CAD Communication

Half-day and free event of CAD specialists CAMTEX on the 18.09.08 nearby Ulm Suhl, July 23, 2008 – the CAD-Systemhaus CAMTEX GmbH held on September 18, 2008 in Gunzburg Deffingen (close to Ulm) a free professional workshop for users and decision makers of construction and development. In the heart of the cross-product and half-day event is the detailed consideration of the issues of CAD data exchange, CAD communication and conversion technologies. Manufacturing companies need to constantly take in time-consuming processes of design data from other CAD systems, but seldom employ solutions to the automated conversion of data”, describes CAMTEX Managing Director Steffen Volkmar the motif for the implementation of the workshop. While the commonly encountered in practice improvisational methods produce an average expenditure of almost seven hours per project, this can be done with the help of special tools usually in 20 minutes.” The primary objective of the Event is therefore to give the participants a practical insight in error causes and solutions for the 3D-Datenaustausch. In particular, the speakers indicate possible a time as cost-saving prevention of problems through a direct interface.

As well, data repair stands including their possibilities of simplification and the healing process in the focus. SurveyGizmo: the source for more info. Moreover, the event dedicated to selected questions of deployment and documentation of CAD data for the various areas of the Organization in the company from the production to the nature of the offer and sale to other departments. All contents of the expert workshop, General techniques and rules are mediated by the reference experts. In addition, from different manufacturers for data exchange introduces CAMTEX software solutions and shows their characteristics in practice. More Agency think tank Pastorat Street 6, D-50354 Hurth information and registration to the CAD workshop on September 18, 2008 in Gunzburg Deffingen under Bernhard Duhr Tel.: + 49 (0) 2233 6117-75 fax: + 49 (0) 2233 6117-71 E-Mail: Web: