Friday, May 31, 2013
During the period August 1, 2012 to May 25, 2013, Reprographics 101 was hosted on / published on the IRgA web-site. The “old” IRgA web-site was discontinued on or around May 31, 2013, and, in order to preserve a record of the posts that appeared on the Repro 101 Blog during the above-mentioned period of time, we printed all of those posts to “pdf” files. Each pdf file contains multiple posts.
This document contains a “date-range” index (in reverse order) to the posts put up on Reprographics 101 during the above mentioned time period.
Please note the following:
These files are hosted on Google Drive (formerly known as Google Docs)
These archived files are in pdf format. Most of the files contain 12 to 15 individual blog-posts, so, when you click a link to a pdf file, give the pdf file some time to load.
Many blog posts contain links to documents that originally appeared on other blog-sites and web-sites or to blog-sites or web-sites. If you want to get to the document (or web-site) the post linked to, it will be necessary for you to “download” the pdf file. Once you’ve done that, the pdf file you downloaded should contain “active” links.
If you cannot find a blog-post you’re looking for, contact email@example.com, and I will do my best, time permitting, to find the blog-post you’re looking for.
DATE RANGES AND LINKS:
Repro 101 on IRgA site - Page 1 - May 13 to May 25 2013
Repro 101 on IRgA site - Page 2 - Apr 26 to May 11 2013
Repro 101 on IRgA site - Page 3 - Mar 30 to Apr 25 2013
Repro 101 on IRgA site - Page 4 - Mar 20 to Mar 30 2013
Repro 101 on IRgA site - Page 5 - Mar 8 to Mar 20 2013
Repro 101 on IRgA site - Page 6 - Feb 18 to Mar 7 2013
Repro 101 on IRgA site - Page 7 - Feb 1 to Feb 16 2013
Repro 101 on IRgA site - Page 8 - Jan 23 to Jan 31 2013
Repro 101 on IRgA site - Page 9 - Jan 7 to Jan 22 2013
Repro 101 on IRgA site - Page 10 - Dec 4 2012 to Jan 7 2013
Repro 101 on IRgA site - Page 11 - Nov 6 to Dec 2 2012
Repro 101 on IRgA site - Page 12 - Oct 21 to Nov 6 2012
Repro 101 on IRgA site - Page 13 - Oct 6 to Oct 17 2012
Repro 101 on IRgA site - Page 14 - Sep 25 to Oct 6 2012
Repro 101 on IRgA site - Page 15 - Sep 14 to Sep 21 2012
Repro 101 on IRgA site - Page 16 - Aug 30 to Sep 13 2012
Repro 101 on IRgA site - Page 17 - Aug 17 to Aug 29 2012
Repro 101 on IRgA site - Page 18 - Aug 14 to Aug 21 2012
Repro 101 on IRgA site - Page 19 - Aug 1 to Aug 12 2012
Posted by Joel Salus at 1:10 AM
Thursday, May 30, 2013
News Release from 3D Systems Corp (NYSE: DDD) (May 23, 2013)
Create Printable 3D Content with the Tip of Your Finger, Download for Free in the App Store
3D Systems launched Cubify Draw, a mobile 3D printing app for iOS. Cubify Draw empowers anyone with an iPhone, iPad or iPad Mini device to create printable content with their fingertips. Users can digitally doodle with their finger or trace an imported picture and then enhance it with features like adjustable line thickness and height, auto-fill and auto-connect. Users can upload their drawing directly to Cubify or have the STL file emailed to them for printing. Cubify Draw is available in the App Store today via free download.
Cubify Draw deconstructs the barrier to entry for creating quality 3D printable content through a delightful paper-like user interface and easy upload process to Cubify.com for sharing and printing, making the digital-to-real experience seamless. The app is ideal for drawing and printing cookie cutters, pendants, ornaments, bracelets and simple toys.
"Cubify Draw takes digital doodling to printable reality" said Sarah Stocker, Senior Director of Cubify for 3D Systems, "This boundary breaking app is our latest gamified installment in our commitment to democratize content-to-print entertainment on Cubify."
Cubify Draw is available for download in the iOS App Store today.
Posted by Joel Salus at 10:31 AM
From AECbytes.com, Feature Article, May 29, 2013
This article captures the results of a recent survey conducted by AECbytes comparing Bentley's ProjectWise with Autodesk's Vault Collaboration AEC for data management and collaboration in AEC. The results are shown in three categories: the first capturing the overall responses; the second showing the responses for those who selected ProjectWise as the solution implemented by their firm for data management and collaboration; and the third showing the responses for those who selected Vault Collaboration AEC. This enables a quick comparison of Bentley ProjectWise and Autodesk Vault Collaboration AEC from an implementation perspective.
Posted by Joel Salus at 10:25 AM
May 21, 2013 from AutoDesk
WHAT EXPERTS ARE SAYING:
“What used to take us days of communication back and forth and lag time is now taking us hours and minutes with being able to instantly and in real-time update drawings,” said Jim LaPier, Designer and IT Manager for Chesapeake Design Group. “With AutoCAD 360, we are able to accomplish what a larger firm would do, but with a much smaller workforce.”
Posted by Joel Salus at 10:13 AM