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Unigraphics magazine

Unigraphics magazine

Unigraphics magazine

I have been looking for a magazine with unigraphics tips or with helpful tools to know more about this great software.
If somebody knows someone, I'll really appreciate.


RE: Unigraphics magazine

Hi Rene,

There is a magazine called GTAC, that you can ask to EDS. Also, try www.cadpotato.com or log in uganswer.ugs.com which is a database of tips.


RE: Unigraphics magazine

Thanks Gilles!

RE: Unigraphics magazine

The Unigraphics global technical access center is truly a great repository for helpful unigraphics information.  Aside from that I have found CAD Potential to be an excellent resource web page. (www.cadpo.com).  CAD Potato is also a great site (www.cadpotato.com)  If you are looking for other sites that may be helpful go to www.tenlinks.com and look under unigraphics.  Tenlinks has many links to Unigraphics sites, services companies, articles, reviews etc.


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