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Trends in Design Analysis
Posted Thu June 08, 2006 @02:52PM
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News In Trends in Design Analysis, Mike Hudspeth describes the growing use of design analysis and how it has positively affected product quality.
Nowadays, things are much easier. The hours are still long, but the coffee is much better. Product development happens practically overnight. Schedules are tight, but the job gets done because you have tools that let you do what no one ever dreamed could be done. Part of what makes it worth your while to build exacting 3D computer models is what you can do with them. They're not just pretty pictures anymore.

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Design analysis is an important tool for all kinds of designers. Now that simple packages are increasingly included with 3D modeling software, more people are beginning to experience what they can do with it. The more they see, the more they get comfortable with it. The more comfortable they are, the more they'll use it. And the more they use it, the better the quality of the products manufacturers produce.

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