Recommended Engineering Workstations
At Puget Sytems, we do a LOT of testing. We believe that computers should be a pleasure to purchase and own. They should get your work done, and not be a hinderance. To do that, they need to be the right hardware for the job. We take it on as our mission to test and validate the industry's most popular applications, ensuring the software runs properly, and that our hardware is optimized for performance. We have found that this type of information is often either not available at all, or is extremely dated and no longer accurate. So, we share this information freely. The goal of our reccommended systems program is to contribute our knowledge back to the community.
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Generating 3D spatial data in Photoscan can often be a time consuming task, but our workstations are tailor-made to give you maximum performance. Each step of the way - from aligning photos, building the dense cloud, and building the mesh and texture - our workstations have the power to allow you to complete your work faster than ever before.
Our AutoCAD workstations are designed using only the most optimum hardware choices to give you the power you need to quickly and efficiently complete your work.
Our Inventor workstations are designed using only the most optimum hardware choices to give you the power you need to quickly and efficiently complete your work.
Puget Systems has performed extensive analysis of Revit to configure a pair of systems that are designed specifically for the needs of Revit users.
Processing images to form 3D maps and models in Pix4D is a time consuming task, but our workstations are built specifically to give you maximum performance. Whether building a point cloud, creating mesh and texture data, or generating DSM and orthomosaics - we have tested Pix4D to find the combination of hardware that will give you the fastest results.
A SOLIDWORKS workstation needs to be quick and agile, allowing you to complete your work without interruption. Whether modeling parts or running simulations, our systems have been optimized to allow you to complete your work with minimal disruption.
With its comprehensive suite of optical, laser, and illumination design features, OpticStudio provides unparalleled value for optical engineers and researchers. Using in-house testing, we have put together systems tailored to give you the best performance with both ray tracing and optimization workloads.