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AEC Tech News (#287)   4 Mar, 2011

Newforma Project Center Eighth Edition supports mobile functionality and Revit connectivity; start with 3D AutoCAD models to generate 2D drawings; AEC events; and more.More>>

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MCAD Tech News (#300)   24 Feb, 2011

Generate 2D Output from 3D AutoCAD Models in a Flash: When you need 2D working drawings, the fastest, most accurate approach is to start in 3D.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#255)   23 Feb, 2011

Just How 3D Are We? Part 1: Software vendors would have you believe that 3D software has taken over the CAD market — but how many companies have actually abandoned 2D?More>>

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MCAD Tech News (#299)   17 Feb, 2011

If You Can Dream It, They Can Build It: Dynamic Structures uses AutoCAD to design really cool stuff — from telescopes to theme-park rides.More>>

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AEC Tech News (#286)   17 Feb, 2011

California electrical utility deploys Utility Design software; AutoCAD returns to the Mac; AEC events; and more.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#104)    16 Feb, 2011

Remote Monitoring Makes Maintenance a Breeze for Wind Farms: Beijing's Guohua Energy Investment Company deploys an SKF sensor system to keep tabs on turbine conditions.More>>

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AEC Tech News (#285)   10 Feb, 2011

Design Excellence in Two Dimensions: A small Seattle architecture and interior design firm uses AutoCAD to create stunning hotels — inside and out.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#254)   9 Feb, 2011

Don't Get Lost in CAD-to-BIM Translation: Get everyone on the same page by mapping out the inputs and outputs for your next project — in very specific terms.More>>

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MCAD Tech News (#298)   3 Feb, 2011

At LEMO, 3D Is Not an All-or-Nothing Proposition: Manufacturer of popular connectors finds DWG data is still critical for internal communication and fast delivery of custom designs.More>>

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AEC Tech News (#284)   27 Jan, 2011

Will BIM Make CAD Irrelevant? At Larson & Darby, the Answer Is 'No': A transition to Autodesk Revit doesn't need to be an all-or-nothing proposition. More>>