Archives for MCAD
Signal flow technology is part of Vectorworks 2020 Service Pack 2 release on display at LDI booth 1131.
Berlin, Germany-based Graebert, has announced major updates to its ARES CAD software technologies at its annual conference held there this month. Here is a brief summary of the big news.
Autodesk collaborates with Volkswagen Group on generative design in electric showcase Microbus.
C3D Labs adds innovative Mesh to B-Rep editor and converter to its API Toolkit.
The program launches with 14 resellers, bringing in-person demos and local support to more than 34 countries across Europe and North America.
Free CAD file viewer adds dynamic sections, measurements, and calculation features.
The latest version of IMSI Design’s popular TurboCAD line is now available, offering full compatibility with AutoCAD 2019 and over three dozen new changes and improvements including 2D architectural and MCAD related changes including those for 3D printing.
The entertainment industry’s first open file format is now moving forward with enthusiasm and adoption by key participating manufacturers.
Autodesk releases new AutoCAD 2020—industry leading CAD software gains Microsoft and Box cloud integrations and numerous other features across its main desktop versions (macOS and Windows versions come with subscription) plus web version of AutoCAD and more.
New WebAssembly core rendering leads to a drastic reduction in library size and performance with faster downloads and startup times.
Siemens’ Digital Innovation Platform and NX software advance the design and engineering process by tapping into AI and Machine Learning within the context of their new Adaptive User Interface technology.
Delivering new options and deep control, CorelCAD 2019 offers robust (.dwg) native 2d-3d CAD capabilities on both macOS and Windows at an affordable price, with unique integration into Corel’s legendary CorelDRAW line of apps.
Our second INSIDER Report focuses on delivering the latest state of the art thinking about the present and future state of (.dwg).
With 80 software engineers largely in Eastern Europe, the Open Design Alliance (ODA) is a software powerhouse in its own right, now aiming to maximize CAD industry interoperability across a range of new initiatives. Importantly though, (.dwg) is far from legacy—new initiatives aim to put it back on the main stage.
Bricsys has possibly taken the leadership front in the area of merging Machine Learning (ML) within a CAD tool—it has demonstrated truly powerful and ground-breaking new intelligence in a (.dwg) native-based CAD and BIM tool, with specialized verticals coming by way of a powerful third-party API system.