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5 Dynamite Displays   1 Sep, 2003

To paraphrase the old saying, ?The more things change, the more they stay the same,? the theme of this month?s roundup of big monitors for CAD is ?The more things change, the more they become like one another.?More>>

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First Looks: AutoLib Detail Library Manager   1 Sep, 2003

A fantastic feature of AutoCAD drawings is that you can reuse them over and over. If you draw a detail, you can use the same detail for future projects.More>>

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Workmodes and Other Hidden Treasures   1 Sep, 2003

Today our design and engineering projects are increasing in complexity; they usually involve the consumption and delivery of hybrid project content.More>>

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mobile computing goes afield   1 Sep, 2003

Software options help wireless workers stay connected.More>>

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mobile computing goes afield   1 Sep, 2003

Software options help wireless workers stay connected.More>>

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P225fb   1 Sep, 2003

The P225fb is a 22" CRT monitor based on an FD aperture-grille Trinitron tube with a 0.24mm dot pitch and a 20" diagonal viewing area.More>>

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P1130 CRT   1 Sep, 2003

One of two monitors in this roundup to earn a five-star rating, the 21" HP P1130 features FD Trinitron technology, offers a 19.8" viewable area, and produces resolutions up to 2048×1536 at 75Hz refresh rate in true color.More>>

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P1750   1 Sep, 2003

The Cornerstone P1750 monitor is one of two monitors in this roundup to receive a five-star rating.More>>

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It's Magic   1 Aug, 2003

You can create trueSpace 3D objects directly in basic geometric shapes, which are referred to as primitives, rather than by revolving or extruding wire profile objects.More>>

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Unigraphics NX -- 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>>