Case study: High potential for emerging software tools in automotive design, but adoption lags

In our recent report "Design and Manufacturing in Advanced Materials: A Taxonomy," Lux highlighted three key questions that material and part producers face as a result of continually rising demands for high performance at low cost (see the May 3, 2015 LRMJ):

  • How do you design products th...

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