Performance Simulation Software Goes Extra Mile   22 Sep, 2004

Australian rail and transportation supplier improves product design and reduces tooling costs by 20% using MSC.Software’s simulation software.More>>

Delphi Methodology Now Available for SolidWorks   20 Sep, 2004

CADVenture to offer training on Delphi approach to solid modelingMore>>

Cadalyst MCAD Tech News #129 (Sept. 16, 2004)   16 Sep, 2004

CAM/CAE Product Introductions Proliferate at IMTS 2004More>>

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SolidWorks 2005-Improved Mold Making, Upgraded Interface Top Enhancements   15 Sep, 2004

It's hard to believe that SolidWorks 2005 is the product's thirteenth major release since it was introduced in 1995. From the beginning, it set and maintained a high standard as an affordable and manageable CAD application for mechanical design. Each release has made the core application more...More>>

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Alive and Kicking-Large CRT Monitors Offer Best Bang for Your Buck   15 Sep, 2004

Prices on large CRT monitors have dropped substantially since our last CRT review in September 2003. Not so many years ago I remember paying triple what these current CRTs cost. What you don't get for these lower prices are multiple connectivity options-there's usually no USB connectivity...More>>

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Tech Trends: From UNIX to Windows   15 Sep, 2004

When PTC introduced Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire in February of 2003, the company emerged from several years of a downward spiral in market share and financial performance to make a strong statement about its future direction. Long a UNIX-based, complex, difficult-to-learn-and-master, yet powerful...More>>

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MCAD Modeling Methods: Data Exchange Tips and Tricks   15 Sep, 2004

During the exchange process, a 3D model file is translated from one native CAD format (sending system) to an IGES or STEP fileMore>>

How to Maximize Autodesk Inventor 9's Content Library, Part 1 of 2   15 Sep, 2004

Use Autodesk Inventor tools to create your own library of standard parts.More>>

Midrange 3D Mechanical CAD Market to Top $401 Million in 2004, Up 9%, Researcher Says   14 Sep, 2004

Daratech says 2D users can no longer ignore advantages of 3D designMore>>

Cadalyst MCAD Tech News #128 (Sept. 2, 2004)   2 Sep, 2004

What's in a Name?More>>

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