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Computer aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) now covers all aspects of engineering design and manufacture and top to bottom involvement of designers, cost accountants and factory floor operators who set up sophisticated machines to provided specs. Integrated CAD/CAM is an essential tool for New Zealand manufacturers and engineers to compete with international players sheltering behind cheap labour. Case studies, success stories and relevant software feature every month.

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Engineers can obtain a pressure decay leak test calculator to generate almost instantaneous answers to “what if” modelling of pressure testing variables and exact returns-on-investment from new 8-sensor concurrent technology. Continue →
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By Mike Bishara More than 5,600 of the nearly 1.7 million SolidWorks users in 33 countries turned up at the San Diego Convention Centre last month for three days of immersion therapy in all things related to computer aided design – CAD. Continue →
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Autodesk unveiled its 2012 portfolio of 3D design, engineering and entertainment software and an expanded family of design suites late last month with a global webinar. Continue →
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by Mike Bishara How to deal with rejection: Mechanical engineer Andrew Sears explains how Balzer Pacific won back the deal by simulating the project and showing they could make the crusher safely with less steel When Auckland headquartered, international engineering group Beca was chasing the Mt Eden prison and Middlemore Hospital contracts, digital prototyping was a requirement of the bid process. Continue →
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The NZIM with its long tradition of applied and practical education and training presents the impression of a long established organisation that is ready to slip once again into the fast lane of its chosen sphere. Continue →
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