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Autodesk and the Cloud, Part 2: Fusion 360 Will Deliver Professional-Level CAD on the Cloud   13 Dec, 2012

Coming next year, the pay-as-you-go service will offer full-fledged 3D mechanical design via any web browser. More>>

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IMAGINiT Clarity for Autodesk Revit Server   28 Nov, 2012

First Look Review: Manage your Revit Server, projects, and team members; automate tasks; and collaborate with users in multiple locations — for a price.More>>

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Lunar Architecture Becomes Feasible with 3D Printing   28 Nov, 2012

Space may be the next frontier for construction.More>>

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Bentley Systems Pursues Information Mobility for Infrastructure Projects   27 Nov, 2012

The AEC software solutions provider envisions a world where information retains its value as it moves through the project lifecycle.More>>

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Bentley's GenerativeComponents Helps Architects Push the Limits of Building Design   15 Nov, 2012

Be Inspired Awards finalists incorporate complex curtain walls and swooping ceiling forms that are made easier thanks to the software. More>>

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The CAD Communicator   8 Nov, 2012

User Profile: Paul Munford believes that CAD is a great communication tool — but before you can use that tool effectively, you must understand the needs of your customers.More>>

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Leverage the Autodesk Vault Job Server/Processor   30 Sep, 2012

IMAGINiT Tricks Tutorial: The Vault Client enables users to perform query, view, and print tasks on a model or drawing without having direct access to the CAD data.More>>

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Layout Modeling in Autodesk Inventor   29 Sep, 2012

IMAGINiT Tricks Tutorial: Changes may be inevitable, but Layout Design can help you make modifications quickly. More>>

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Vectorworks Updates CAD/BIM Product Line   19 Sep, 2012

Version 2013 of the company’s design software portfolio improves 3D modeling, rendering, interoperability, BIM workflows, and overall performance. More>>

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Renaissance Man   18 Sep, 2012

User Profile: Architect Doug Patt pursues many interests — and can’t keep what he learns to himself.More>>