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Content posted in June 2011
Solid Edge ST4 Melds Direct, Feature-Based Modeling
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6/30/2011  6 comments
With the release of Solid Edge ST4, Siemens PLM Software continues to infuse direct modeling capabilities further into the CAD tool, extending the synchronous workflow with new feature types and modeling capabilities.
There's an App for That in AutoCAD 2012
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6/29/2011  9 comments
A new Apps Tab in AutoCAD 2012 lets users access and purchase companion apps and content directly within the 2D CAD tool.
Bikinis & Blintzes: The New World of 3D Printing
CAD/CAM Corner 
6/24/2011  7 comments
As 3D printing hits the fashion circuit, the N12 bikini shows what's possible as the technology becomes mainstream.
Altium Fleshes Out EDA Data Management Strategy
CAD/CAM Corner 
6/23/2011  2 comments
On the heels of its milestone Designer 10 release, Altium is aiming to fill a gap in electronics design with its new series of Vault enterprise data management platforms.




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