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York Manufacturer's User Group
September 25, 2013
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The Yorktowne Hotel
48 East Market Street
York, PA 17401
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Join us for the next user group meeting to see how your current design tools and AutoCAD can save you time and money.

Optimize your Factory
Have you taken a look at different configurations of your factory to create the most efficient and productive lines? We’ll show you the tools to help you cut time off the process, minimize waste, and meet deadlines. And if you manufacture factory machines or process automation equipment, find out how you can add your products to the Autodesk Factory Design Suite library to make your products visible and easily accessible to your customers.

Save time with Autodesk AutoCAD Raster
No one likes to redesign old blueprints or board-drafted projects, but sometimes to build something new, expand a factory, or renovate, you need to. Raster Design reads scanned drawings so you easily edit, enhance, and maintain these designs. Join us to see our solutions engineers prepare and transfer a scanned file to a new Autodesk file with these powerful raster editing and raster-to-vector conversion tools.

Turn laser scans and photos into CAD data with Autodesk ReCap
Autodesk ReCap delivers a powerful, easy to use workflow on the desktop and in the cloud to create intelligent 3D models from laser scans and photos for seamless use in Autodesk design and creation solutions.

Rather than starting from a blank sheet, Autodesk ReCap enables a designer or engineer to add, modify, validate, and document their design process in context from existing environments. Included in the 2014 Design Suites, ReCap lets you turn digital images and laser scans to usable CAD designs.  We will show you the ins and outs of using ReCap with digital images and go over some best practices and tips to help you work efficiently with this new tool.

We will have time for a Q & A session, so bring your questions for our engineers to discuss.

The meeting is free to attend and dinner will be provided. You must register to attend.