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Harnessing the Cloud for CAD: The Case for Virtual Workstations Article
Harnessing the Cloud for CAD: The Case for Virtual Workstations   28 Jun, 2017

Herrera on Hardware: The demands of CAD-heavy workflows in manufacturing, design, architecture, and construction are growing. Some companies are looking beyond their local machines, and implementing virtual computing options to augment or replace traditional deskside and laptop workstations.More>>

Miniature Workstation Movement Takes Small Step Forward with Lenovo ThinkStation P320 Tiny Article
Miniature Workstation Movement Takes Small Step Forward with Lenovo ThinkStation P320 Tiny    21 Jun, 2017

Pressures such as shrinking office spaces push vendors to think small, packaging professional-level computing power into pocket-sized chassis.More>>

Will Integrated CAM Yield More Manufacturable SOLIDWORKS Designs? Article
Will Integrated CAM Yield More Manufacturable SOLIDWORKS Designs?   15 Jun, 2017

Sandesh Joshi, a former member of the SOLIDWORKS R&D team, expects the coordination of CAD and CAM in the upcoming 2018 release to have a significant effect on product design.More>>

GTC 2017, Part 2: Revolutionary Uses of GPUs Hold Promise for CAD Users Article
GTC 2017, Part 2: Revolutionary Uses of GPUs Hold Promise for CAD Users   1 Jun, 2017

At the GPU Technology Conference (GTC), NVIDIA demonstrates possibilities for AI-boosted ray tracing, 3D printing, and generative design — all powered by GPUs.More>>

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The Why and How of IoT-Enabled Design   1 Jun, 2017

Connecting products to the Internet isn’t the stuff of Tomorrowland anymore, and presenters at PTC’s LiveWorx 17 conference showed just how real-world it has become.More>>

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