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Design Spotlight: CAD with an Ocean View   1 Jun, 2001

Michael Wike, AIA, has learned to make his CAD software of choice, Chief Architect, adapt to his design style.More>>

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Flying Through Space   1 Jun, 2001

Unlike 2D work in which you invariably look straight down on the World Coordinate System's xy plane, you use a variety of viewing directions when you construct 3D models.More>>

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Meet the manager: HOK's corporate CAD director   1 May, 2001

Mario Guttman discusses how HOK manages CADMore>>

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LT On-line: Lesson 14   1 May, 2001

More command-first editingMore>>

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Rotate AutoCAD's UCS   1 May, 2001

Placing dimensions with text facing left to rightMore>>

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Pros and cons of major RP technologies   1 May, 2001

Sidebar to May 2001 Rapid Prototyping articleMore>>

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Common steps to make an SLA model   1 May, 2001

A summary of how the SLA process produces a rapid prototyping modelMore>>

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Rapid Prototyping Cuts Time to Market   1 May, 2001

Rapid prototyping is an automated process that quickly builds physical prototypes from 3D CAD files composed of surface quilts or solid models.More>>

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Surfaces and Solids   1 Apr, 2001

Although most people concentrate on Mechanical Desktop's parametric solid-modeling tools, the program also has a decent set of surface-modeling tools that can make smoothly curved shapes.More>>

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3D architectural modeling falls short of promise   1 Apr, 2001

Architectural CAD software developers seem to concentrate most of their development effort on 3D modeling these days. New architectural CAD software revolves around the premise that architects and building services engineers want to construct a 3D model and render it. While...More>>