3D Modeling
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Making the Most of Model Tolerances   1 Jul, 2003

Learn how to set up model tolerances, update your model to specific tolerances, and document these tolerances at the drawing level.More>>

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Stream/XP Usability   1 Jul, 2003

Beyond the new ergonomic screen layout and SmartStep enhancements of Solid Edge 14, you can also benefit from the numerous usability advancements.More>>

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Putting Design on Display   1 Jul, 2003

This month, we'll focus primarily on controlling the graphical display and output of your design files.More>>

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On Freedom and Constraints   1 Jun, 2003

Wymer explains why applying the right constraint is critical to the preservation of freedom in assemblies.More>>

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Opening Pro/ENGINEER Files in Solid Edge   1 Jun, 2003

White provides detailed directions on using the Solid Edge Translator for importing Pro/E files.More>>

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Communicating With eDrawings   1 Jun, 2003

Communicating With eDrawingsMore>>

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3D Architectural Features of VectorWorks   1 Jun, 2003

This month we will take a look at VectorWorks's features for creating architecture models and drawings. Many are hybrid 2D/3D objects that appear as conventional, symbolized 2D objects in plan views, and as realistic 3D objects in all other views.More>>

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First Looks: Design Extension for 3ds max   1 May, 2003

When Discreet's 3ds max and Autodesk VIZ diverged as products, 3ds max evolved its core modeling, animation, and rendering features with additional capabilities specific to game design and film and video effects while VIZ offered AEC-oriented features.More>>

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First Looks: Design Extension for 3ds max   1 May, 2003

When Discreet's 3ds max and Autodesk VIZ diverged as products, 3ds max evolved its core modeling, animation, and rendering features with additional capabilities specific to game design and film and video effects while VIZ offered AEC-oriented features.More>>

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Inventor Presentation   1 May, 2003

Wymer tells you why you should explode an assembly to make it presentable.More>>