Explore SpaceClaim with a Free Webinar Next Wednesday

June 03, 2009 1 min read

SpaceClaim is offering a Free webinar on Wednesday June 10, 2009 between 12:00pm  and 12:30pm EDT (Register Here). The online interactive live demo will explore the features of SpaceClaim targeting Industrial Designers and Product Stylists.
SpaceClaim is a next generation, new approach to CAD systems, and in my opinion it is very important to sign up for this webinar in order to experience its power and flexibility. Only by seeing with your own eyes how quickly and easily a SpaceClaim user can generate new complex shapes can you start to appreciate the difference SpaceClaim can make in your own design process as a standalone application or integrated with the popular Rhino 4.0.

The webinar will explore the features of SpaceClaim targeting Industrial Designers and Product Stylists

This webinar will show us how SpaceClaim Style, the more affordable of the SpaceClaim family of products, can accelerate product concept ideation by providing incredibly fast, flexible tools to create, edit, and validate design concepts.
My recommendation: invest half an hour of your time and join SpaceClaim on June 10, 2009 at 12pm EDT. You will not regret it! To see for yourself what other users are saying about SpaceClaim, join the SpaceClaiming online user community.

Franco Folini

Franco Folini
Franco Folini


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