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FinalCAD construction mobile solutions finding favor in South Asia

FinalCAD construction mobile solutions finding favor in South Asia

The Paris-based AEC software vendor’s product now has been used in 15,000 projects in 35 countries. By many, standards construction is one of the least efficient industries on the planet. Some surveys rate it lower than agriculture for efficiency and use of IT. But some vendors are finding ways to bring improvement to the industry […]

By May 12, 2017 Read More →
Equipping space-age road warriors

Equipping space-age road warriors

Using HyperSizer Express to sculpt the bike of the future with composites. Cycling is one of those rare modern-day activities which combines good-old-fashioned sweat and tears with some of the most state-of-the-art composite materials known to man. Creating an aerodynamically sound, lightweight, and of course good-looking bicycle frame can be quite the task. It’s also made […]

By February 28, 2017 Read More →
Q&A: VFX Supervisor Boyd Shermis

Q&A: VFX Supervisor Boyd Shermis

From Speed and Swordfish to Fear the Walking Dead, a top VFX supervisor stays connected to a global team with CineSync for video production collaboration. It is not uncommon for technical creatives in media and entertainment to be known more for the projects they worked on rather than a particular employer. Boyd Shermis has a […]

By February 27, 2017 Read More →
Turning trucks into emergency vehicles with 3D technology

Turning trucks into emergency vehicles with 3D technology

A SmartTech 3D scanner and Geomagic Design X help a small Polish manufacturer customize 100 vehicles a year. Too often stories about new uses for 3D design technology focus on things like aerospace manufacturing, skyscraper construction, or feature films. But more mundane professions are also finding ways to incorporate 3D data into their work. BOCAR […]

By February 22, 2017 Read More →
Palatov Motorsport runs a lean operation with SolidWorks

Palatov Motorsport runs a lean operation with SolidWorks

The small maker of high-performance cars for recreational racing created a new suspension system and improved aerodynamics with a team of four. Recreational auto racing is a small industry where enthusiasts and manufacturers form more of a community than is possible in professional racing. Palatov Motorsport of Portland, Oregon has become successful in recreational racing […]

By January 18, 2017 Read More →
Optimizing gold mining with 3D PDF

Optimizing gold mining with 3D PDF

INFA now creates electronic reports smaller than CAD files yet containing a wider variety of content types. INFA is an engineering, construction, and manufacturing company which provides custom, on-site mineral processing. One of its largest clients is a gold and silver mine in the Santa Cruz region of Argentina. The engineering team recently upgraded its […]

By December 16, 2016 Read More →
Graebert finds a welcome home for 2D CAD in Japan

Graebert finds a welcome home for 2D CAD in Japan

2D remains popular in the world’s second largest CAD market. Only Graebert offers the same CAD technology on desktop, mobile, and cloud.  In only three years CAD software maker Graebert GmbH has moved from being the new kid on the block to a major player in Japan, the world’s second largest CAD market by total seats […]

By October 28, 2016 Read More →
Taking the pain out of CAD translation at Millbrook Group

Taking the pain out of CAD translation at Millbrook Group

ITI CADfix turns a job that took days into one that takes minutes. Some engineering companies work with multiple CAD systems because of legacy issues, or because somebody can’t make up their mind on how to standardize. At Millbrook Group working with data from multiple CAD systems is essential to their business. But just because […]

By October 12, 2016 Read More →
Recreating the greatest high-wire performance of modern times

Recreating the greatest high-wire performance of modern times

Atomic Fiction recreates the famous stunt in The Walk with Faceware. On a warm summer day in 1974, French high-wire artist and stuntman extraordinaire Philippe Petit surprised morning commuters in lower Manhattan when a cable appeared connecting the two towers of the World Trade Center. Petit and his team put it there so he could do […]

By May 11, 2016 Read More →
Finding a way to make tractors less noisy

Finding a way to make tractors less noisy

Commercial and agricultural manufacturer CNH needed a better way to study noise reduction strategies. The solution was found in MSC Actran. Commercial and agricultural vehicles are built for work, not personal use. Compared to automobiles, big trucks, tractors, and construction vehicles generate much more noise. It is important for drives to hear their motors, but […]

By April 12, 2016 Read More →