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Frustum Furthers PTC’s Plan to Embed New Technologies in Creo Article
Frustum Furthers PTC’s Plan to Embed New Technologies in Creo   24 Nov, 2018

The $70 million acquisition is the latest move in PTC’s strategy to fold generative design, real-time simulation, and more cutting-edge capabilities into its CAD platform.More>>

Autodesk Advocates Automation at AU 2018 Article
Autodesk Advocates Automation at AU 2018   17 Nov, 2018

The design software developer is pushing generative design and other automation technologies for product development and AEC workflows, while seeking to allay concerns about the impact on jobs.More>>

With New Turing, NVIDIA Doubles Down on the Future of Real-Time Ray-Tracing Article
With New Turing, NVIDIA Doubles Down on the Future of Real-Time Ray-Tracing    18 Oct, 2018

Herrera on Hardware: CAD professionals are expected to reap the benefits.More>>

Gravity Sketch Moves Conceptual Design into the Virtual Realm Article
Gravity Sketch Moves Conceptual Design into the Virtual Realm   30 Sep, 2018

With a focus on ease of use and an intuitive method of 3D content creation — a virtual reality interface — Gravity Sketch hopes to persuade designers to drop 2D sketching from their workflows.More>>

CAD Workstation Form Factors 101, Part 5: The Datacenter Workstation Addresses Modern CAD Challenges Article
CAD Workstation Form Factors 101, Part 5: The Datacenter Workstation Addresses Modern CAD Challenges   30 Sep, 2018

Herrera on Hardware: Now that we’ve explored the array of local workstation options, it’s time to look at the benefits and drawbacks of those located in remote datacenters.More>>

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