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Rescuing the Exhausted Engineer with Digital Manufacturing Simulation Article
Rescuing the Exhausted Engineer with Digital Manufacturing Simulation   3 Dec, 2020

Viewpoint: Product designers and engineers were overburdened even before the pandemic put extra pressure on their teams, workflows, and customers. Analyses enabled by virtually replicating both a product and its manufacturing processes can turn things around.More>>

For This Mechanical Engineer, Learning New CAD Applications Is Illuminating Sponsored
For This Mechanical Engineer, Transitioning to DraftSight Is Illuminating    30 Nov, 2020

A former AutoCAD user who taught himself DraftSight shares his experience.More>>

Autodesk Pushes AEC Modernization, Part 2: Generative Design and BIM Article
Autodesk Pushes AEC Modernization, Part 2: Generative Design and BIM    28 Nov, 2020

Autodesk University 2020 announcements include improved Revit interoperability, the acquisition of a site-planning platform featuring generative design technology, and more.More>>

Simulating an Unorthodox Turkey Cooking Method in Ansys Fluent Sponsored
Simulating an Unorthodox Turkey Cooking Method in Ansys Fluent   26 Nov, 2020

There are many ways to cook a turkey, but have you ever wondered how it might turn out if it were heated via supersonic flight? Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis can give you an idea.More>>

Autodesk Pushes AEC Modernization, Part 1: New Tools for Construction Cloud, Digital Twins Article
Autodesk Pushes AEC Modernization, Part 1: New Tools for Construction Cloud, Digital Twins   22 Nov, 2020

At Autodesk University 2020, the company spotlights products and capabilities intended to digitize construction management, enhance operational insights, and help disparate groups collaborate.More>>

Soft Skills for CAD Managers: Handling Objections Article
Soft Skills for CAD Managers: Handling Objections   18 Nov, 2020

CAD Manager Column: Are your users complaining about their software? Is upper management pushing back on the cost? Are the PMs griping that things are moving too slowly? Here's how to cope.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!