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Content posted in October 2013
AMD’s Video Card Is Tops for Gaming & Great for CAD
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10/31/2013  2 comments
The video card wars are heating up once again between NVIDIA and AMD, with no signs of slowing anytime soon.
LulzBot Crowd Funds Its Next 3D Printer
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10/24/2013  8 comments
LulzBot's TAZ 3D printer is being crowd funded through fundable.com and has already well exceeded its $100,000 goal, with six days left to go.
SolidWorks 2014 Looks to Improve User Experience
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10/14/2013  5 comments
Dassault Systemes' SolidWorks 2014 is chock full of new features that are sure to increase users' productivity and efficiency.
Dassault's Virtual Reality Cave Helps Visualize Projects
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10/10/2013  11 comments
Dassault Systemes displayed its virtual reality cave during its SolidWorks 2014 release conference.
3D Printer Has an Eye-Popping Price Tag
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10/8/2013  22 comments
The Peachy Printer is a $100 3D printer with a unique method of printing and a huge following on Kickstarter.
Game Technologies Rolls With Digital Dice
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10/2/2013  18 comments
The Polish startup Game Technologies has developed new dice packed with an incredible amount of technology for use with game applications.




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