturing.

Printing Production
There is clearly a growing interest in how the additive process can be further moved from limited production to, well, production.

Designing in VR with HP backpack-based system.

VR Goes Mobile
One of the issues related to virtual reality (VR) is that for all of its depth and richness, it tends to be somewhat restricted vis-à-vis physically interacting with it.

Optimizing energy consumption saves money and the environment. Plant Simulation in Tecnomatix, from Siemens PLM, can display 2D (top) and 3D (left) views of energy usage so that manufacturing engineers can analyze and optimize energy consumption.

Sustainable Manufacturing: There Are Apps for That
Software that supports sustainable manufacturing and environmentally conscious products help make going green somewhat easier.

Professional Workstations Are Still Important
With all the clamor about tablets and mobile phones, one could easily forget about workstations. Don’t. Nowadays, they’re even more primed for the heavy lifting in CAD.

Workstations: The Future is 64 Bits Wide
Waiting two extra minutes to load a model, make a design change, or display the view you want is frustrating. With the latest workstation technology, you'll have time to spare.

The Big Picture
HP is making it a whole lot easier to do high-tech, high-touch concurrent engineering. And more affordable, to boot.

Hewlett-Packard Gets Into the CNC Business
HP is a firm believer in open systems so far as its computers go. And given that a number of its customers happen to run factories, HP people have discovered that openness is a characteristic that is also desirable for CNC units. So they set about to build one.

Lessons Learned from Europe's SAP Users
By Martin Piszczalski, Management ConsultantSAP Ag, a German company that produces enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, is the world leader in client-server ERP systems with 39% of the world market.

The Internet, Java and the Auto Industry
By Stew BlockTo improve product quality and customer service, automakers recognize the need to forge flexible global supply chains.