Transportation and Consumer Product Goods Designers and Modelers Improve Their Ability to Capture Design Ideas and Intentions With Autodesk's Enhanced Design Tool
"In order to keep up with the ever-changing industry demands, to stay on the forefront of market trends and continue to produce revolutionary designs, industrial designers and modelers need to have fast, high-quality and easy-to- use design tools that they can depend on," said Richard Jones, vice president of Autodesk Alias Design Products. "The introduction of Autodesk AliasStudio 13.5 addresses this need by providing designers with enhanced performance and best-in-class tools that accelerate all phases of the design workflow process and, in turn, maximizes their productivity."
As a premier industrial design tool, Autodesk AliasStudio enables users to take great ideas from conceptual design all the way through to manufacture to drive competitive business. As a result, Autodesk AliasStudio is being used by virtually every automotive manufacturer around the world and to design products from many of the world's most recognizable brands, including such companies as BMW DesignWorks, Five Axis, Nova Design, Lunar Design, Stile Bertone, Symbol Technologies, Wild West Motor Company, RKS Design and Alchemy Labs.
This latest version of Autodesk AliasStudio delivers enhanced performance and improves the design workflow process so designers can increase their overall productivity. AliasStudio software also provides updates to Autodesk DirectConnect software to enhance support for exchanging data with Computer Aided Design (CAD) packages.
"The performance improvements delivered through AliasStudio 13.5 have enhanced my experience and enabled me to improve my overall modeling productivity by providing a significantly faster software user interface for designing," said Damien Fleury, a 3D consultant and software tester for Autodesk AliasStudio 13.5. "This, in turn, will help me to produce faster results on design iterations moving forward."
About Autodesk AliasStudio 13.5
With Autodesk AliasStudio 13.5, Autodesk offers many new features and enhancements that help designers excel aesthetically and functionally:
-- Performance Quicker responsiveness of the software, especially when working with large data sets, enhances the user experience and improves performance -- Productivity Enhancements to the user interface and existing tools streamline the design workflow and improve productivity for sketching, modeling and visualization -- Modeling Continued evolution of the production-proven AliasStudio modeling tools to address customer requests -- Data Transfer Addition of a faster and more robust Initial Graphics Exchange Specification (IGES) translator, and a new DWG/DXF translator enables importing of files from AutoCAD software Availability
Autodesk AliasStudio 13.5 will be available November 10, 2006. Please visit www.autodesk.com for more information.
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