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First Look Review: ADT 2006 Tutorial Series

4 Aug, 2006 By: Patrick Davis

Use your computer to learn Autodesk Architectural Desktop 2006, via CD or Web


Training
 

The Autodesk Architectural Desktop 2006 Tutorial Series from CADLearning is a training system you can purchase on CD or as a Web-based program. The series offers 15 sections of learning, from fundamentals and concepts to styles, tools and palettes, project management and rendering. Each section is broken into individual lessons; 189 lessons all together provide about 22 hours of instruction.  Read more >>p>

  

SPECopc Reveals Plans for SPECviewperf 10 Benchmark Test
Slated for release late this year, upgrade will offer improved performance evaluation of CAD/CAM, DCC and visualization systems.  Read more >>

 

Hardware: Atlas 600e, Select 600e, Nova 36e, Spectra 600e, Surveyor 600e, Flash 600e, Latitude 600e, and Lynx 25e
New scanners from Vidar process originals 25"-54" wide and up to 15 millimeters thick, in color and monochrome.  Read more >>

General Software: Publisher3D Standard 2006, Publisher3D 2006 Professional, Pages3D Standard 2006, and Pages3D 2006 Professional
QuadriSpace's updated line of 3D publishing products includes new features and a reduced price.  Read more >>

AEC: Primavera Contractor
Construction planning solution, now available in standard and deluxe versions, assists contractors and subcontractors with building schedules. Read more >>


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