Cadalyst Editors, Manufacturing Customer and Autodesk Address Leveraging 3D for Competitive Advantage
The online forum brings together influential contributing editors from Cadalyst: Robert Green, Jeff Rowe and Bill Fane; product specialists from the Autodesk Manufacturing Solutions Division and Larry Schester, mechanical design supervisor at Gefit Livernois Engineering, LLC.
Livernois Engineering's products and services are used to produce radiators, heaters, condenser and other heat exchangers by the world's leading manufacturers. Similar to many companies, Livernois was looking to improve design accuracy and accelerate time to market with its products, and decided to add 3D technology to its design processes. Already an AutoCAD software user, Livernois quickly determined that the first 3D solution it selected did not meet critical requirements, and the company could not find engineers familiar with the application. After another evaluation, the company chose Autodesk Inventor software, the world's best selling 3D mechanical design solution and the best choice for AutoCAD software users deploying 3D.
In the presentation, Schester will share how Autodesk Inventor software has enabled his company to be more competitive, more creative and has helped Livernois save thousands of dollars through creating, managing and re-using design data. Other topics of discussion will include:
-- The advantages of embracing 3D design -- How 3D design can enable teams to design faster and more efficiently -- How Autodesk Inventor supports both 2D and 3D design processes About Autodesk Inventor
Autodesk Inventor software is the best choice for AutoCAD users deploying 3D. As the leading 3D mechanical design software, Autodesk Inventor delivers the manufacturing community a comprehensive, integrated set of tools for 3D design and documentation. For more information, visit: www.autodesk.com/bestchoice.
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