What’s all the fuss about 3D mice? We decided to ask real engineers, designers and 3D professionals how and why they use 3D mice in their design work.
Jonathan Landeros is a senior applications engineer at KETIV Technologies and an avid 3Dconnexion 3D mouse user. He also blogs at Inventor Tales. We caught up with Jonathan to talk about why he uses a 3D mouse.
Need to tune up your designs or dive into a completely new project to keep your skills sharp? These eight links are your ticket to new skills and deeper CAD knowledge.
Creative blocks tend to strike at the most inconvenient times—like when hard deadlines or big projects loom.
Creativity is an art and science, and it’s not easy to master. Greats like Van Gogh, Picasso and Monet hit creative ruts the same as you. But they didn’t wait for creativity to reappear. They, as author Jack London put it, went “after it with a club.”
How important is creativity? More than Da Vinci or Van Gogh could possibly have imagined.
As a CAD professional or enthusiast, learning new skills is invaluable. Luckily, there are always tools, tips, tricks and research to help you improve your performance, learn new techniques and stay at the top of your game.
The benefits of adopting a 3D mouse and using a two-handed workflow are clear: a better connection to your designs, increased productivity and a more comfortable workflow all top the list.
Original 3Dconnexion research based on a survey of nearly 2,000 CAD workers indicates that the top three challenges CAD professionals face are all productivity related.
Whenever you’re designing something in 3D, creativity matters. Without a close connection to your model, you risk not delivering the best possible result, stifling your potential and even the opportunity for future projects.
As the year draws to a close, we’re thinking a lot about how to make 2014 the best possible year for 3D designs. To that end, check out this month’s awesome 3D software tutorials and inspiring news. Both are sure to jumpstart your design creativity as we round out the year.
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