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MCAD Tech News (#287)   22 Jul, 2010

PLM Personalized: Modular 360 Enterprise lets companies build a solution to suit unique product-development needs.More>>

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MCAD Tech News (#286)   15 Jul, 2010

Avatech Tricks Tutorial: Verify Fit with Autodesk Inventor Tolerances. Use a digital prototype to determine whether real-world parts will fit together as they should.More>>

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MCAD Tech News (#285)   8 Jul, 2010

Event Report: Siemens PLM Connection 2010. Product lifecycle management — with a high-definition twist — takes center stage at user event in Dallas.More>>

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MCAD Tech News (#284)   24 Jun, 2010

Behind the Scenes at the Indy 500:As guests of HP and Gil de Ferran's Dragon Racing Team, two car-loving CAD journalists see first-hand the computer power behind the engine power — not to mention a few celebrities.More>>

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MCAD Tech News (#283)   17 Jun, 2010

Track Geometric Points in AutoCAD: Find points in relation to existing geometry without extra geometry.More>>

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MCAD Tech News (#282)   10 Jun, 2010

First Look Review: HP Z200 Workstation. New dual-core desktop workstation offers good performance and configurability at an entry-level price.More>>

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MCAD Tech News (#281)   27 May, 2010

User Profile: 3D Perfected. As a CAD manager, user group leader, instructor, and SolidWorks advocate, Rodney Hall never settles for "good enough."More>>

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MCAD Tech News (#280)   13 May, 2010

Autodesk Fortifies Digital Prototyping with Ground-Breaking Inventor Features and New Products for 2011: Direct manipulation, as-you-go visualization, and design automation are new for Inventor, and Inventor Publisher and Alias Design for Inventor join the product line.More>>

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MCAD Tech News (#279)   22 Apr, 2010

Keytech Brings PLM within Reach of SMBs: Scalable, modular solution goes beyond document management, extending the value of CAD data across small and midsized engineering organizations.More>>

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MCAD Tech News (#278)   25 Mar, 2010

AutoCAD 2011: A Look at What's New. There's a new version of AutoCAD in town, and it's sporting an updated UI, improved 2D and 3D functionality, and much more.More>>