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Triumph Motorcycles: Who Knew?
  Here are some things that you probably didn’t know about British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph (we didn’t, either): 1.
Blog Published: 2/27/2012
Design and Engineering and the Ford B-MAX
  The importance of the collaboration between designers and engineers is shown in the development of a door system for the Ford European market B-MAX compact car.
Blog Published: 2/21/2012
Mazda Improves Molding Material
  Mazda is undertaking a holistic approach to improving the fuel efficiency of its vehicles that it has branded “SKYACTIV” technologies.
Blog Published: 2/20/2012
Volvo’s Design, Engineering & Manufacturing Approach
  The Volvo Concept You was launched last fall at the Frankfurt Auto Show.
Blog Published: 2/8/2012
Audi and the Digital Future
  The Digital Life Design (DLD) Conference is underway in Munich, and a keynote address was given by. . .the chairman of the board of an automotive company, Rupert Stadler of Audi AG.
Blog Published: 1/23/2012
Ford Serious About the Cloud
“With this technology”—cloud-based computing—“we are talking about pure customer benefit—creating the right individualized and optimized experience for each person, vehicle and situation.
Blog Published: 10/20/2011
Solar Team Uses PLM to Compete: Who Says Lib Arts Students Aren’t Tech-Savvy?
“So easy, even a team of liberal arts college students can successfully use it.” We’re guessing that that’s not the sort of thing that the marketing people from Siemens PLM Software will use to promote their NX digital product development system, bu...
Blog Published: 10/15/2011
Bunkspeed: Render Like Real
While a number of designers are using a Bunkspeed product or two for their rendering, the company has just launched a new package, Bunkspeed PRO 2012, that combines the company’s SHOT PRO and MOVE PRO into a single package.
Blog Published: 9/8/2011
Making the 2013 Chevy Malibu More Aero. Seriously
According to John Bednarchick, the 2013 Malibu is the most aerodynamic midsize Chevrolet to be produced in the 100-year history of Chevy.
Blog Published: 8/31/2011
Bentleys and Computer-Aided Design
The first production Bentley ever sold went to a gentleman, Noel Van Raatle, in 1921.
Blog Published: 8/24/2011

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