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ILEXSOFT of Italy releases HighDesign 2016 for Mac—Full Featured 2D CAD

New OS X only CAD system delivers new 64-bit performance and many new enhancements.

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Tech Soft 3D release HOOPS Visualize 2016—new 64-bit support for Apple iOS and more

Graphics toolkit boasts new 64-bit support for iOS and Android, advancements in performance and tight integrations with Parasolid modeling kernel and Autodesk’s RealDWG.






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Tidbits: Artlantis, e-on Vue and Cheetah 3D news

Mac CAD and 3D News: Abvent is getting closer to a 64-bit version of Artlantis; the entire Vue 9 product line up is now available and finally Cheetah 3D version 5.6 is a nice little free update for existing users.






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Autodesk Maya 2011 announced – Mac now 64 bit

Autodesk intros Maya 2011 at GDC Event – New 64-bit Mac support plus upgraded FBX utilities and upgraded integration with Final Cut Pro.






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Commentary: Snow Leopard may make June

A major developer is aiming their Snow Leopard dependent release for the June time-frame, suggesting strongly that Apple may have the next OS X operating system on store shelves as early as a day after the Apple WWDC keynote.






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McNeel Explains Leopard and 64-bit Rhino for Mac Users

Marlin Prowell of Robert McNeel & Associates explains the purpose behind the Leopard requirements for the latest Wanatchee build for Rhino Mac beta






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Maxon releases CINEMA 4D AE Release 11 – Even Faster!

Maxon Computer releases new standards with latest Architectural Edition (AE) of CINEMA 4D R11






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Autodesk announces 64-bit Revit Platform for BIM

Autodesk announces first 64-bit version of its Revit BIM Platform for the AEC industry – BIM tool still not available for Mac






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CAD Industry to Maintain Solid Growth Despite Poor US Economy

The global CAD (computer-aided design) industry will grow to over $8.2 billion by 2012 based on the latest research by Jon Peddie Research, according to its latest 2008 CAD Report. The Macintosh segment remains modest but will grow with the rest of the industry






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