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Lenovo unveils 2-in-1 mobile workstation for 3D CAD and digital sketching with Wacom technology

Published 01 December 2015

Posted by Greg Corke

Article tagged with: cad, wacom, sketching, tablet, mobile workstation, sff, conceptual design, small form factor

The Lenovo ThinkPad P40 Yoga features a 360-degree hinge so it can be used in standard laptop mode and tablet mode

Lenovo has launched a unique 2-in-1 laptop for product designers and architects that combines a pressure sensitive pen tablet with an entry-level 3D CAD mobile workstation in a single device.

The ThinkPad P40 Yoga will allow designers to start work in a digital sketching conceptual design tool like SketchBook Pro, Made with Mischief or SolidWorks Industrial Designer then move into detailed design in 3D CAD without having to change devices. 

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AU2015 - Day One

Published 01 December 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: autodesk, au2015

Welcome to our live blog from the opening day of Autodesk University 2015, the software giant’s user event for its vast portfolio of design tools.

There are more nationalities milling the halls than your average airport international arrivals lounge - and the scale of the event is greater than anything else I’ve ever attended, which is a reflection of the software being covered here: product design, engineering, architecture, construction, plus a smidgen of stuff for the visual effects markets - it’s busy.

We’ll be bringing you all the action below the line, so stick with us throughout the day.

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Nvidia delivers first Iray physically-based rendering plug-ins through dedicated online store

Published 01 December 2015

Posted by Greg Corke

Article tagged with: nx, rhino, nvidia, gpu, 3ds max, maya, iray, physically based rendering

Interior scene rendered in Nvidia Iray

Nvidia is shipping its first Iray plug-ins and has opened an online store to sell the physically based rendering add-ons direct to customers. Plug-ins will be sold at an introductory price of $295/year per license for each product.

Iray for Autodesk 3ds Max will be the first plug-in to be sold, closely followed by Iray for Autodesk Maya. Plug-ins for Autodesk Revit, Rhino and Cinema4D are currently in beta and should be available next year.

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ARRK opens new CNC machining hub

Published 27 November 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: cam, machining, prototyping, arrk

The new building adds a range of 3- and 5-axis machines to ARRK’s portfolio

Opening just across the street from its current prototyping facility, ARRK has announced its new dedicated building for rapid machining in Gloucester.

The 12,000sq ft space will significantly increase the number of CNC machines ARRK is able to operate, boosting numbers to 10 in total, with a mixture of 3- and 5-axis machines.

The expansion follows the announcement last month of it opening of a new rapid prototyping facility in Bydgoszcz, Poland.

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