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Learn how ASCENT supports professionals taking the Autodesk Certified Professional Exam. ASCENT is an Authorized Author/Publisher of Autodesk Official Training Guides and offers free Autodesk Certification Exam Prep Sheets. As well, applicable ASCENT training guides incorporate Autodesk Certification exam objectives within the books. Together these help focus your study time on items directly covered in the exam.
Got 3 minutes? Let us show you how GibbsCAM interoperability with Autodesk Inventor and GibbsCAM’s superiority in ease of use, flexibility and efficiency in programming CNCs of all types, even the most complex multi-axis, multi-task machines, using models created with Inventor can provide substantial time and money programming your CNC machines. Watch Video: www.gibbscam.com/movie
Setting the standard for modern roundabout creation, TORUS once again pushes the boundaries of engineering efficiency and flexibility. With new improvements to the Vehicle Envelope Method and the introduction of the Vehicle Sensitive Design that uses enhanced customization of vehicle swept paths to model the geometry, engineers and planners can simultaneously plan, design, and analyze different roundabout configurations.
Find Out How ASCENT Helps Customers Embrace Autodesk Software Releases: Two customers explain the value they receive from ASCENT training guides.
Timely updates to ASCENT courseware ensures students learn the latest features available in new software releases. ASCENT training guides clearly call out new features and practice exercises ensuring students put new knowledge to use immediately. Featured guests: Timothy Vaughan, PC Applications Instructor, Huntington Ingalls Industries and Byl Beasley, Autodesk Training Centre Manager, Repro Products.
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Golaem Crowd is a powerful and easy to use crowd simulation plugin for Maya. Learn more & get your free evaluation on http://golaem.com/crowd
SIGGRAPH 2012 Art Gallery Chair, Osman Khan, takes you on a high-level tour of this year's art exhibition.
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Teaching prospective design engineers how to use industry standard design tools like CATIA is an important part of the Engineering Technology curriculum at Western Washington University (WWU). Despite the department’s focus on advanced technology, each student had to carry two to three heavy, paper-based, software text books per course. With more than 200 students enrolled in these CAD design courses each year, the amount of paper used was also an environmental concern for this progressive university.
Princeton University’s Eric Witter applies his more than 20 years of AutoCAD experience as a CAD Archivist. As the Facilities Organization’s information technology team leader, Eric administers all the CAD software and provides lunch-and-learn trainings as well as user support for colleagues.
- OpenCL™, or Open Computing Language, is the first open programming standard for writing software for general-purpose computing across both CPUs and GPUs. That may not sound that important on the face of it. But consider this: applications accelerated with OpenCL can access the combined processing power of a computer’s GPU and CPU cores under a single unified platform – a game-changing development for users of professional graphics and computational design software.
AMD Eyefinity multi-display technology launches a new era of panoramic computing, helping to boost productivity and multitasking with innovative graphics display capabilities supporting massive desktop workspaces, creating ultra-immersive computing environments with super-high resolution gaming and entertainment, and enabling easy configuration and supporting up to six independent display outputs simultaneously.
Kristine Middlemiss, Developer Consultant
Autodesk Developer Network
Kristine Middlemiss, Developer Consultant Autodesk Developer Network
April 2010, 30th
By Cyrille Fauvel
Autodesk Developer Network