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Onshape’s new In-Context design features take a leading position within the MCAD industry with respect to top-down design in complex multi-part and multi-assembly design. The latest update brings these to users in addition to other enhancements.
New distributor Tecnología Dinámica de México to sell Vectorworks locally.
Is the new Touch Bar on the MacBook Pro really a “pro” level feature or simply something consumers want to play around with? CAD developers have their say.
A big week for DWG CAD systems on the Mac, Graebert follows Autodesk and announces ARES Commander 2017 is now available, serving native DWG CAD to Mac, Windows, Linux and iOS and Android devices.
Autodesk has just released its most Mac-centric version of AutoCAD ever. And the company continues deep investment in its most famous product.
Autodesk announces new versions of AutoCAD for Mac—2017 releases of AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT.
Software publishers push out good Black Friday and Cyber Monday Holiday Sales.
ILEXSOFT’s co-founder says its expansion into the world of CAD on Windows, with its uniquely flavored Mac-only CAD, HighDesign, is more than just responding to its customers—it’s also about fitting into BIM workflows.
HighDesign 2017 not only boasts many excellent new features, the product adds a “consumer-level” priced LT version to the lineup and the company announces HighDesign is coming to Windows.
Software publisher Encore has released Evolution Software’s latest update in ViaCAD 10 for macOS and Windows platforms.
By providing native apps across all major operating systems—desktop or mobile—including the cloud via the modern browser, Onshape’s CAD partner, the Berlin-based Graebert, aims to give CAD users the world over the most flexible access to their DWG based data.
Mac CAD and 3D News: Today we have tidbit news items on Strata 3D, MCAD darling Onshape and Vectorworks energy modeling AIA learning session featuring Energos.
New webinar on Information Modeling workflows using Vectorworks Landmark for landscape design professionals.
Vectorworks, Inc., a global BIM software developer has announced a series of new credit worthy webinars.
Steve Jobs famously failed with his iconic NeXTcube computer. And then 10 years later, back at Apple, he failed again with ice-motif Power Mac G4 Cube. Both machines were inspiring and innovative on many levels, so it comes as no surprise—really—that Apple’s Jony Ive, who designed the latter machine also, wouldn’t take a shot one more time.