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Autodesk has many excellent sessions this week at SIGGRAPH. The exhibit kicks off today and runs through 13th.
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.
Fisher Unitech will now be offering the popular Makerbot 3D printer line to their customers, expanding offerings and widening their customer profile.
Project Ignite is a learning platform available to students of all ages that was created specifically to bring the essence of the Maker Movement to the classroom. The program includes free design software, step-by-step projects as well as hardware purchasing options, including 3D printing and electronics kits.
Global local 3D printer “connector” company published report on most popular 3D modeling formats sent to the agency for 3D printing jobs. Report hints at global popularity of CAD and 3D softwares.
Architosh reviews the latest version of IMSI/Design’s TurboCAD Mac Pro 8. Since 2006 the company returned to the Mac CAD market with its leading TurboCAD product lineup and the native Mac code-based versions offer compelling solutions at various levels of the low to mid-level CAD space. Powered by the power Spatial ACIS geometry modeling kernel, TurboCAD Mac Pro 8 offers many new modeling features plus rendering, workspace/workflow and much more.
Autodesk introduces next version of 123D Sculpt with Sculpt+ with in-app 3D printing ordering abilities
We have some interesting news items here on a new ‘BIM Brothers’ Rap video…as well as news of the Spider Dress. Check it out!
Mac and iOS CAD/3D News: We have tidbits on plugin updates for Maxwell render for bonsai 3D, Trimble buying up a BIM MEP consultant player, news on the latest NX update and more…
At NYC’s recent 3D Printing Conference 3D Systems not only keynoted the conference but showed off upcoming and current leading edge solutions for 3D printers and their associated technology
For those less-CAD savvy, AC3D has come out of the limelight as a 3D printing solution
3D Tin is a new browser-based basic 3D modeling application
HP has inked deal with Stratasys which recently introduced uPrint 3D printing for under 15,000 US dollars — new HP deal may signal mainstream 3D printing for the masses
Pixologic Introduces Decimation Master and 3D Print Exporter – Plugins for their popular ZBrush 3D application for Mac and Windows