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WorldCAD Access 2014-07-22 20:25:00
by Owen Wengerd, ManuSoft Among A&E firms that produce CAD drawings, it is common practice to maintain ownership of the drawings they create. In theory, this ownership is predicated on well-established contract and copyright law. In practice, however, it can...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-07-21 19:18:40
When we think about the biggest CAD software companies, we think of the Big Four who make more than $1 billion a year: #1 Dassault Systemes ($2.6B) #2 Siemens PLM Systems (?) #3 Autodesk ($2.3B) #4 PTC ($1.3B) (? -...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-07-15 18:47:00
Tip A reader writes: Some time ago I bought ARES Commander and I use it on my Linux Mint. As the Mint upgrades every 6 months, I was asking Graebert for a new activation code every time. Well, the last...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-07-14 08:38:00
Faster than the ribbon The fastest way to get things done on computer is through keyboard shortcuts, and these are the ones I use often. (Depending on the software, certain ones might not work.) Ctrl+W to close the current window;...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-07-11 23:41:04
by Roopinder Tara, Tenlinks.com How do you tell the largest CAD user base in the world that they they are going to cut off? You don't. SketchUp, known and loved by millions, was revised late last year. There was the...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-07-10 18:35:46
MobileCAD is fairly unimportant to deep-pocket CAD vendors An email buddy writes, CADO [from England's Orange Juice Studios] ... had a somewhat tragic Kickstarter campaign, and I'm not sure if any major CAD firm has taken any interest supporting the...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-07-08 08:10:00
by Roopinder Tara, Tenlinks.com What if making architectural models was easy, fun, cheap -- and clean? What if it they came in kits with pieces you can snap together, pieces that may actually resemble architectural elements like walls, floor and...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-07-07 21:19:00
Issue #326 upFront.eZine takes its annual summer vacation from now until mid-August. See you then! In the meantime, you can continue to follow CAD and other news right here on this blog. Two companies are taking their CAD software in...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-07-07 15:17:50
Hope for the hopeless When Microsoft added the Recycle Bin to Windows for holding erased files for up to a month, external devices tended to be read-only, such as CDs. There was no need for the Recycle Bin to support...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-07-02 18:16:47
$10 a month for the rest of my life When we first moved to this town, the local phone service was cheap: $11 a month, because we could only call two nearby, smaller towns without incurring long distance charges. Then...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-06-30 19:08:19
Issue #325 "This is one of the most interesting times in CAD. Mobile is part of that. We want to bring technology to screens wherever people are." That is what the chief technology officer told me in a recent conference...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-06-30 16:46:03
by Roopinder Tara, Tenlinks.com Quite often, companies pay for journalists to attend their events by covering all the costs. This has most journalists jumping for joy: it's one of the perks of being part of the press. There are not...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-06-24 04:11:55
Issue #324 My readers had a lot to say about HP and their printers -- complaints, largely. Also this week I have for you my notes from 1996-7 and what was considered important in CAD in those days. You can...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-06-20 15:59:28
ART is 50% faster than Dalvik The tech media is all a-twitter today, copying each other's stories about the new runtime environment in the "next release" of Android. A few, however, hint at the truth: that ART (Android Run Time)...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-06-19 20:29:41
You have to turn on mouse gestures One of my frustrations running Windows apps on touch screen computers or tablets is that the touch interface of programs is immature compared with Android or even iOS. This is a surprise, given...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-06-16 19:13:58
Issue #323 HP's page-wide large-format printer spitting out D-size sheets a last week's launch event It was hard writing and editing this week's upFront.eZine AND be watching the Germany-Portugal World Cup game. But I did it, and I incorporated a...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-06-12 17:13:21
by Roopinder Tara, Tenlinks.com HP's large format printer division is based in Barcelona, but their print heads are made in San Diego. The software may well be written in Oregon, and their PR firm is headquartered in Atlanta -- an...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-06-11 16:16:30
Semi-live coverage from San Diego Tuesday I was in San Diego for HP's North American launch event for two new large-format printers. I had taken along a new portable PC but it didn't work out so well on its maiden...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-06-11 15:01:15
Thanks for reading! In checking the stats today, I see that WorldCAD Access has around 12,000 readers: 10,767 through RSS feeds, according to Feedburner 800 to 1,600 each day visit this blog directly, according to TypePad


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WorldCAD Access 2014-06-09 08:10:00
Issue #822 This week I am travelling to San Diego (CA USA) for HP's unveiling of its newest large-format printers. In the meantime, this week in upFront.eZine I have for you: 1. Greabert's CAD Software First to Run on Four...


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