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Since 1981, CAD/CAM Publishing newsletters have been helping engineering managers make smart decisions about product development technology. We currently publish the following reports:

Computer Aided Design Report is a leading independent newsletter about CAD/CAM and CAE. Since 1981, the CAD Report has been helping technology managers make the right decisions about computer software for engineers and the hardware they need to run it well.

Why do industry leaders subscribe to the CAD Report? Because the CAD Report offers facts, analyses, and insights.

The staff has more than 25 years of combined experience. They don't just publish vendor claims. They interview customers, talk to competitors, and test system capabilities.

This extra effort lets them filter out noise, separating real innovations from industry baloney. Readers save time and avoid costly mistakes.

If your job is managing engineering tools and technologies, you owe it to yourself to try a subscription.

Rapid Prototyping Report is a leading independent newsletter about freeform fabrication technologies. In each monthly issue you'll find:

  • In-depth reviews of new hardware, software, and materials

  • Case studies of how companies are using rapid prototyping

  • Summaries of important research in freeform fabrication technologies

  • Business news that affects your rapid prototyping suppliers

The RP Report doesn't just publish vendor claims. Its researchers interview customers, talk to competitors, and compare specifications.

If your job involves buying, using, or managing rapid prototyping systems, you owe it to yourself to try a subscription.

subscribe to the Rapid Prototyping Report

Product Data Management Report is the leading independent newsletter about PDM. In each monthly issue you'll find:

  • Objective new product reviews

  • Summaries of major developments in leading PDM systems

  • Case studies of how companies are using PDM

  • Proven strategies to help you implement PDM wisely

The PDM Report doesn't just publish vendor propaganda. Its researchers interview customers, talk to competitors, and compare system capabilities.

If  your job is implementing engineering or product data management systems, you owe it to yourself to try a subscription.

subscribe to the Product Data Management Report