The CAD Revolution - Enabling CAD Independence across the Team
The first book in this series is a must-read for anyone dealing with CAD. It analyzes the CAD Revolution, by contrasting how different modeling technologies have been used traditionally against a more progressive vision. Specifically, this comparison is done in the context of numerous product development roles and then discussed in more detail in the following chapters.
The CAD Revolution - What does it mean for the CAD manager?
The second eBook of new free eBook series by Chad Jackson. This eBook provides an insight into the problems that CAD managers have dealt with for years, and how the CAD Revolution is going to help.
The CAD Revolution - What does it mean for CAD specialists?
The third eBook of new free eBook series by Chad Jackson. This eBook provides an insight into the challenges that CAD specialists are facing, and how the CAD Revolution helps.
The CAD Revolution - What does it mean for product engineers?
In the most recent chapter of The CAD Revolution eBook series, written especially for product engineers, Jackson looks closely at what traditional CAD systems originally promised, why they don’t deliver on those promises, and how the CAD Revolution could bring relief.
The CAD Revolution - What does it Mean for the Simulation Specialist?
Becoming a Simulation Analyst isn't the easiest career
track in the world. In school, you took advanced courses
in engineering physics and studied terribly complex
computational methods. And you've applied it to the real
world by using it in product design. But despite all that
hard work, you're spending more time tinkering with
geometry than performing simulation and analysis. And
that’s not exactly the best use of your capabilities...
NEW! Chapter 6:
The CAD Revolution - What it means for Manufacturing Engineers
There’s no doubt: to drive growth in the recovery,
products are important again. And while there are
many challenges developing a new design,
manufacturing engineers are the ones that have to
turn them into reality. You have to make the rubber
meet the road.
For you, CAD isn’t the center of the universe. Sure, you
have to design tooling. But you also have to close the
loop on the product’s manufacturability and generate
toolpaths to drive equipment...