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First Look: Samsung SyncMaster 243T   1 Oct, 2004

Samsung recently introduced the SyncMaster 243T, a 24" LCD monitor ideal for applications such as CAD/CAM, desktop publishing, and content creation. In addition to the sizable screen area, the display offers dual analog and digital inputs and pivot technology that allows portrait and landscape...More>>

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CAD Manager: Primer on Project Archives   1 Oct, 2004

Backup systems are simply a tool by which a system server can be restored to where it was prior to a catastrophic failure such as a disk crash or a natural disaster.More>>

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MCAD Modeling Methods: Mechanical CAD Today   1 Oct, 2004

I did check in with many mechanical CAD developers, and all report double-digit percentage increases in sales from this time last year.More>>

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CAD Manager: Primer on Project Archives   1 Oct, 2004

Backup systems are simply a tool by which a system server can be restored to where it was prior to a catastrophic failure such as a disk crash or a natural disaster.More>>

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Take the Graphics Card Express   1 Oct, 2004

It 's transition time! The introduction of PCI Express graphics cards and the systems that accommodate them has produced a wave of new technology, the breadth of which I've not seen for quite some time.More>>

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First Look: Samsung SyncMaster 243T   1 Oct, 2004

Samsung recently introduced the SyncMaster 243T, a 24" LCD monitor ideal for applications such as CAD/CAM, desktop publishing, and content creation. In addition to the sizable screen area, the display offers dual analog and digital inputs and pivot technology that allows portrait and landscape...More>>

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Editor's Window   1 Oct, 2004

AS PROMISED, THIS MONTH we'll consider the state of engineering drawings today. Several of you who wrote in response to my recent musings about the dearth of CAD jobs (August, p. 6) remarked that the quality of drawings today is not what it used to be.More>>

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CAD Manager: Primer on Project Archives   1 Oct, 2004

Backup systems are simply a tool by which a system server can be restored to where it was prior to a catastrophic failure such as a disk crash or a natural disaster.More>>

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Google Now Reads within DWG Documents   28 Sep, 2004

Blog reports on recent new function.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter # 115 (September 23, 2004)   23 Sep, 2004

Document Management (EDM) Series, Part IIIMore>>