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Content tagged with Design Hardware & Software posted in December 2011
CAD Resurgence Fueled by Technology
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12/29/2011  14 comments
2012 could prove to be a banner year for CAD as the tools are redefined by emerging technologies like cloud computing and mobile apps, according to Jon Peddie Research's 2012 Worldwide CAD Market Report.
Top 6 Design Hardware & Software Trends of 2011
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12/28/2011  16 comments
While there was no single bang-up technology in CAD and PLM during 2011, the category made huge strides in embracing mainstream capabilities to make the tools more accessible to a broader audience of users.
ANSYS 14.0 Primed for Multidisciplinary Engineering
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12/19/2011  10 comments
The latest release of the ANSYS multiphysics simulation suite is packed with enhancements designed to help engineering organizations take on the challenge of complex, multidisciplinary product design.
LED Thermal Characterization Gets Easier
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12/15/2011  11 comments
A new method combines hardware measurement and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software in a way that enables engineers to predict the heat inside an LED, as well as in the systems and subsystems that surround it.
3D Modeling & Printing for 'Personal Manufacturing'
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12/14/2011  12 comments
New additions to Autodesk's 123D family bring the power of 3D modeling and 3D printing to average consumers as part of an effort to empower non-engineers to create things on their own.
aPriori Adds Costing Tool to CAD
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12/9/2011  5 comments
The aPriori costing engine determines the cost of a part or product directly from a CAD model, based on the materials to be used and the factory that will produce it.
PTC Spins Out Windchill Service & Quality Modules
Product News 
12/1/2011  15 comments
As promised, PTC is delivering enhanced modules that expand the footprint of its Windchill 10.0 PLM release in critical areas like service and quality management.




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