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SolidWorks World 2014, Part 2: Trends on Display in the Partner Pavilion   25 Feb, 2014

New offerings in the exhibit hall emphasize expanded 3D printing capabilities and tools that move the heavy lifting of design and rendering off the desktop. More>>

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SolidWorks World 2014, Part 1: Software on Stage   5 Feb, 2014

At the annual user conference, Dassault Systèmes customers get to see what’s in store for SolidWorks — and more.More>>

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Set Divergence Points When Modeling Products in Inventor   31 Jan, 2014

IMAGINiT Tricks Tutorial: You may be familiar with top-down and bottom-up design methods, but the outside-in approach can save you time and rework.More>>

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TurboCAD through the Years   23 Jan, 2014

The release of the software’s 20th version inspires a longtime user and beta tester to reflect on its development — and its role in the success of his business.More>>

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Autodesk Shores Up BIM Offerings   16 Jan, 2014

Autodesk University 2013, part 3: Company highlights acquisitions, other efforts to bridge gaps in building and civil engineering workflows. More>>

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iLogic Tools for the Rest of Us   31 Dec, 2013

IMAGINiT Tricks Tutorial: Autodesk Inventor’s premier automation tool offers value for nonprogrammers too.More>>

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Dassault Systèmes to Acquire 3D Visualization Powerhouse RTT   12 Dec, 2013

Realtime Technology (RTT) will bring DeltaGen, Bunkspeed, and other software solutions into the Dassault Systèmes fold.More>>

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Autodesk Brings CAM to the Cloud   12 Dec, 2013

Autodesk University 2013, part 1: CAM 360 said to be industry’s first cloud-based solution for computer-aided manufacturing.More>>

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Descriptors and Descriptions in Autodesk Factory Design Suite    30 Nov, 2013

IMAGINiT Tricks Tutorial: Use a little iLogic to identify your assets — it's not as hard as you might think.More>>

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When Buildings Must Perform   29 Nov, 2013

Technology plays a critical supporting role in architects’ efforts to meet requirements for energy use and occupant comfort.More>>