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Autodesk Responds to Architects’ Criticisms of Revit Experience Article
Autodesk Responds to Revit Customers' Concerns   31 Jul, 2020

The developer of the building information modeling (BIM) software addresses criticisms leveled by architects who are frustrated by rising costs, licensing changes, and other issues.More>>

Whose CAD Is It, Anyway? Part 2 Article
Whose CAD Is It, Anyway? Part 2   22 Jul, 2020

CAD Manager Column: Readers share their opinions about proprietary data formats, the move toward cloud-based CAD tools, and more.More>>

Lenovo, AMD Partner to Introduce the First Ryzen Threadripper PRO Workstation Article
Lenovo, AMD Partner to Introduce the First Ryzen Threadripper PRO Workstation   17 Jul, 2020

Based on AMD’s new workstation-specific Threadrippper PRO processor, the ThinkStation P620 is a high-core-count, single-socket platform that promises performance for multithreaded and lightly threaded workloads alike.More>>

Chiplet Architectures Emerge as One Arrow in Industry Quiver of Technologies Extending Compute Performance Article
Chiplet Architectures Emerge as One Arrow in Industry Quiver of Technologies Extending Compute Performance   16 Jul, 2020

As the trend described by Moore’s Law approaches its inevitable end, CAD users and other compute-hungry professionals need the industry to find ways to deliver generation-to-generation improvements in performance.More>>

Whose CAD Is It, Anyway? Part 1 Article
Whose CAD Is It, Anyway? Part 1   8 Jul, 2020

CAD Manager Column: It’s common to think that all things CAD are now on the cloud — but it’s not true. Carefully evaluating the tradeoffs of cloud-based CAD vs. local CAD is still in your best interest. More>>

Thrive Through Change with CAD Management 3.0 Article
Thrive Through Change with CAD Management 3.0    24 Jun, 2020

CAD Manager Column: We’re working in a very turbulent time right now, but there will always be more changes to deal with. Effective CAD managers must continue analyzing and adapting in a never-ending quest for improvement.More>>

CAD Management Vision: From Good to Great, Part 2 Article
CAD Management Vision: From Good to Great, Part 2   10 Jun, 2020

To overcome the natural human tendencies toward laziness and resistance to change, give your users a mission!More>>

Can 1-to-1 Remote Workstations Provide the Same Performance as Local Machines? Article
Can 1-to-1 Remote Workstations Provide the Same Performance as Local Machines?    4 Jun, 2020

Herrera on Hardware: Are you concerned about latency with a remote computing solution? You’ll want to evaluate whether response time and image quality meet your expectations or are noticeable enough to be an issue.More>>

Vendors Alter Plans and Policies to Support CAD Community During COVID-19 Crisis Article
Vendors Alter Plans and Policies to Support CAD Community During COVID-19 Crisis   2 Jun, 2020

The companies that supply designers and engineers are changing license terms to support working from home, and taking in-person gatherings online to help keep attendees safe. More>>

Dell Overhauls Precision Workstation Lineup with New and Redesigned Models Article
Dell Overhauls Precision Workstation Lineup with New and Redesigned Models   29 May, 2020

New mobile lineup features smaller footprints and improved thermal management; new tower options include an ultra-small form factor design.More>>

Design and Engineering Technology White Paper: Top Trends for 2020
Get this free guide to read insights and predictions from eight CAD software companies about how CAD and related technologies are changing. From the editors of Cadalyst. Download here!


The Why and How of CAD StandardsWhite Paper: The Why and How of CAD Standards
CAD standards are a much more complex — and perplexing — challenge than in the past. This 15-page guide includes Robert Green's entire four-part series of CAD Manager columns on standards, explaining how to craft standards for the modern CAD ecosystem and more. From the editors of Cadalyst. Download your copy.


A CAD Manager's Guide to Reducing ErrorsWhite Paper: A CAD Manager's Guide to Reducing Errors
This guide from Cadalyst compiles three of Robert Green's well-respected CAD Manager columns: a two-part series on adapting quality control techniques for CAD, and an overview of common CAD management mistakes. Get on the path to greater efficiency, fewer mistakes, and better results! From the editors of Cadalyst. Download your copy.




Fabulous Freebies for CAD Users - 2020 Edition