3DPartFinder™ for SolidWorks is a revolutionary shape search product that finds and displays parts similar to the initial inquiry. And now, with the integration to SolidWorks Workgroup PDM and Enterprise PDM, finding your parts and its related information has never been easier!
3DSemantix will be giving the first licence for free* to all participants at SolidWorks World 2012 so they can get started!
3DSemantix will be demonstrating its integrated 3DPartFinder™ geometry-based search engine for SolidWorks at the SolidWorks World 2012 at the San Diego Convention
Center, February 12 – February 15, 2012, San Diego, CA. Show attendees will see how 3DPartfinder and SolidWorks software allow customers to:
Find and reuse: The advanced geometry-based search capability of 3DPartFinder™ accurately identifies similar parts and duplicates and enables part reuse. It also promotes knowledge re-use in core engineering while minimizing time and expenses associated with designing or purchasing duplicate parts.
Reduce your costs: Less new parts created or designed from scratch. Save Engineering time (design & reuse), cost in tooling, prototype, CNC programs, tests,
Innovate and Deliver you project faster: Less new parts created or designed from scratch will lead to faster project delivery but not only that, it will allow you to spend
more time where it counts: INNOVATION!
*To get their free licence, participants have to register at 3DSemantix booth 416 during the SolidWorks World 2012. Free license will be granted after a free evaluation period of 30 days and purchase of the yearly subscription
Please note: All individuals will be required to show proof of identification prior to collecting their badge and registration materials. Attendees must be 21 years or older to attend SolidWorks World 2012. Also residents of some countries may require a visa to enter the United States.
Don’t forget, if you pay for two registrations, a third participant can hang in for free. And, as always, CSWPs save $100. You can see all of registration deals at the SolidWorks World website.