SolidWorks Webcast: Can’t I do that in SolidWorks? (11/15/12 | 2:00PM EST)

Can’t I do that in SolidWorks?

MLC CAD Systems would like to invite you to attend our upcoming webcast to learn how you can create high quality technical communications simply and easily using your existing SolidWorks CAD data and 3DVia Composer.


, November 15th – 1:00pm CST (2:00pm EST)

Presented by: Brad Williamson, SolidWorks Territory Technical Manager

When it comes to creating high quality illustrations and animations, SolidWorks does have a few features that can help you.  However, the BEST SolidWorks tool that provides much more capability and much greater efficiency in producing technical communications, is 3DVIA Composer. We’ll demonstrate how 3DVIA Composer takes advantage of your current SolidWorks design data and enables you to:

  • Produce illustrations and animations more efficiently than with just SolidWorks
  • More effectively communicate through the use of capabilities that aren’t in SolidWorks 

  • Create interactive content that is simply more impactful than what can be created with your CAD tool alone.

The result?  Clear, high quality user manuals, assembly instructions, training guides, and even marketing collateral.  However you need to communicate the use and benefits of your products in real time, is now easy and cost effective with 3DVia Composer.

Bonus:  Attending the live webcast, will automatically enter you in a drawing to win  a $250 Amex Gift Card*

  * Drawing rules: One winner per webcast will be drawn randomly from attendee list. You must attend the webcast to be entered in to the drawing. Winner will be notified via email and can expect to receive their Amex Gift Card by mail, within 2 weeks of the live webcast date.

Questions? Call 800-364-1652



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