MCAD Tech News (#345)   23 May, 2013

Spider 3D Scanner Targets Small, Intricate Objects: Priced at $20,500, the new model from Artec Group is designed for CAD users in the manufacturing market.More>>

CAD Manager's Newsletter (#301)   22 May, 2013

Approach Disruptive Technologies with Caution: Upgrading an operating system or running software from the cloud won't automatically make for better designs — and it might cause trouble.More>>

AEC Tech News (#328)   16 May, 2013

Smartgeometry Event Pushes Limits of Architectural Design: Professionals and students alike collaborate using advanced computational software and conventional tools.More>>

MCAD Tech News (#344)   9 May, 2013

Design Engineers Play Critical Role in Reducing Product Costs: Today's cost-management software integrates tightly with CAD to deliver real-time data about the financial impact of design changes.More>>

CAD Manager's Newsletter (#300)    8 May, 2013

Conduct a CAD Management Audit: Are you like an overworked logger, too busy felling trees to sharpen your ax? Take the time to stop and think critically about what you're doing — and how you're doing it.More>>

MCAD Tech News (#343)   25 Apr, 2013

Firm Cuts Seat Design Costs by 60% Using Topology-Optimization Software: Design Concepts calls on PareTOWorks, a new SolidWorks add-in, to confidently eliminate the metal hinge in a stadium seat.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#299)   24 Apr, 2013

Don't Get Caught in the Tool Worship Trap, Part 2: In your discussions with upper management, don't get distracted by the new software's appealing features — focus on how it will impact users and processes.More>>

AEC Tech News (#327)   18 Apr, 2013

First Look Review: Epson SureColor T5000. Superb print quality and an excellent price are highlights of company's first wide-format printer for CAD market.More>>

MCAD Tech News (#342)   11 Apr, 2013

Pillar of the CAD Community: Cadalyst's CAD Tips are made possible through the efforts of many readers — and one very hard-working reviewer, Brian Benton.More>>