Autodesk is organising a series of 500 Digital Prototyping Days that will be held from May to July 2011 across the EMEA region. Highlighting the strength and breadth of the Autodesk software packages and the company's ability to address the needs of manufacturers across the region, the programme of events, all of which are free-of-charge, will be hosted by Autodesk reseller partners and showcase the benefits of the new 2012 release of Autodesk manufacturing software and of the company's innovative Digital Prototyping technology in general.
Digital Prototyping is described as a 'revolutionary approach to product development' that enables users to design, visualise, and simulate products rapidly and cost-effectively, and help grow revenue, spur innovation and deliver quality products faster.
All customers of AutoCAD Inventor Suite 2011 under subscription will receive a free upgrade to the new Autodesk Product Design Suite. As a result, they will obtain access to a single package containing a comprehensive set of award-winning design, visualisation and simulation software for their entire product design workflow - from early concepts and detailed engineering to simulation.
The suite contains new versions of a range of Autodesk products including: Autodesk Inventor; AutoCAD Mechanical; Autodesk Vault; Autodesk 3ds Max Design; Autodesk SketchBook Designer; and Autodesk Showcase. Customers will have an opportunity to learn more about the benefits of the new Product Design Suite tt the Digital Prototyping Days.
In addition, all attendees will have the opportunity to view live demonstrations of all the latest Autodesk products, including the new Factory Design and Product Design suites and Autodesk Inventor 2012.
Autodesk experts will be on hand at the events to provide insights covering everything from how to work effectively with large assemblies to how to create better drawings more quickly to drive greater competitive edge - and common pitfalls to avoid in the design process.
Autodesk says that the Digital Prototyping Days are 'must-attend' events for its customers in the manufacturing and mechanical design sectors, and the organisers are confident that every CAD manager or user attending will feel it was time well spent.
Follow the link to register for one of the Autodesk Digital Prototyping Days.