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Apple has released macOS 10.12 Sierra and its out and being enjoyed. Can you run it on your formZ machine? You can, but there are some caveats due to Gatekeeper changes on the OS.
This marks the 21st year that AutoDesSys has given prizes to recognize outstanding student digital design work. This year’s competition received a fantastic response with many excellent student project submissions.
formZ founder and Mac 3D software luminary Dr. Chris Yessios, discusses all things formZ and modeling including the future of his program in a very informative interview at CAD Digest. We summarize a few highlights and add our analysis to what we learned.
AutoDesSys has a new product line as of this month, now with three versions of formZ, including a free version, the legendary modeling developer can now focus on one product core to delver products to compete at both the high and low end of the market, delivering crucial 3D modeling technology to both Mac and Windows customers.
AutoDesSys, Inc., talks to Architosh about what’s coming up this summer in the new formZ 8—covering in detail such new features as its Subdivision Surface Modeling tools, new OpenGL Interactive Rendering improvements and much more…
formZ 8 beta is now out and open to all formZ 7 users. New update offers numerous improvements including big OpenGL improvements
New formZ 7 and bonzai 3d 3.0 to be showcased at AIA Denver next week
formZ software maker updates its SketchUp competitor tool, bonzai 3d to version 3.0 — adds 80 new features
bonzai 3D Intro Webinar available with Q&A Session after…
AutoDesSys releases new Maxwell Render for formZ 7 rendering plugin
AutoDesSys announces formZ 7 official release time for SIGGRAPH
AutoDesSys, Inc., has two upcoming webinar events on the new formZ 7
formZ 7 article makes note of the new modeler..including product design oriented features
formZ 7 webinars coming up. Check out what is new in the legendary modeler…
Mac CAD and 3D News: We have tidbits on formZ 7 open beta and Vectorworks learning opportunities. We also have news Luxion’s new support of Autodesk Maya and 3ds Max