This week’s selection is the Adjustable Tablet Stand by James C Gullberg.
A new app from Cadmio allows iPad Pro users to produce professional renderings of CAD models.
Shapr3D announced some big changes to their popular and easy-to-use 3D CAD tool.
Shapr3D has been doing a lot of ‘bringing’ to their iPadOS-based CAD app over the past three years.
EOS and Merck Group’s partnership to develop 3D printed medicinal tablets may actually be a lot more interesting than initially thought.
You would think this article is from a decade or two ago, but no. It’s really about dual-screen and CAD software using dual-screens… but not like you’re used to.
Wacom announced the new Wacom One, a handy drawing tablet that may be of use to those doing 3D CAD design.
Wacom has decided to size things up with its newest addition to their pen display tablet line: the Wacom Cintiq 22.
Perhaps you know this but there’s a lot of equipment, not to mention sweat and long hours, that goes along with the experience you build as a designer.
Morphi is a (sort of) free app for the iPad, Mac, and Windows devices that lets users push, pull, and craft 3D creations via a touchpad device.
Near the end of last year, Shapr3D revealed that the kernel in their 3D modeling iOS app had been replaced with Siemens’ Parasolid.
Autodesk’s SketchBook program, which serves as a jumping-off point for many artists, engineers, and CAD designers, is now totally free!
A big first in 3D CAD today.
The Yeehaw Wand at first glance might seem like yet another “3D printing pen”, but it’s nothing of the sort.
Despite constant updates to the iPad Pro and Microsoft Surface tablets to make them more appealing to professionals
A fun 3D design app has launched: Gravity Sketch.
We’ve seen the appearance of a couple of finger-based iPad applications, but now there’s one specifically designed for the iPad Pro and its Apple Pencil.