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AutoCAD Mechanical 2004   1 Sep, 2003

By now, everybody who designs mechanical products for a living has switched to 3D because 2D is dead, right? Hardly.More>>

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Documenting Your Design: Parts List and Balloons   1 Sep, 2003

In this column, Wymer covers how to define a parts list, customize its output, and balloon your assembly components.More>>

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Evolve to 3D   1 Sep, 2003

White outlines a four-step process for Solid Edge users that allows them to move to 3D at a comfortable pace.More>>

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Understanding the CommandManager   1 Sep, 2003

New to SolidWorks 2004, the CommandManager gives you the power to minimize screen icons, simplify work processes, minimize mouse clicks, and more.More>>

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First Looks: NVIDIA FX 500   1 Sep, 2003

NVIDIA has a diverse range of sophisticated graphics cards for workstations.More>>

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Bug Watch: September 2003   1 Sep, 2003

As reported September 1, 2003More>>

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When a Line Is Not Just a Line   1 Sep, 2003

What makes a CAD drawing special?More>>

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Trying to Follow Those Standards!   1 Sep, 2003

Allen helps you take advantage of the simple, effective features of the CAD Standards tool in AutoCAD 2004.More>>

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Convert 3D Polylines to 2D   1 Sep, 2003

AutoLISP Solutions: See how Visual LISP can cut down your coding in this routine that converts 3D polylines to 2D polylines.More>>

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P275, 6652-U3N   1 Sep, 2003

The IBM P275 monitor is an attractive black 21" display with a 19.8" viewing area.More>>