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Embracing Different Views   1 Aug, 2003

No need to meticulously draw orthographic projects or cross-sections of your design. Wymer shows you how to extract them directly from your 3D model.More>>

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Working with Sheet Metal Parts in Solid Edge   1 Aug, 2003

White takes you through the sheet-metal construction features, from base features to part properties, to flattening.More>>

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Document Types, File Types, and User Types   1 Aug, 2003

Jankowski reviews the different options SolidWorks has for file type choice as well as file naming and the standards that help users work productively.More>>

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simulation speeds product design   1 Aug, 2003

Full-body analysis of assemblies promises a competitive edge.More>>

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Share your vision?CAD visualization tools   1 Aug, 2003

Helping you take an image from your mind?s eye and expressing it for others to see is one of the most powerful achievements of modern computer systems and visualization software.More>>

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Unigraphics NX 2?Hard to beat   1 Aug, 2003

Unigraphics NX 2, which is slated for release in the third quarter of 2003, represents both the continued development of Unigraphics and the next step in the integration of EDS' Unigraphics and I-deas CAD/CAE/CAM suites.More>>

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Upgrade dilemma:Are you ready for the march to AutoCAD 2004?   1 Aug, 2003

It's AutoCAD upgrade time again, and whether you're laboring at Autodesk or at a company that uses AutoCAD, never have the prospects, potential, and pitfalls been more difficult to discern. Companies don't want to spend money on technology, but worry about falling too far behind, especially with...More>>

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Bug Watch: August 2003   1 Aug, 2003

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The Return of the Express Tools! (Who Says Dreams Don't Come True?)   1 Aug, 2003

Allen celebrates the return of the awesome Express Tools in AutoCAD 2004.More>>

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Upgrade dilemma:Are you ready for the march to AutoCAD 2004?   1 Aug, 2003

It's AutoCAD upgrade time again, and whether you're laboring at Autodesk or at a company that uses AutoCAD, never have the prospects, potential, and pitfalls been more difficult to discern. Companies don't want to spend money on technology, but worry about falling too far behind, especially with...More>>