MAY 2018

Our Flagship Workstation

The best price/performance workstation ever tested by DE magazine! Accelerate 3D CAD, design, and VFX applications with APEXX S3, the world’s fastest workstation, configurable with an 8th gen, six-core Intel® Core™ i7 professionally overclocked to 4.8GHz and support for three professional GPUs.

The all new BOXX APEXX S-class workstation is driven by the world’s fastest professionally overclocked Intel® processors, housed in our newly designed mid-size chassis. Our advanced liquid cooling design gives you cool, quiet operation while maintaining safe, stable performance with speeds currently up to 4.8GHz. And, depending on configuration options, the S-class series supports up to 3 professional GPUs, and it leaves room for massive internal storage potential.

Our Ultimate Mobile Workstation

With a desktop-class Intel® Core™ i7, NVIDIA® GeForce™, and full HD display, take GoBOXX MXL VR anywhere for immersive VR experiences on-the-go and never sacrifice desktop workstation performance.

Capable of handling complex 3D assets for mobile VR development and deployment, GoBOXX MXL VR is ideal for game developers, VFX artists, engineers, and architects ready to dive into virtual reality. Featuring a desktop-class 8th Gen Intel® Core™ i7 processor, high-end NVIDIA® GeForce™ graphics, and up to 64GB of memory, GoBOXX MXL VRdelivers real horsepower for demanding, immersive, virtual reality experiences.

Our Ultra-Compact Workstation

Create faster than ever in 3ds Max, Revit, AutoCAD, and more with the ultra-compact APEXX A1 featuring an AMD Ryzen™ PRO (up to eight cores) and an NVIDIA® Quadro™ or AMD® RadeonPro™ GPU.

The APEXX A-Class is powered by AMD 2nd Gen Ryzen™ desktop processors and available in a compact workstation chassis ideal for a variety of professional workflows.

Learn the techniques you need to achieve plastic part perfection!

This 60-minute technical SOLIDWORKS World presentation from Senior Product Portfolio Manager Lotfi Derbal will teach you how to use SOLIDWORKS® Plastics simulation to optimize your plastics part and injection-molded designs.

Watch the video to learn:

  • How to use SOLIDWORKS Plastics in Mold Inserts using Conformal meshing.
  • The multi-material injection process and understand its use and conception challenges.
  • How to minimize fill pattern imbalances occurring in multi-cavity molds (BEAUMONT Effect).
  • Ways to observe and understand the behavior of birefringent materials and how to use the appropriate mesh for your application.
  • Best ways to use SOLIDWORKS Plastics for real-world correlation.

WATCH THE PRESENTATION and learn the skills to optimize your plastic part designs for manufacturing.


Sam Kaminski

Application Engineer

Sam has been working at DP Technology since May of 2017. He is originally from Ohio, but he moved to California in 2015. In 2014, he graduated from Case Western Reserve University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He enjoys any form of physical activity, especially basketball, hiking, yoga, and lifting weights.

In this tip video we will demonstrate how to use solid propagation and grouping properties to ease feature Creation. These techniques will provide easier and more intuitive sub-element selection, which can be used to create or modify various features.