Posts with tag: ‘CAD collaboration’

Engineering.com to stream Hardi & Oleg talking CAD collaboration: March 11

You’ve probably noticed GrabCAD’s founder and CEO Hardi Meybaum going head to head with PLM blogger Oleg Shilovitsky through this blog, BeyondPLM.com and twitter. We thought, why not take this debate to the next level? We’re getting these two in a room, turning the camera on and letting the world watch them address your burning CAD collaboration questions.

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Engineering.com will be hosting and moderating this historical event on Tuesday March 11th at 2pm EST and registration is now open.

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New report reveals how CAD users are wasting time and what they can do about it

Do you ever find yourself doing tedious, menial tasks in order to share a CAD file? I’m talking about the kind of tasks you certainly didn’t get a degree to do - taking screenshots of CAD models, nagging IT to prioritize your FTP site, sifting through different versions of your file (only to find out someone already wrote over your most recent, painstaking work). We asked around and it turns out that if the above describes you, you’re not alone.

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PDM is a technology of the past, CPD is the future

If you have more than one engineer in your company then you’ve had to figure out a way to manage CAD files. If you have a lot of engineers you’ve probably looked at tools like Product Data Management (PDM) or Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) systems. And chances are when you looked at these solutions, you noticed too many problems.

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Specifically, PDM and PLM don’t work the way you do. We think there’s a better way, and we’re calling it “Collaborative Product Development” (CPD).

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