Say Goodbye to Mike Brady13 Mar, 2006 By: Kenneth Wong
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In 2000, setting up an office out of equipment acquired on eBay and through industry contacts, Julia Wood and Simon Tomkinson launched Litmus Design + Architecture in Portland, Oregon. Six years later, the majority of these software and hardware components are still very much a part of Litmus operations.
Recently, as one of the finalists in The World of Difference contest -- which posed the question, How would $100,000 in technology for your small business change the way you live, work, dream? -- Litmus proposed building an efficient design workflow around a relational database. True to their bootstrap origin, Wood and Tomkinson showed how to assemble the necessary infrastructure using off-the-shelf products. Read more >>
web2CAD TraceParts Changes Name to TraceParts
Move culminates two-year transition for producer of parts libraries. Read more >>
MCAD: MAGMASOFT v4.4
Casting simulation software includes a flow solver that enables analysis of complex filling conditions. Read more >>
CAM: PowerMILL v6.5
Delcam software incorporates new functionality for roughing, finishing with both three- and five-axis machines. Read more >>
Design Visualization: Casual People v9
ArchVision's newest entourage collection depicts people dressed in winter wear.
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