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Mac CAD and 3D News: We have tidbits on SolidWorks’ new SolidWorks 2011 website, notes on our Mac-SolidWorks coverage and Dosch products that are new; plus a tidbit on a very engaging discussion on BIM at BIM Experts at LinkedIn.
New ARES Commander Edition 1.0 for Mac offers Apple’s platform another solid 2D/3D CAD system offering, with a CAD engine built by Dassault Solidworks.
SolidWorks’ Fielder Hiss clarifies his company’s plans and statements regarding a native version of SolidWorks for the Mac.
Luxion introduces next evolution with KeyShot – advanced real-time interactive ray-tracing program.
Once again there is confusion over SolidWorks on the Mac following a report on what was said to another journalist by a SolidWorks employee.
SolidWorks Corporation is indeed working on a native Mac version of their namesake flagship software. The MCAD giant’s software has been the second most popular Windows CAD software requested for the Mac behind AutoCAD according to Architosh Readers.
There have long been rumors about Solidworks coming out on the Mac, but Solidworks Corporation has consistently denied them. In fact the company has spoken to us directly about the issue and denied that they were even interested in the Mac.
With VMware clearly hustling to be in the fight with archrival Parallels, does it not make sense for VMware to establish partnerships with Windows-only CAD companies, much the same as what Parallels did with Autodesk?
Bunkspeed introduces HyperShot 10 – new version features all new rendering engine with patent-pending technology.
HyperShot 1.8 from Bunkspeed adds dozens of cool new features and even plugin support for SolidWorks and SketchUp users.
Mac CAD and 3D News: We have a new story on IKEA’s new IKEA Planner 3D software for the consumer and home owner; plus news on FileMaker Pro 10 and the battle Royale between Autodesk and SolidWorks over the term DWG.
Luxology showed their advancements in product design and visualization by allowing users to work directly with native SolidWorks Data Inside of modo.
solidThinking to be a hot ticket item at SolidWorks WORLD 2009 – as product development and manufacturing pipelines add world-class cross-platform product styling software application to the mix.
SolidSmack has a story on how to run Windows-only MCAD software SolidWorks on your Intel Mac Computer.
In this interview, Architosh speaks with both Robert (Bob) Little and Alex Mazzardo about Altair’s decision to buy solidThinking and what it means for the company, how solidThinking will expand its footprint in the United States, and why solidThinking should be the preferred choice of industrial designers everywhere.