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Content tagged with Design Hardware & Software posted in January 2012
CAE Drives Dutch High-Performance Auto
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1/26/2012  22 comments
Using an integrated CAD/CAE platform, Donkervoort bolstered the muscle of its D8 GTO sports car without creating a drag on performance.
Autodesk Expands Surface Modeling Credo
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1/25/2012  7 comments
The acquisition of a little-known specialty tools maker puts more accessible surface modeling technology within reach of Autodesk's digital prototyping software portfolio.
Slideshow: Top 5 Robotics Trends to Watch in 2012
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1/23/2012  22 comments
The most important robotics trends of this coming year will enable volume manufacturing and greater integration of robotics with machine vision and automated systems.
Slideshow: Top 5 Automation & Control Trends to Watch in 2012
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1/17/2012  32 comments
In 2012 we'll see an expansion of plant technology, from the connected plant network to cloud computing and remote monitoring.
3D Systems Brings 3D Printing to Masses
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1/13/2012  12 comments
3D Systems is putting up stakes in the consumer market with Cubify.com, an online community and content creation site, and the Cube, its first personal 3D printer for the home.
Crowdsourcing Creates CAD Groundswell
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1/12/2012  12 comments
While crowdsourcing has the potential to boost innovation, manufacturers have been slow to embrace the strategy, put off by quality concerns and engineers' reticence to participate in an open development forum.




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