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Content posted in September 2012
Oracle Packages Java for Embedded Systems Design
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9/28/2012  7 comments
Taking aim at emerging M2M applications, Oracle has bundled Java building blocks into a platform tuned for embedded systems design, along with releasing a run-time version aimed at low-power devices like microcontrollers.
Autodesk Plugs Integration Holes in Cloud-Based PLM
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9/27/2012  2 comments
Autodesk rolls out the Autodesk PLM 360 Connect suite of integration tools as part of a strategy to sync the cloud-based PLM platform to other cloud and enterprise systems in a seamless environment.
Next-Gen 3D Printer Targets Professionals
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9/26/2012  15 comments
With its higher resolution, bigger build volume, and support for multiple print jobs and materials, MakerBot is pushing its Replicator 3D printer line to the next level.
Next-Generation VLC Improves on XPRIZE-Winning Design
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9/25/2012  23 comments
Altair ProductDesign will assist the Edison2 team, providing engineering services around structural optimization and suspension design to accelerate design of the production-ready VLC 4.0 vehicle.
Game On for 3D Printing
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9/24/2012  13 comments
Ill Gotten Games turned to open-source 3D CAD tools and 3D printing to fast-track the development of its Pocket-Tactics strategy board game.
IMSI/Design Brings Markup to a Mobile Platform
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9/20/2012  14 comments
The new TurboReview app for both iOS and Android mobile devices lets engineers do both 2D and 3D markup when out in the field while delivering what it claims is the industry's first support for 3D PDF.
Autodesk Launches Cloud-Based Simulation Suite
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9/17/2012  4 comments
Autodesk Simulation 360 delivers a range of mechanical, fluid flow, thermal, and plastic injection-molding tools in the cloud with a pay-as-you-go pricing model.
Slideshow: SolidWorks' 2013 Upgrade
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9/14/2012  12 comments
Amidst the nearly 200-plus user-requested enhancements in SolidWorks 2013 are new 2D/3D electrical CAD capabilities, along with analysis capabilities for optimizing the design of plastic parts.
Getting Real With 3D Visualization
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9/13/2012  9 comments
Modern tools let engineers and non-engineers alike experience products in the virtual world, helping to accelerate development cycles and optimize designs.
MathWorks Modernizes Model-Based Design
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9/12/2012  5 comments
The latest versions of Simulink and MATLAB focus on user interface enhancements and other features meant to make them easier to use.
Siemens Technology Stack Takes the Sting Out of PLM
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9/7/2012  4 comments
Siemens PLM Software is assembling next-generation user interfaces, sophisticated search, and visualization technology coupled with highly granular industry-specific capabilities to reduce the ongoing complexity surrounding PLM.
MapleSim 6 Goes Heavy on Modelica Support
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9/6/2012  2 comments
In expanding support for the Modelica open-source language, MapleSim 6 aims to integrate its physical modeling and simulation capabilities with the rest of the design tool chain.
Slideshow: Content Creation Tools Push 3D Printing Mainstream
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9/5/2012  13 comments
In addition to a ready selection of low-cost 3D printer models, a host of 3D content creation tools and services is fueling mainstream adoption of the technology, along with a drive toward personal manufacturing.




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