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Entries in maya (5)

Friday
Jul202012

Blog: So Long and Thanks for All the Clicks (Sort of) …

Mayan temple Wow it's been a nutty year. And the summer just gets busier and busier. So busy that we thought it best to clue in our readers on the plan for the next few weeks. Click through to get the whole poop.

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Monday
Dec142009

CAD+: A Big List of Installation Related Articles from Autodesk ...

Tech support   We share a collection of recent Autodesk articles regarding installation and licensing. Learn more about installing and licensing products like AutoCAD, Inventor and Maya. A must read for anyone supply CAD tech support.

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Thursday
Nov052009

CAD+: Help is Here to Add the Finishing Touches to Your 3D Projects ...

Dosch Designs logo   We look at a firm selling assets to support 3D artists. Dosch Designs offers everything to give your 2D and 3D projects that finishing touch.

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Monday
Sep072009

CAD+: More Maya Tutorials Than You Can Shake A Mouse At ...

Here at Kung Fu Drafter we have started out on the road to new applications many many times. Almost all of those journeys began with a simple interest and ended in gaining a whole new set of skills that have proven useful in my daily life as a CAD professional and manager. Whether the application we are learning is AutoCAD, Civil 3D, Photoshop or Dreamweaver there is one thing that we have found to be true in every instance.

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Monday
Aug032009

CAD: Autodesk's Trio of Announcements for the Fiscally Oriented ...

Developments have been springing up all over the CAD world lately. Yesterday we discussed Bentley’s release of Substation V8i and the new Be Connected series of online seminars. Both of which must come as great news for Bentley users. But Autodesk users have nothing to cry over. The good people at Autodesk have certainly been very busy themselves.

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