Nov 1, 2016 -- D3 TECHNOLOGIES has announced their participation at Autodesk University (AU) 2016, the world’s largest gathering of Autodesk users taking place from November 14-17 at the Venetian in Las Vegas, Nevada ( Booth #2918).
AU is built specifically for those who are serious about creating, learning about new technologies, workflows, and industry trends that are shaping the future of Manufacturing, Architecture, Engineering, Infrastructure, Construction, Utilities, and Oil & Gas. Those in attendance will have the opportunity to get insight and information from thought leaders in the industry that can make them more productive and valuable in their jobs.
In addition to their participation in AU 2016, D3 in partnership with MasterGraphics will again be hosting a customer appreciation welcome reception on opening night (November 15th at from 8-10 PM) at the Rockhouse bar where guests will be welcome to drinks, food and networking opportunities. The Rockhouse is a part of the Venetian and is just a short walk from the conference center.
Those attending AU 2016 that would also like to attend the welcome reception may learn more and RSVP at the following link: http://go.d3tech.net/TD111316.html
Founded in 1998, D3 Technologies is a consulting company that partners with manufacturers to help them leverage the latest in engineering technologies, in and surrounding engineering, in order to design their products better and bring them to market faster. With multiple offices and training centers located all across the Central U.S., Gulf Coast, Mountain and Northwest, D3 is a true partner that delivers solutions to help all manufacturing companies pursue continuous improvement goals to increase productivity and profitability. As one of the largest and most accomplished Autodesk Manufacturing Partners in North America, D3 focuses on 3D design, product data management/product lifecycle management (PDM/PLM), engineer-to-order (ETO), and configure-to-order (CTO) solutions and ERP solutions. For more information on D3, please visit www.d3tech.net.
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