Posts with tag: ‘grabcad’

New eBook: Making Your Case For Product Data Management

You love the idea of Product Data Management (PDM) at your company. To say that you loathe unmanaged CAD files is a woeful understatement and only insults your passion for a single source of truth. Every night for the last two weeks you’ve stayed awake late into the night researching feature lists, supported systems, pricing, and word of mouth reports. You even built a buying framework complete with matching scorecard.
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Fusion 360 Key For Concept Design: An Interview With Aurel Estidial

One of the early adopters of the integration between Workbench and Fusion 360 is Aurel Estidial, creator of Microgeneration Concepts. The objective of Microgeneration Concepts is to design energy conversion systems for small scale power generation. Aurel is a huge advocate of open source projects so the open engineering capabilities of Workbench naturally caught his attention.


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Good Gets Better – Now You Can Import Directly From Workbench To Keyshot

Renderers can rejoice, the integration between Luxion KeyShot and GrabCAD is even tighter. This means it’s even easier to share your renderings - whether you’re seeking to show as many people as possible, or just with private project collaborators.

KeyShot GrabCAD Integration

Back in June we told you about how our partnership with Luxion allowed you to publish Keyshot renderings and images directly to the GrabCAD community library or to GrabCAD Workbench. Let’s review the original integration and then check out the even stronger interoperability just released.
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Get your partners going with Workbench

Recently, we held a webinar for existing Workbench users with advice on the first thing you should do to create a successful project - get your collaborators on board to participate! Check out these useful tips for optimizing your project for sharing.

Invite to share

This presentation by GrabCAD VP of Sales and Marketing, Rob Stevens, is now available as a recording or you can read the summary here.
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