Our Most Popular Articles for 2016
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Carl Bass Brings Autodesk Into Its Golden Age
Roopinder Tara, January 5, 2016
29,256 views

The biggest CAD company in the world has grown to be much more than CAD—but challenges lie ahead.

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Image courtesy of Sergio Prior/Breton S.p.A.

The What, Why and How of 5-Axis CNC Machining
Ian Wright, April 22, 2016
22,624 views

Answering the most common questions about 5-axis milling.

 

Top 10 Video Games for Engineers
Shane Laros, September 9, 2016
21,996 views

Video games that pique science, technology, engineering and mathematics interests.

 

Russia Has an Amphibious Monster Truck—And You Can Buy One
Erin Green, March 8, 2016
21,029 views

SHERP ATV looks like an oversized Tonka truck and drives like a miniature tank.

 

Passive WiFi: A New Standard for the Internet of Things?
Tom Lombardo, February 28, 2016
20,875 views

Passive WiFi could let certain Internet of Things devices run without a power source. Here’s how it works.

 

Current Overview of Simulation Technology
Shawn Wasserman, July 13, 2016
20,692 views

Trends of CAE: Democratization, model-based systems engineering, topology optimization and more.

 
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Image courtesy of Saba Shahverdi.

BREAKING NEWS: Autodesk and Trimble Sign Interoperability Agreement
Erin Green, June 14, 2016
20,179 views


MathWorks: Product Digitization Is a Boost for Smart Algorithms and Simulation
Verdi Ogewell, April 25, 2016
19,107 views

With MATLAB and Simulink, MathWorks has more than a million users. The bet on simulation-based design and development tools for code generation has proven to be a successful and forward-looking way into the future.

 
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Image courtesy of GE.

How Do We Move from Metal Rapid Prototyping to Metal Additive Manufacturing?
Michael Molitch-Hou, May 31, 2016
18,853 views

Experts weigh in on their efforts to push metal 3D printing to widespread adoption.

 

Autodesk Announces the Release of AutoCAD 2017
Kyle Maxey, March 21, 2016
18,826 views

Autodesk releases AutoCAD 2017. Even after 34 years, the software is still improving.


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