On the Job (Case Studies)
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On the Job: Nissan's UK Plant Uses Reverse Engineering to Repair Press Tools   15 Jan, 2005

Delcam software facilitates in-house fixes so new car models roll off the line soonerMore>>

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On the Job: 3D Printer Helps Solve Forensic Mystery on CSI:NY   15 Jan, 2005

Popular crime drama uses Z Corporation's printing system as a plot device and prop in a high-tech science investigation.More>>

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On the Job: Injection Molder's Processing Savvy Keeps it Competitive   16 Dec, 2004

B&B Molders uses range of Moldflow products to develop design-for-manufacture environmentMore>>

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On the Job: NBC News Election Coverage Had High-Tech Twist   16 Dec, 2004

Brokaw, Russert trade whiteboard for Fujitsu tablet PC to deliver presidential play-by-playMore>>

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On the Job: Integrated Plotting Wipes Out Worries for HOK   16 Dec, 2004

Triple R Technologies' Plotstream and an on-site service provider streamline project deliveryMore>>

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On the Job: Tradition Plus Technology is Key for New World Trade Center   16 Nov, 2004

Physical model and computer model evolve hand-in-hand for winning design proposalMore>>

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On the Job: Technology Makes More Time for the Human Touch   15 Nov, 2004

Scanning and milling minimize time and tedium, maximize realism in process of creating prosthetic partsMore>>

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On the Job: Stormwater Modeling System Tackles Slippery Slopes   15 Nov, 2004

Hillside city of Manizales, Colombia, uses StormCAD to develop low-cost rehabilitation strategyMore>>

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On the Job: PC Vendor Seeks Unique Design to Win Gamers' Hearts   15 Oct, 2004

Alias StudioTools helps create futuristic look for Alienware's extreme gaming computerMore>>

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On the Job: Software Makes Big Models Manageable   15 Oct, 2004

FTI Engineering uses Right Hemisphere software to create animations of test rig for world's largest airlinerMore>>