Composite simulation in the spotlight at JEC Boston 2014

Lux recently attended JEC America's Boston conference on design and engineering in the composites industry. This year's event focused on using composite simulation methods in a more active way in product development. Groups like Autodesk, ESI Group, and e-Xstream demonstrated simulation technolog...

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