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Documenting Your Design: Parts List and Balloons   1 Sep, 2003

In this column, Wymer covers how to define a parts list, customize its output, and balloon your assembly components.More>>

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Evolve to 3D   1 Sep, 2003

White outlines a four-step process for Solid Edge users that allows them to move to 3D at a comfortable pace.More>>

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Understanding the CommandManager   1 Sep, 2003

New to SolidWorks 2004, the CommandManager gives you the power to minimize screen icons, simplify work processes, minimize mouse clicks, and more.More>>

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MCAD Tech News #104 (August 28, 2003)   28 Aug, 2003

In This Issue:Adobe Acrobat Professional New Features Working with DWG Related LinkMore>>

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MCAD Tech News #103 (Aug. 14, 2003)   14 Aug, 2003

In This Issue:Additional Notes on Autodesk Inventor 7 Reader Responses What You Get for the Upgrade The Vault ConclusionsMore>>

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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>>

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Unigraphics NX 2?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>>

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Embracing Different Views   1 Aug, 2003

No need to meticulously draw orthographic projects or cross-sections of your design. Wymer shows you how to extract them directly from your 3D model.More>>

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Working with Sheet Metal Parts in Solid Edge   1 Aug, 2003

White takes you through the sheet-metal construction features, from base features to part properties, to flattening.More>>