With digital prototypes, companies can not only see, but also experience their designs before they’re built. Through the digital prototyping process of detailed visualization, precise analysis and real-time simulation, Autodesk’s advanced 3D tools give customers the ability to accurately model their designs — allowing them to optimize and make performance-related changes early in the design process.
Gulf Stream Coach, a world-class RV manufacturer based in Nappanee, Indiana, is the largest privately held full-line recreational vehicle manufacturer in the United States, offering 26 brands and more than 100 models. The company is a long-time Autodesk customer, having used AutoCAD software as its primary design tool for more than a decade. Gulf Stream Coach recently purchased Autodesk’s millionth 3D seat among almost a dozen seats of Inventor software. Gulf Stream is already employing Inventor to design its new Class A toy hauler which will launch later this year. [May 21, 2007]
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