Archives for MCAD Archives - Architosh
The ODA — or Open Design Alliance — has an important Summit each year offering attendees to see critical developments in AEC interoperability technologies.
Rhino 7 is now available for Apple Silicon Macs, plus adds a new powerful modeling command called MultiPipe.
Already prominent on Apple’s iOS platform, Shapr3D stands to benefit further as it expands on Apple’s exciting Apple Silicon Mac platform.
Epson SureColor T-Series production-grade printers debut – delivering industry-leading speeds for Windows and Mac platform environments.
3D viewers are critical to success in the display of virtual products—new Khronos standard will boost consumer adoption and confidence.
Autodesk revenues for its first quarter of its fiscal 2022 increased 12 percent from year ago quarter, show solid future and fundamentals.
IMSI Design delivers a major update to its flagship product line—new TurboCAD 2021 professional CAD product line gains benefits from ODA.
Vectorworks adds two new distributors to the APAC region covering Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, India, Bangladesh, and other nearby countries.
New CAD market research report says overall CAD market to double between 2019 and 2030 — details sectors, drivers, trends and opportunities.
New Radeon PRO Enterprise Software release will improve productivity in the age of work-from-home for numerous CAD/3D professionals.
Autodesk AutoCAD 2022 and AutoCAD LT 2022 are now available, offering users a more connected and streamlined design experience.
Shapr3D introduces Drawings feature and new Business plan, advances itself towards MCAD heavy weight territory with more to come.
The new CorelCAD 2021 just announced offers enhanced professional 2D/3D CAD features within a native (.dwg) file format, M1 chip support on macOS, and the latest AutoCAD file compatibility.
The ODA ships SDKs for Apple Silicon Macs — offering CAD and 3D developers on the Mac platform smooth transition to next-gen Macs support.
Graebert ARES Commander 2022 and ARES Trinity CAD technologies are unveiled at Graebert Annual Meeting in Berlin—including first ARM Mac CAD solution offered to the market.