Event report: National Manufacturing Week 2006, pt. 2

29 Mar, 2006 By: Sara Ferris

As promised yesterday, here are highlights from the expo floor at National Manufacturing Week 2006. Next year's event will be held from March 12-15 at the Rosemont location. We'll start with the software that may also prove attractive to readers outside the manufacturing realm, including a document security tool and a geometric search engine.  Read more >>p>  

ANSYS Elects to Refile With FTC for Merger Review
Company still estimates acquisition of Fluent will occur in the second quarter of 2006.  Read more >>

Adoption of ASME B18 Digital Fastener Library Increases
PARTsolutions demonstrates library at NDES ASME booth. 

Top Ten Office Pranks for April Fool's Day finds one-third of workers admit to playing jokes on co-workers.  Read more >>


General Software: Deep Exploration v4
Right Hemisphere integrates eight modules in its updated release.  Read more >>

MCAD: CFD-CADalyzer 2006
ESI release tool for CAD engineers and CFD analysts to perform design-level analysis. 

MCAD: Conduit
Software enables virtual reality capabilities with AliasStudio v13.  Read more >>

GIS: ActiveX Control
Third-part software companies can integrate their own customized version of Pictometry's software tools.  Read more >>

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