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NX Design

NX Render Blog Series: The Visualization Process for Heavy Equipment - Part Five

Introduction We’re back with the fifth and final stage of the visualization process in the...
Xpedition Enterprise Blog

TLA winner for Industrial Control, Instrumentation, & Medical

This is part of a series of blogs showcasing the winning designs from the 28th...
Opcenter

Opcenter - Innovation you can trust

Tobias Lange, Vice President for Manufacturing Operations Management R&D, breaks down these questions and provides valuable insight in our new video....
Thought Leadership

On-demand webinar: Advanced machine engineering — implementing virtual commissioning to boost productivity and innovation.

Advanced machine engineering (AME) enables companies to develop complex machines faster. This innovation helps to...
Xcelerator

Manufacturers are embracing complexity, not fighting it

Products continue to increase in complexity, get smarter, and become more connected. That’s why embracing...
Embedded Software

OFF-TOPIC: Photo books

As my main hobby is photography, I am, of course, in contact with many other...
Thought Leadership

Cooperative design for AM

Additive manufacturing (AM) may not be ready for high volume production, and no where near...
Verification Horizons

Part 10: The 2020 Wilson Research Group Functional Verification Study

IC/ASIC Language and Library Adoption Trends This blog is a continuation of a series of...
Simulating the Real World

Thermal Influence on Maximum Current Carrying Capacity

Superconductors aside, anything that conducts electricity will dissipate heat. The more current that flows, the more heat is dissipated, the hotter things will get. At some point a thermal limit is reached that imposes a maximum current carrying capacity constraint....