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Autodesk Certifies CFdesign v7 for Inventor 9
Posted Tue September 07, 2004 @03:03PM
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News Blue Ridge Numerics has announced that the latest release of its CFdesign software has been certified for Autodesk Inventor® 9 under the Autodesk Inventor Certified Applications Program.

CFdesign v7.0 focuses on rapid product optimization with new capabilities to enable mainstream product development engineers working on tight deadlines. The speed in which CFdesign uses highly complex Autodesk Inventor 3D assemblies to analyze and qualitatively compare design variations sets CFdesign apart from traditional CFD applications. On average, implementing CFdesign can reduce the time it takes to develop, test, and prove a new product design by 70% while reducing the costs associated with staff time and materials by 65%.

A special demonstration CD has been produced for engineers involved in product development using Autodesk Inventor.


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