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Content tagged with Design Hardware & Software posted in November 2011
3D Systems Buys Z Corp in Prototype Boost
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11/29/2011  14 comments
3D Systems buys one of its chief rivals, Z Corp, in a move designed to create scale and take 3D printing to the next level.
Nvidia Maximus Brings HPC Capabilities to the Workstation
Product News 
11/23/2011  4 comments
By marrying its Quadro professional GPU line with its Tesla computational engine, Maximus can simultaneously handle interactive graphic rendering and compute-intensive number crunching on a single workstation platform.
Autodesk Amps Mobile Sim With ForceEffect
News 
11/21/2011  8 comments
Autodesk is expanding its palette of mobile design apps with ForceEffect, a free mobile simulation app for the iPad focused on simulating early-stage conceptual designs.
Siemens PLM Portal Streamlines Part Selection
News 
11/15/2011  8 comments
Siemens PLM Software is serving up a portal for Solid Edge users that makes millions of precisely modeled commercial parts easily accessible in the native CAD format.
Maplesoft Schools Students With iPad App
News 
11/14/2011  16 comments
Maplesoft launched Maple Player for the iPad, testing the waters for a broader mobile strategy with students hungry for mobile-friendly engineering tools.
Retooling for Compliance
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11/10/2011  5 comments
Manufacturers are turning to PLM platforms and new supplier management processes to keep pace with the shifting compliance landscape and the need to manage more granular data.




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