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A Mac version of Southpaw’s product asset management system has hit the market
solidThinking Inspire 9.0 offers new sketch-based solids modeling features, enhanced navigation, Booleans and more…
One of the leading rendering and animation programs now supported in solidThinking
The new solidThinking Evolve 9.0 offers powerful new features within a simplified new user interface
Aimed to aid architects, artists, industrial designers, engineers, packaging specialists and CAD visualization professionals alike, easily obtain professional-quality studio lighting
New Modeling and Rendering Capabilities Helped Engineering Firm Design+Modo’s birth the innovative Three-Wheeled Speed “Trike.”
Award winning industrial designer, Nelson Au used Cobalt™ to design this circular USB creation.
In this In-Depth feature article Architosh talks to solidThinking Inc’s Alex Mazzardo and Andy Bartels about its newest features. In version 8.5, Inspired has added flexible new improvements while the core program has advanced well in the areas of rendering, modeling and interoperability.
solidThinking to showcase new features at upcoming IDSA International Conference
Bunkspeed’s core technology for its new and upcoming Bunkspeed SHOT runs on the Mac. The company says the Mac version will follow the initial release of SHOT. Behind the new SHOT is the new iray technology by Germany’s mental images.
SolidWorks’ Fielder Hiss clarifies his company’s plans and statements regarding a native version of SolidWorks for the Mac.
Once again there is confusion over SolidWorks on the Mac following a report on what was said to another journalist by a SolidWorks employee.
SolidWorks Corporation is indeed working on a native Mac version of their namesake flagship software. The MCAD giant’s software has been the second most popular Windows CAD software requested for the Mac behind AutoCAD according to Architosh Readers.
There have long been rumors about Solidworks coming out on the Mac, but Solidworks Corporation has consistently denied them. In fact the company has spoken to us directly about the issue and denied that they were even interested in the Mac.
solidThinking expands in Asia with strategic partnership with SiliconStudio Korea