Monday, September 24, 2012

Autodesk customer videos

Autodesk has recently created new customer videos that showcase very small businesses (1-25 employees) or small groups with larger companies and how they’ve used AutoCAD and Autodesk products to create designs for their clients.

I always think it’s interesting to see how different companies use software to be more competitive and productive.

Here is the YouTube playlist or you can view them below:

Brad Miller of MC², an exhibit marketing company, discusses how Autodesk 3ds Max and AutoCAD are used to help design and build exhibits that demand attention at tradeshows. The video uses a recent project for John Deere to illustrate how MC² relies on Autodesk software to deliver increased visibility for their clients.

Eric Hebard of Production Resource Group, a supplier of entertainment and event technology, discusses how AutoCAD, AutoCAD WS, and Autodesk Sketchbook Pro are used to help design system installations for theaters and stadiums. The video uses an annual project for the Latin Grammys to illustrate how Production Resource Group Las Vegas relies on Autodesk software to create PA system installation designs and communicate that information to their clients.

Mark LaBell and Steve Kassab of SSOE Group, an international engineering, procurement and construction management firm, discuss how AutoCAD is used to help seamlessly combine multiple files and file types into one design. In this video, SSOE elaborates on how the AutoCAD development language allows both the novice and experience programmer complete control over the application to create and edit complex designs for their clients.

Natalie Cutler and Elisa Leung of Cutler Design and Construction, an interior design and general contracting company, discusses how AutoCAD LT is used to help design and build commercial retail spaces. The video illustrates how Cutler Design and Construction relies on AutoCAD LT to turn vanilla spaces into polished retail locations that follow corporate design guidelines.

Ed Hade from Shaw Industries discuss how they moved from 2D to 3D with AutoCAD to maximize use of space in their new Reclaim-to-Energy facility—part of a green initiative to reduce post-industrial waste by recycling old carpet into energy.


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