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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>>

Cadalyst Poll: What Is the Cost of Your Primary Desktop Computer? Article
Cadalyst Poll: What Is the Cost of Your Primary Desktop CAD Computer?   31 Oct, 2018

Cadalyst Poll: What Is the Cost of Your Primary Desktop Computer?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>>

Bentley Systems Believes Digital Twins Are ‘the Future,’ and Invests Accordingly Article
Bentley Systems Believes Digital Twins Are 'the Future,' and Invests Accordingly   18 Oct, 2018

The company is committed to developing digital twin technologies for infrastructure projects and assets, including an iTwin Services cloud platform and a plant operations solution created in partnership with Siemens.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>>

Are Smaller, Cheaper 3D Printers Better than ‘Hero Machines’ for Design? Ultimaker Says Yes Article
Are Smaller, Cheaper 3D Printers Better than ‘Hero Machines’ for Design? Ultimaker Says Yes   23 Sep, 2018

Desktop 3D printing solutions provider Ultimaker makes the case that immediate access and low cost are the keys to getting more iterations into designers’ hands — and ultimately, yielding better designs.More>>

Digital Construction Methods Are Rewriting Business Models Article
Digital Construction Methods Are Rewriting Business Models   20 Sep, 2018

As digital processes — from building information modeling (BIM) to 3D printing — replace traditional ways of working, the design and construction of the built world are being fundamentally changed.More>>

SOLIDWORKS 2019 Focuses on Current Productivity, while Preparing for Tomorrow’s Tech Article
SOLIDWORKS 2019 Focuses on Current Productivity, while Preparing for Tomorrow’s Tech    15 Sep, 2018

With the latest update of its 3D design and engineering portfolio, Dassault Systèmes aims to address the needs of existing customers — and those it doesn’t have yet.More>>

3D Printing Begins Proving Its Potential for Construction Article
3D Printing Begins Proving Its Potential for Construction   6 Sep, 2018

New fabrication capabilities are showing concrete results, and expanding design possibilities for construction. More>>

The Cloud for CAD and IT ProfessionalsWhite Paper: The Cloud for CAD and IT Professionals
These articles included were originally published on Cadalyst.com as part of a special content event called Summer on the Cloud 2017. Topics include: Decision-Making Metrics for Cloud-Based CAD, An Open Letter to IT from the CAD Manager, and more. From the editors of Cadalyst. Download your copy.




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