3D Modeling
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Edit Data with the Selection Manager   23 Feb, 2011

On the Edge Solid Edge Tutorial: With this powerful function, you can reduce the amount of time you spend selecting geometry.More>>

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Utility Design Software Simplifies Standardization   17 Feb, 2011

Southern California Edison implements Autodesk application to improve consistency and reduce design and ordering time.More>>

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If You Can Dream It, They Can Build It   17 Feb, 2011

Dynamic Structures uses AutoCAD to design really cool stuff — from telescopes to theme-park rides.More>>

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Design Excellence in Two Dimensions   8 Feb, 2011

A small Seattle architecture and interior design firm uses AutoCAD to create stunning hotels — inside and out.More>>

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Manipulate the Synchronous Technology Steering Wheel   7 Feb, 2011

On the Edge Solid Edge Tutorial: These techniques will help you manipulate 3D model geometry more easily.More>>

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Simplify ECOs with Revision Manager   6 Feb, 2011

On the Edge Solid Edge Tutorial: Employ the Where Used function to remove confusion from engineering change orders (ECOs).More>>

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At LEMO, 3D Is Not an All-or-Nothing Proposition   1 Feb, 2011

Manufacturer of popular connectors finds DWG data is still critical for internal communication and fast delivery of custom designs.More>>

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Open Large Solid Edge Assemblies Quickly   29 Jan, 2011

On the Edge Solid Edge Tutorial: Assembly overrides and display configurations can save you time by limiting the number of components or level of detail displayed.More>>

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Windows Explorer vs. SolidWorks Enterprise PDM   27 Jan, 2011

Solid Thinking Tutorial: Two project data management systems face off over project storage, managing revisions, and tracking an engineering change order.More>>

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Will BIM Make CAD Irrelevant? At Larson & Darby, the Answer Is 'No'   26 Jan, 2011

A transition to Autodesk Revit doesn't need to be an all-or-nothing proposition. Day to day, AutoCAD still gets the job done eloquently.More>>