WSI Introduces 2012 Version of AutoCAD and Autodesk 3ds Max Design

Posted: July 27, 2011 in Tech
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To meet the contemporary needs of architectural, engineering and alike industries, Wordtext Systems Inc. (WSI) introduces the 2012 version of AutoCAD and Autodesk 3ds Max Design.

Dennis Castillo, Senior Applications Engineer of WSI presented the additional features in the AutoCAD 2012. It has an Autodesk Inventor Fusion that has been said beneficial for manufacturing sector in designing components such as cars, gears, etc; the Associative array that allows to array in 3D; the Point Cloud Support that brings 3D scan to life, supporting up to 2 billion points for an easier tracing; Multifunction grids that provides more AutoCAD objects; and AutoCAD W that allows designer t access their design online directly from the AutoCAD 2012 user interface.
These features of AutoCAD 2012 allow designers to have a more definite image of their creation. Moreover, it has simple interface for a simpler process, delivering the power and flexibility that takes documentation and design one step further.

On the other hand, Ronan D. Espinueva, Application Engineer for Autodesk 3ds Max Design, presented the 2012 version of the said software. This software features Nitrous Accelerated Graphic Core that gives improvement in performance and visual quality; the iray Renderer and Stylistic Rendering that produces outstanding visual presentation.

In addition, WSI gives a brief introduction of the Autodesk Design Suite Premium 2012, a high-value offering for architects and designers. It is empowered by the AutoCAD software with leading visual communication tools.

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