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posted in April 2012

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PLM Providers Head to the Cloud
CAD/CAM Corner 
4/30/2012  8 comments
Building on the momentum of cloud-based business applications, PLM providers are serving up cloud-based variants of their platforms aimed at facilitating global product design collaboration and cost- effective deployment.
Prodrive Shifts 3D Printing Into High Gear
CAD/CAM Corner 
4/27/2012  13 comments
Now in phase three of its implementation, Prodrive is not only using additive manufacturing technologies to test surrogate parts, it's actually 3D printing end-use parts for the finished MINI John Cooper Works World Rally Car.
Comment:Re: Objet - Beth Stackpole-4/25/2012
Stratasys & Objet Merge in 3D Printer Partnership
News 
4/24/2012  17 comments
Citing complementary product lines, 3D printer players Stratasys and Objet merge to create a combined company with the scale to take on the growing market.
Slideshow: Young Designers Flex Engineering Chops
STEM Connection 
4/17/2012  34 comments
From human-powered helicopters to ball-throwing robots, student engineering competitions not only promote STEM education, but they also serve as a platform for innovation for commercial products.
Autodesk Bets Big on the Cloud
CAD/CAM Corner 
4/13/2012  19 comments
The cloud lies at the heart of Autodesk's 2013 software portfolio for manufacturers, a response, officials say, to a fundamental shift in the way people are conducting engineering and design work.
Vuuch Makes Product Development Social
CAD/CAM Corner 
4/12/2012  24 comments
Emphasizing enhancements like deliverable-specific dashboards and timelines, along with Facebook-like threaded discussions, Vuuch V5 promotes a collaboration-focused agenda for social product development.
CAD Primed for Plastic Parts Design
News 
4/11/2012  13 comments
Recognizing their growing and more sophisticated use, SolidWorks and Autodesk have rounded out their portfolios with tools aimed at optimizing the design and manufacturing of plastic parts.
CFD Tool Adds Moving Object Simulation
News 
4/10/2012  9 comments
With its latest STAR-CCM+ v7 release, cd-Adapco joins the ranks of CAD and CAE vendors bolstering tighter connections between the two design tool platforms.
Dassault Deal Brings Social Media to Design Table
CAD/CAM Corner 
4/6/2012  9 comments
Dassault's vision for the post-PLM era is to enable 3D experiences where designers, engineers, marketing managers, and consumers connect around social innovation.
Low-Cost CAD Options Fuel Growth
CAD/CAM Corner 
4/4/2012  16 comments
New subscription pricing models and lower cost tools are fueling a resurgence in the CAD software market, giving smaller companies and independent CAD professionals entrée to software that was previously out of reach.


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