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Slideshow: SolidWorks' 2013 Upgrade
9/14/2012

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SolidWorks 2013's PhotoView 360 rendering engine has been enhanced to support more textural appearances on objects, and a new network rendering capability allows for faster rendering of images by networking multiple computers together to share the computational load.   (Source: SolidWorks)
SolidWorks 2013's PhotoView 360 rendering engine has been enhanced to support more textural appearances on objects, and a new network rendering capability allows for faster rendering of images by networking multiple computers together to share the computational load.
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Beth Stackpole
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Re: Nice slideshow
Beth Stackpole   9/14/2012 2:27:38 PM
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It is pretty crazy the amount of capabilities they are folding into modern-day CAD programs. It's not just little feature enhancements for productivity or modeling power. There are entire swaths of capabilities, around sheet metal, simulation, product analytics, etc. that are now part and parcel of most CAD vendors' basic offering and definitely a core part of their extended suites.

Rob Spiegel
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Nice slideshow
Rob Spiegel   9/14/2012 1:34:43 PM
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Beth, this is a terrific slide show. It shows just how much detail you find these days in CAD software.

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