In a typical busy week, you need to worry about deadlines, managers, coworkers, clients and deliverables.
But what about comfort while designing in CAD?Read More
The South by Southwest® (SXSW®) Conference showcases the best in new music, film and emerging technologies each year. This year, 3D printing was a huge topic with many demonstrations of ways it can be applied in different industries. These are four of the biggest 3D printing stories that came out of the conference.
What’s new in the world of CAD? Get a glimpse of what’s trending by checking out these 3D links.
There is no doubt that working in CAD is a rewarding experience both personally and professionally. Unfortunately, the repetitive motions inherent with it have been known to cause pain and injury for many professionals. This arm, wrist or hand pain stifles creativity, causes work to be less enjoyable and has the potential to drastically reduce productivity.Read More
You’ve likely felt this before. After long hours, awkwardly pressing the scroll wheel and endless, repetitive clicking, you experience pain or discomfort in your hands, wrists and / or arms. It may even get so bad you need to step away from your workstation.Read More
Becoming a great CAD manager isn’t easy. But continually developing your management skills pays dividends. Without a great manager, CAD teams can be technically skilled, but still underperform. That makes advanced management skills critical to the success of your career and company.Read More
This post was originally published on Line//Shape//Space, and is republished with their permission.
What’s 30 years old but looks brand new? Believe it or not, it’s 3D printing. Yep, additive manufacturing technology has been around since the Reagan era. Here’s a brief tour through the history of 3D printing.Read More
3Dconnexion®, the global leader in advanced 3D navigation devices, is excited to announce the release of the CadMouse, the first mouse designed specifically for CAD professionals.Read More