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CAD Manager 101   1 Mar, 2004

When I speak at user conferences, I'm often asked, "Exactly what should I do as CAD manager?" When I hear this question, it's obviously not about technology, but about the managerial aspect of the job. Though it may be clear that CAD managers must keep software and networks running, the...More>>

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13 More Express Tools   1 Mar, 2004

Continued coverage of Express Tools includes gems that assist with layout, dimensions, and selections.More>>

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How Today's Chips Stack Up   1 Mar, 2004

This roundup includes a variety of microprocessors, ranging from fairly standard 3.2GHz Pentium 4 processors to an Intel Pentium 4 Extreme Edition 3.2GHz processor. There are also several AMD64 processors-one of the new 148 chips and a couple of FX-51 chips.More>>

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NVIDIA Quadro FX 1100   1 Mar, 2004

NVIDIA's new Quadro FX 1100 midrange graphics card replaces the company's popular 980 XGL card and offers improved price/performance value. The Quadro FX 1100 targets graphics and engineering professionals in the CAD, digital content creation, and scientific visualization markets.More>>

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Table 1. Workstation Features   1 Mar, 2004

Table 1. Workstation FeaturesMore>>

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If the Use of Color in Large Format Technical Documents is So Valuable, Why Isn’t It Used More Often?   27 Feb, 2004

Users of CAD, GIS, and similar software can reap greater value by producing large-format technical documents in color.More>>

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Cadalyst MCAD Tech News #115: NDES 2004   26 Feb, 2004

A roundup of MCAD news from NDES 2004More>>

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How Effective CAD Standards Deliver Profits   26 Feb, 2004

How CAD standards can increase revenues, decrease costs, maximize the return on company assets, and create working capital?More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter #101 (February 26, 2004)   26 Feb, 2004

More trends to watch in 2004: Neutral formats, built-in document management, tight pursestringsMore>>

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Autodesk previews Architectural Desktop 2005, Building Services 2005   22 Feb, 2004

Autodesk's upcoming architectural releases pay attention to the details.More>>