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You Break Me Up!   15 Oct, 2004

AutoCAD's Break command removes precise portions of lines, arcs, and circles.More>>

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Hot Tip Harry   15 Oct, 2004

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CAD Manager's Newsletter #116 (October 14, 2004)   14 Oct, 2004

Controlling CAD Files, Part IVMore>>

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Tech Trends: Do the Math   1 Oct, 2004

Since the advent of the PC a little more than two decades ago, engineers have taken giant leaps forward in almost all of their design tasks. Freed from the slow and error-prone reliance on pencil and drafting table, mechanical engineers have harnessed amazing computing power with their office...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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Tech Trends: Do the Math   1 Oct, 2004

Since the advent of the PC a little more than two decades ago, engineers have taken giant leaps forward in almost all of their design tasks. Freed from the slow and error-prone reliance on pencil and drafting table, mechanical engineers have harnessed amazing computing power with their office...More>>

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VX CAD/CAM v10   1 Oct, 2004

VX CAD/CAM is known for its ability to import and heal advanced surface data from other 3D CAD applications, a fact that has helped it find a niche in industrial design, mold making, and CAM applications in particular. Version 10 builds on this foundation with new global shape deformation...More>>

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AutoCAD Electrical 2005   1 Oct, 2004

All reviews, articles, and press releases about AutoCAD Electrical seem to start in the same way, saying something like, "If you design electrical control systems, you need AutoCAD Electrical." Well, they're correct.More>>

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CFDesign   1 Oct, 2004

The goal of every product design company is to shorten the time it takes to go from art to part. A crucial portion of any product development cycle is when design engineers send a model to the analysis department. Frequently there are a number of iterations, and the development cycle is lengthened...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>>