About Jeffrey Rowe
Jeffrey Rowe
Jeffrey Rowe has more than 40 years of experience in industrial design, mechanical engineering, and manufacturing. He has written over 2,000 articles for CAD, CAM, CAE, and other technical publications, as well as consulting in many capacities in the product development community. As a subject leader for engineering.com, Jeff brings extensive hands-on experience with many design and production software products, and bases his commentary on this experience with the products and services he evaluates, and not baseless marketing hype.

Entries for 'Jeffrey Rowe'

From Design Database Shards Come Great Products
A design database instead of design files is only one of the things that sets Onshape apart from the...
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Survey Says: Product Development Sees Key Benefits from the Cloud
Users embracing cloud platforms and reaping benefits
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ZW3D 2019: Delivering Performance from Design Through Manufacturing
Enhancements cover the entire product development lifecycle.
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nanoCAD Provides a Capable Alternative and Worthy Competition to AutoCAD
The full-featured 2D/3D CAD software delivers an open API at a great price.
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SOLIDWORKS World 2019: The Times They Are a-Changin’
Next year SOLIDWORKS World will be a new 3D experience.
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Managing Product Complexity, Regulations and Requirements
Increasingly complex products demand tighter and more comprehensive requirements to ensure product q...
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DMSC Updates QIF 3.0 Standard that Promotes Digital Thread
Standard improves integration of PMI and inspection in product development process.
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CorelCAD 2019 Advances 3D Modeling and 2D Drafting
New features and enhancements improve 2D/3D design workflow.
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Is the Future of All Engineering Simulation in the Cloud?
SimScale’s cloud-based simulation platform provides a simple yet powerful and economical alternative...
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IronCAD’s Newest Multiphysics Version Enhances FEA Simulations
New technologies and updates specifically address assembly analysis.
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PTC Reports Good Q1 2019 Revenue and Profit Results
PTC reported first quarter revenue of $335M and net income of $21M with big boost from IoT.
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Predicting the Future of Engineering Technologies Isn’t Exactly a Science
Which technologies will be hits and which ones will be misses in 2019?
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Siemens Partners with Modelon to Integrate Simulation Approaches
The partnership provides users the ability to develop, reuse and integrate Modelica libraries with S...
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Nastran 2019.0: Improved Accuracy Without Sacrificing Performance
New release emphasizes simulation features especially suited for electric vehicles.
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Integrating Simulation with PLM and Industry 4.0
Expanding beyond its historical roots, Maya HTT is bringing simulation to PLM and Industry 4.0 with ...
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First Look: What’s New and Improved in Cloud-Based Onshape?
Some of the most significant recent improvements to Onshape involve the feature list, drawings, part...
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IronCAD Releases 20th Edition
The IronCAD Design Collaboration Suite is the 20th Anniversary Edition of the software.
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EDEM’s New Discrete Element Method Product Maximizes Performance with GPUs
EDEM releases new DEM technology that can quickly and accurately simulate and analyze the behavior o...
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Easing Product Development Frustrations with Cloud-Based Systems
Product development can be a frustrating process and experience, but teams that succeed increasingly...
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Forge DevCon 2018: Unraveling the Mystery of Autodesk’s Development Platform
Autodesk Forge has been getting more attention lately, but why? We attended the Forge developers con...
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