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AEC Tech News (#340)   4 Sep, 2014

Allocate Your Workstation Budget According to Your Workload: Uncertain about how best to spend your hardware dollars? A careful evaluation of the type of work to be done — and these guidelines — will provide the answers.More>>

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AEC Tech News (#339)   21 Aug, 2014

Cadalyst Labs investigates free CAD software for mobile devices; Herrera on Hardware weighs cloud-based CAD.More>>

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AEC Tech News (#338)    17 Jul, 2014

Epson launches second generation of SureColor T-Series printers; build your own Civil 3D plugin; and more.More>>

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AEC Tech News (#337)   5 Jun, 2014

Revit Technology Conference marks tenth year; EnRoute sign-making software applied to home design; and more.More>>

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AEC Tech News (#336)   16 Jan, 2014

First Look Review: HP Designjet T120. Compact 24" printer is just the right size for small offices that are short on space.More>>

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AEC Tech News (#335)   17 Oct, 2013

Signage Planning Gets a Boost from BIMLink: Wayfinding studio uses software from Ideate to move Revit data into Excel, and vice versa, cutting project time by half and reducing costs.More>>

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AEC Tech News (#334)   3 Oct, 2013

First Look Review: Autodesk ReCap. Powerful pair of tools easily turns laser scans and photographs into quality visualizations and high-resolution 3D models.More>>

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AEC Tech News (#333)   19 Sep, 2013

Understanding Autodesk Revit Materials: Learn how to manipulate materials skillfully, and you'll be able to get the results you want from Revit.More>>

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AEC Tech News (#332)   5 Sep, 2013

Canon Keeps CAD in Mind with New Wide-Format Color Printers: Paperless documents may be decreasing the demand for printing hardware, but the diversified digital imaging solutions provider is still pursuing the CAD market.More>>

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AEC Tech News (#331)   18 Jul, 2013

Mouse Alternative Promises a More Comfortable Click: Contour Design launches RollerMouse Re:d, an ergonomic input device that's gentle on the joints and precise enough for CAD use.More>>