Not many new specials and releases this week, but two awesome live programs! On Tuesday join us for the 12th episode of How to Succeed in Architecture. We invited Ross Chapin, Maia Small and Ben Brown to discuss Pocket Neighborhoods and Other Ideas to Build Community.
And if you are a Design Engineer or an Engineering Manager, join us on Wednesday to learn about Sheet Metal Design with Solid Edge. Kevin Grayson will return to the Novedge Webinar Series for a one hour live webinar and Q&A.
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No new specials this week, but many promotions are coming to an end. Here's the complete list, which includes RealFlow 2014, Toon Boom, V-Ray 3.0 for Maya, Microscribe, the July Bundle Promo including formZ / bonzai 3d + Maxwell Render V3, and VisualARQ 1.8. Grab the software you are looking for now, and save big!
For the 12th episode of our live, interactive series, we invited Ross Chapin, Ben Brown and Maia Small to talk about public and private space, the scale of sociability and how architects and planners can design for connection and community. This episode will broadcast live on Tuesday July 29th at 11 am PDT, and as always you will be able to ask questions and interact with other audience members and with the panelists. Register here.
This webinar is for Design Engineers and Engineering Managers who want to learn more about Solide Edge and to discover how Solid Edge delivers the most productive sheet metal CAD package available.
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If it's not in the actual 3D modeling and sketching, where is the real difference between the two programs?