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Mike Hudspeth


Mike Hudspeth is a designer with more than two decades of experience, a lifelong artist and avid model builder, author (specializing in science fiction) and all-around great guy. He, his wife, two daughters and two (too many) cats thrive in the great American heartland, just outside of St. Louis, Missouri.


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Seemage 4 (Cadalyst Labs Review)   30 Apr, 2007
By: IDSA ,Mike Hudspeth

Product documentation-and x-ray vision!

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Parametric Modeling Techniques for the Team Player (MCAD Modeling Column)   30 Apr, 2007
By: IDSA ,Mike Hudspeth

Think about how your design will be used by others.

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Maple 11 (Cadalyst Labs Review)   30 Apr, 2007
By: IDSA ,Mike Hudspeth

The underlying math engine has more power than you'll ever need.

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Maple 11 (Cadalyst Labs Review)   30 Apr, 2007
By: IDSA ,Mike Hudspeth

The underlying math engine has more power than you'll ever need.

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Seemage 4 (Cadalyst Labs Review)   30 Apr, 2007
By: IDSA ,Mike Hudspeth

Product documentation-and x-ray vision!

Article
Maple 11 (Cadalyst Labs Review)   30 Apr, 2007
By: IDSA ,Mike Hudspeth

The underlying math engine has more power than you'll ever need.

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Maple 11 (Cadalyst Labs Review)   30 Apr, 2007
By: IDSA ,Mike Hudspeth

The underlying math engine has more power than you'll ever need.

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Turning a Sow's Ear into a 3D Silk Purse (MCAD Modeling Column)   31 Mar, 2007
By: IDSA ,Mike Hudspeth

Designers have many options for turning anything into a usable model.

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History . . . or Not? (MCAD Modeling Column)   28 Feb, 2007
By: IDSA ,Mike Hudspeth

History and nonhistory-based modeling software each has its own advantages.

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Rapid Prototyping (MCAD Modeling Column)   31 Jan, 2007
By: IDSA ,Mike Hudspeth

When you absolutely gotta have it fast!