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  • Building a CAD PC: Omnibus Edition

    Building a CAD PC: Omnibus Edition

    You’re here because you want to build an awesome CAD PC but would prefer not to cite Terry Crews when you explain your rig. What you want instead is a compilation of Ed Loptageui’s Engineering your own kick-ass CAD workstation build series. Ed’s bona fides include years as an aerospace engineer and technology evangelist. Check out his book. Let him know if you have questions. If you disagree, feel free to say so. Fair warning: you’ll probably lose that argument.

  • GRABCAD Print: The Why

    GRABCAD Print: The Why

    Before we officially launched GrabCAD Print, we wrote monthly “teaser” blogs that either described something that frustrated us about the current 3D printing process or alluded to a feature that would appear in the Beta release. For the sake of argument, let’s say that you didn’t read every single teaser blog over the course of five months. No problem. We’ve compiled those blogs here so you’ll have a metric ton of context before you dive in and download GrabCAD Print. Go on. Get after it.

  • After the Basics: A 3D Printing Handbook

    After the Basics: A 3D Printing Handbook

    When it comes to 3D printing, there is a giant gap between learning material for beginners and content meant for the extremely experienced. We’re here to help. We’ve set out to save you hours of googling and forum searching to bring you the intermediate 3D printing topics you’re craving – like when to use specialty filaments and tips for starting a print lab.

  • Modernize Your Engineering Curriculum

    Modernize Your Engineering Curriculum

    A good engineer wants to be modern. To be modern is to be current, and that more than anything else is what engineers should be. And this is what engineering professors are, and should be thinking about. This eBook is aimed at the engineering professor, new or experienced, that is interested in how their peers are thinking about the challenges associated with modernizing their curriculum.

  • Tech-Clarity's Expert Guide to Basic CAD Management

    Tech-Clarity’s Expert Guide to Basic CAD Management

    Engineers and their companies can’t afford the continued risk of unmanaged (or manually managed) CAD data. At the same time, traditional PDM and PLM solutions have been too much for many companies due to cost, complexity, and a lack of IT resources. So how do you decide the right solution for you? Jim Brown, president of independent analyst firm Tech-Clarity, has written a guide to help. Learn more about Workbench

  • Case Study: OEM Coordinates Design, Engineering & Manufacturing

    Case Study: OEM Coordinates Design, Engineering & Manufacturing

    Company: Hogtunes Industry: Manufacturing Results: United a team that is distributed – geographically and by discipline Saved time by managing and sharing files in native format Received better feedback faster Workbench allows us to manage our CAD files and ensures every team member, both internally and externally around the world, is using the correct design revision. Cameron Mitchell, Product Development @ Hogtunes

  • Compare Workbench to Dropbox

    Compare Workbench to Dropbox

    Dropbox is a great tool for sharing files, but it’s not built for CAD users. If you’re using Dropbox (or other general file sharing services) to share CAD, you’re wasting time and making mistakes.

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