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In this featured video, Architosh showcases the latest Vectorworks 2016 product highlights, including its industry-first Marionette technology, the first such algorithmic visual scripting environment included in a leading BIM application, plus nearly a dozen top key new features and nearly 100 improvements. Vectorworks 2016 looks to be one of the top software updates the AECO industry over the next year.
The design and manufacturing industries are worth $12 trillion annually, representing a massive and growing industrial segment which Apple has a big possible role to take place in. It used to be Apple had the hardware but lacked the software. Today, that software ‘issue’ is melting away faster than a snow cone in Tempe, Arizona. For once, the Mac CAD eco-system is looking truly ‘rich’
Legendary Silicon Valley innovator and venture capitalist firm comes on board cloud-based MCAD disruptor Onshape with $80 million financing round. Onshape utterly destroys the old platform hegemony pressures in the CAD world, opening up innovative design work across multiple OSs and mobile devices as well.
Autodesk this week announced a big fall update to its Fusion 360 mechanical and product design software platform for Mac and Windows systems.
In this interview Vectorworks Inc. CEO Sean Flaherty discusses his software company’s latest developments—including a new “brand name”, an exciting annual conference in the US and the latest Vectorworks release’s signature feature
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Cloud-based, Onshape, the platform agnostic MCAD company, is thrilled to announce this latest update has the ability to create professional 2D drawings, which, according to Onshape has been by far the most requested feature.
Global CAD software developer IMSI/Design has announced a new plugin toolset for TurboCAD Mac product line.
A new cloud platform called Frame is emerging this year as the most powerful option to create, access and manage a virtual Windows workstation or virtual desktop in the cloud—from just about any modern web browser on any device. Recently Architosh spoke with Nikola Bozinovic, CEO of Frame, to discuss his company’s offering and the larger trend afoot in the IT industry and what impact it may have on Apple’s Mac customers.
Autodesk just rolled out their July product update for Fusion 360 that demonstrates how rapidly Autodesk is innovating in the cloud-based CAD space. The notable improvement is in their team collaboration and they also added a new “Make” pane in the toolbar, providing access to new fabrication tools, including a new integration with Protolabs’ quoting service.
GRAPHISOFT, the leading Building Information Modeling (BIM) architectural software developer, has announced that GRAPHISOFT Brazil, a subsidiary in South America, has inked a deal with Fernandes Arquitetos Associados (FAA), one of Brazil’s major architecture firms and the only Brazilian firm responsible for designing two 2014 World Cup arenas.
In this special interview Architosh speaks to Bob Mayer, President, IMSI/Design, about the venerable product TurboCAD—about its technologies, platforms, and the future.
Autodesk recently updated Fusion 360 with many new features, introduced at Solid 2015 Confab.
Frame’s technology has been employed at major Mac developer Adobe for quite some time, while major CAD companies like Siemens and Nemetschek have ongoing trials or studies behind the scenes.
Frame started with the software vendors, like Adobe, but the company today has announced a $10 M funding round and release date for its Frame Personal and Frame Business end-user model launch in early July. The public beta will allow users to test out Frame’s technology for the first time without using the invite process which has been open for months.