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After More than Two Decades, Experienced Engineer Switches to DraftSight Sponsored
After More than Two Decades, Experienced Engineer Switches to DraftSight   31 Dec, 2020

A long and varied career gives one CAD user perspective about what makes an application appealing.More>>

Graebert’s Growth Fueled by CAD Users Leery of Licensing Changes Article
Graebert’s Growth Fueled by CAD Users Leery of Licensing Changes   30 Dec, 2020

Graebert neXt 2020, Part 1: During a difficult year for many businesses, Graebert saw substantial growth — stemming in part from ex-AutoCAD users turned off by Autodesk’s evolving software licensing policies.More>>

As Demand for Mobile Workstations Reaches New Heights, Fujitsu Launches New Flagship Sponsored
As Demand for Mobile Workstations Reaches New Heights, Fujitsu Launches New Flagship    17 Dec, 2020

The new CELSIUS H7510 mobile workstation prioritizes graphics support and data security for technology and creative professionals working from home — or anywhere else. More>>

AMD CPUs Check All the Boxes for the Range of CAD Computing Demands Article
AMD CPUs Check All the Boxes for the Range of CAD Computing Demands   16 Dec, 2020

Herrera on Hardware: The company’s Ryzen 5000–generation CPUs solidify its resurgent competitive edge, particularly when it comes mainstream CAD.More>>

Lynn Allen Demonstrates DraftSight's Power Trim Command Video
Lynn Allen Demonstrates DraftSight's Power Trim Command   16 Dec, 2020

DraftSight has many of the same commands that AutoCAD has — and some that AutoCAD doesn't, such as Power Trim.More>>

Lessons from 2020: Refocusing on CAD Management Basics Article
Lessons from 2020: Refocusing on CAD Management Basics   9 Dec, 2020

CAD Manager Column: What can we learn from this chaotic year that will help guide our CAD management strategy going forward?More>>

Mobile Workstation White Paper: Testing Performance vs. Notebook PC
When it comes to visual computing for CAD, these two machines are very different — and the numbers show why. In this 12-page white paper, you'll find component comparisons; performance on CAD computing workloads; and explanations of reliability and ergonomics factors. Sponsored by Lenovo. Download your copy.


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Take the Gradual Path to BIMWhite Paper: Take the Gradual Path to BIM. Implementing building information modeling (BIM) can be a daunting challenge, but you don't have to take on everything at once. Learn how small, incremental advances can yield big benefits over time. Download your paper today!