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AEC From the Ground Up: Are You Up to Standards?   15 Sep, 2004

One of the best ways to ensure that your CAD department is productive is to create and work according to a set of CAD standards. Doing so helps new employees learn their jobs quickly, speeds projects to completion with greater accuracy, and facilitates more effective data exchange with clients and...More>>

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Study Shows Product Redesign, Not Outsourcing to China, Holds Cost Advantage for U.S. Manufacturers   14 Sep, 2004

Boothroyd Dewhurst makes case for analyzing product costsMore>>

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Bug Watch September 2004   14 Sep, 2004

AutoCAD's Editing Idiosyncrasies Have Text Playing Hide and SeekMore>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter #114 (September 9, 2004)   9 Sep, 2004

CAD Document Management, Part IIMore>>

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Autodesk Introduces Civil 3D Engineering System   7 Sep, 2004

AutoCAD-based system automates key tasks, dynamically updates changesMore>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter #113 (August 26, 2004)   26 Aug, 2004

CAD Document Management, Part IMore>>

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Circles and Lines: Object Snaps-Part 1   16 Aug, 2004

Object snaps are an integral part of everyday AutoCAD drawing life. But are you using them to their fullest potential?More>>

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First Look: AcroXchange   16 Aug, 2004

TAILOR MADE SOFTWARE'S AcroXchange converts PDF and Adobe Illustrator AI files from Illustrator 9 or later to a wide array of vector, raster, and Web-ready file formats, including AutoCAD DWG and DWF.More>>

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First Look: DWF Composer   16 Aug, 2004

IN A MOVE THAT GIVES the DWF file format functionality comparable to rival Adobe's PDF format, Autodesk shipped Autodesk DWF Composer for viewing, markup, and revision of design files.More>>

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Editor's Window   16 Aug, 2004

I HEAR THS QUESTION OFTEN these days. Positions such as drafter and CAD operater are tough to find. Overseas outsourcing, and general economic sluggishness, may account for a certain number of disappearing jobs, but other factors appear to be at work, too.More>>