May 29, 2006
SolidWorks Announces PDMWorks Enterprise
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efficient commercial jetliner. Using 20 percent less fuel per passenger than similarly sized airplanes, the 787 is designed for the environment with lower emissions and quieter takeoffs and landings. Inside the airplane, passengers will find cleaner air, bigger windows, more stowage space and improved lighting. To date, 29 airlines have logged 393 orders and commitments worth more than $55 billion at current list prices since the 787 launch in April 2004, making the Dreamliner the most successful commercial airplane launch in history.
the efficiency of the group in handling these additional tasks, Toyota is broadening its implementation of LMS Test.Lab for noise and vibration testing while reducing the application of older measurement platforms. LMS Test.Lab enables Toyota engineers to perform analysis in real time, with results immediately displayed as tests are being run.
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SolidWorks' PDMWorks Enterprise: Geographically Dispersed Workgroups Can Access, Store, Change, And Approve Designs
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