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Issue 42 3nd Quarter ’15
- New Videos
- Graphite v10 Alpha
- New Vellum Nitrogen™ Release
- New Responsive Website
- Welcome Vladislav
- Welcome Valeriy
- Using Tangents & Perpendiculars
- The Message Line
- Stroke Commands for Construction Lines
- Innovative Kitchen Design Made Easier in Cobalt™
Issue 41 2nd Quarter ’15
- Gerry Yarrish Mentions Graphite™ in Model Airplane News
- Welcome Elmo Marquez
- Graphite v9 SP2
- New Videos
- Kinetics™ v2
- Graphite v10
- Vellum Nitrogen™
- Call for New Gallery Graphics
- Bou to FESPA
- Graphite v7 Soon to be Obsolete
- User Tip: Stroke Commands
- Students Get Down to Business with Graphite™
- A Feather in His Double Lens Cap
Issue 40 1st Quarter ’15
- Have You Downloaded the Latest Graphite Hot Patch?
- Latest News on Graphite
- Changes to Alchemy™
- Extended Support Hours Coming
- Export Nasties from Other CAD Programs
- Tessellation During 3D to 2D Conversion
- Tessellation During Export
- Tessellation During Printing to PDF
- Tessellation During Creation in an Imprecise Modeling Program
- Success is No Shock for American Suspension