Sustainable Engineering Features

We delve in deep and report on the ever increasing demand for all things ‘green’. Everything from lifecycle assessment to the latest in ‘sustainable’ thinking, we aim to help engineers understand what it actually means, why it is important, and examples of how it is being done.

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01/12/2001

Software soothes the angry

Some of the engineering software developments revealed at the recent CIM and Manufacturing Week shows. Particularly those designed to reduce stress and ease and speed the engineering process.  Read More

01/10/2001

New tools help get things together

New tools and strategies to assist collaborative engineering and product life management  Read More

01/08/2001

Why are we still waiting

Some of the barriers to collaborative engineering and system integration and suggests ways in which these may be overcome  Read More

01/06/2001

Added value in your software

Developments designed to reveal and enhance some of the lesser known capabilities of Microsoft Office and the advantages of fully integrated CADCAM  Read More

01/05/2001

Virtual worlds in the palm of the hand

The next generation of CAD work stations offer full interactive 3D designing yet fit in the pocket  Read More

01/04/2001

Downstream data secures more business

New ways in which electronic data sharing can expand an engineering company's business and increase its prosperity  Read More

01/03/2000

From Trident to the Track

A face to face interview with Steve Nevey, CAE Manager at Jaguar Racing, on his quest for the paperless CAD office  Read More

01/01/2000

Software opens up collaboration

New software will allow different CAD users to work together more quickly and effectively.  Read More

01/11/1999

CAD gets caught in the net

How to remove the bottlenecks that affect the use of CAD over the Internet  Read More

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