Cadalyst Author

Jeffrey Rowe


Jeffrey Rowe is an electromechanical designer with more than 30 years' experience in design, engineering, and manufacturing. He is the principal consultant of his independent firm specializing in design, engineering, technical communication, education, and business development. Reach him at jrowe@cairowest.com.


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A Closer Look at 2007's Top Story   10 Jan, 2008
By: Jeffrey Rowe

Siemens' acquisition of UGS was last year's biggest MCAD news.

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MCAD Tech News (#229)   13 Dec, 2007
By: Jeffrey Rowe

The Events That Shaped MCAD in 2007: Acquisitions, new launches, and a changing of the guard are some of the events that kept the manufacturing design world buzzing this year.

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MCAD Tech News (#228)   6 Dec, 2007
By: Jeffrey Rowe

Digital Manufacturing's Growing PLM Role: A suite of software from Siemens PLM Software is designed to take on the tasks of manufacturing process management.

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Digital Manufacturing's Growing PLM Role   6 Dec, 2007
By: Jeffrey Rowe

A suite of software from Siemens PLM Software is designed to take on the tasks of manufacturing process management.

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NX 5, Part 2 (Cadalyst Labs Review)   1 Dec, 2007
By: Jeffrey Rowe

Enhancements in software architecture enable major improvements in assemblies, visualization, and drawings.

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Cadalyst Labs Review: NX 5, Part 2   1 Dec, 2007
By: Jeffrey Rowe

Enhancements in software architecture enable major improvements in assemblies, visualization, and drawings.

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MCAD Tech News (#227)   15 Nov, 2007
By: Jeffrey Rowe

MCAD Still Converging in the Middle: As the separation diminishes between high-end and mid-range software, the customer gets more functionality for less money.

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MCAD Still Converging in the Middle   15 Nov, 2007
By: Jeffrey Rowe

As the separation diminishes between high-end and mid-range software, the customer gets more functionality for less money.

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MCAD Tech News (#226)   8 Nov, 2007
By: Jeffrey Rowe

Analysis for the Masses with CAE 2.0: If the developers of SymLab and other CAE applications have their way, a lot more users will be performing analysis, doing it earlier in the design process, and paying less to do so.

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Analysis for the Masses with CAE 2.0   8 Nov, 2007
By: Jeffrey Rowe

If the developers of SymLab and other CAE applications have their way, a lot more users will be performing analysis, doing it earlier in the design process, and paying less to do so.

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