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solidThinking Evolve for Architectural Design Modeling – Part 1

In this special feature article we explore solidThinking Evolve and its use in advanced architectural surface modeling. In this part 1 feature we demonstrate the basics in working with complex curved surfaces and forms

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Product In-Depth: SolidThinking Evolve 9.5’s Modeling Prowess

In this feature Product In-Depth article Adel Matar, senior product specialist for solidThinking, Inc. in Europe, spoke to us in detail about the latest version of solidThinking Evolve 9.5 with a particular focus on how the program works and its modeling capabilities. We also spoke quite a bit at length about architectural conceptual modeling–an area we hope to see solidThinking address more as its parent company Altair gets more focused and interested in the AEC market.

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AIA: solidThinking Evolve 9.5 offers designers and architects new level of control

During the AIA time-frame solidThinking Inc. announced now one but two major product updates. We have details here and some analysis at the bottom.

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AIA: Notes on Altair’s appearance at AIA and solidThinking 9.5

At AIA National in Denver Altair Corporation discussed at length its company’s presence and intentions in AEC with Architosh, including details about its collaborative work with large global AEC firms

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IMSI/Design TurboCAD Mac Pro and Deluxe 7 Ships

The most significant update in years ships for the popular CAD line

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solidThinking version 8.0 intro to the International Design Community

solidThinking 8.0 is introduced to the international design community – new version includes some an array of excellent new features and improvements, cementing the product’s reputation as a global leader in software for industrial and product design.

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Industry predicts more CAD coming to Mac OS X platform

NX 6 Mac talk on the Web sees change in the air for highend CAD — next generation wants to work on Mac — the best environment for design says Kenneth Wong of Desktop Engineering

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