About Kyle Maxey
Kyle Maxey
Kyle Maxey is a mechanical designer and writer from Austin, TX. He earned a degree in Film at Bard College and has since studied Mechanical and Architectural drafting at Austin Community College. As a designer Kyle has had vast experience with CAD software and rapid prototyping. One day he dreams of becoming a toy designer.

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What Can a Community Do for CAD/CAM?
How do community and collaboration come together in Fusion 360 to improve the way that engineers dev...
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Using the Sun and Biology, a Solar Car Becomes More Efficient
Evolutionary design is guiding engineering like never before, and today's young engineers are using ...
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What’s Inside the Modern Engineer’s Toolkit?
A Modern Engineering Toolkit is table stakes for innovating today, but what is a Modern Engineering ...
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OPTIS Updates Light Simulator SPEOS
OPTIS updates it SPEOS simulation engine to make automotive design more efficient.
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Bsquare Improves Integration to Make Data Visualization More Effective
New integration with Amazon and Microsoft makes DataV visualization tools more effective at communic...
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OPTIS’ VRX Update Targets Automaker’s Failures to Meet IIHS Lighting Failures Standards
OPTIS delivers a new virtual lighting simulation system meant to pass the road’s most stringent ligh...
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Is MIT About to Change the Way We Use CAD?
Is InstantCAD, a new software plug-in from MIT and Columbia University, the spark that will catalyze...
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AutoCAD 2018.1 Sees Incremental Improvements and One Big Change
Autodesk continues its tradition of incremental improvements to its flagship 2D CAD software.
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Spatial Releases Online Viewer and Improves Collaboration
A new Web viewer makes collaborating on 3D models more mobile.
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Autodesk Is Set to Jumpstart its Big Vision for Generative Design
Autodesk launches a beta generative design tool for Netfabb 2018 users, and there’s a big idea brewi...
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