U.S. CAD Now Offering 2011 Autodesk® Digital Prototyping Software

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Autodesk Inventor Updates Offer Customers Advanced Visualization and Simulation for Structural Frames and Direct Molding Technology to Deliver Better Results More Cost-effectively

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U.S. CAD is committed to providing our customers the most advanced BIM solutions and support, and our Gold-level Autodesk partner status speaks to our experience and expertise in implementing these products in the AEC and Manufacturing industries, with an emphasis on interoperability and customer service

U.S. CAD today announced it is offering Autodesk's latest 2D and 3D design and engineering software for manufacturers. The new 2011 product lineup for manufacturers includes Autodesk Inventor; AutoCAD Mechanical; AutoCAD Electrical; Autodesk Alias family; Autodesk Moldflow; Autodesk Algor Simulation; Autodesk Showcase; Autodesk Inventor Publisher; and Autodesk Vault family software — industry-leading applications within the Autodesk solution for Digital Prototyping.

Digital Prototyping with Autodesk Inventor software gives manufacturers the ability to digitally design, visualize and simulate how a product will work under real-world conditions before it is built. Digital Prototyping reduces reliance on physical prototypes, which helps reduce cost and speed time to market in highly competitive industries.

"U.S. CAD is committed to providing our customers the most advanced BIM solutions and support, and our Gold-level Autodesk partner status speaks to our experience and expertise in implementing these products in the AEC and Manufacturing industries, with an emphasis on interoperability and customer service," said Danny Counts, CEO of U.S. CAD.

U.S. CAD is now offering the new 2011 versions of the following Autodesk products:

"U.S. CAD is committed to providing our customers the most advanced BIM solutions and support, and our Gold-level Autodesk partner status speaks to our experience and expertise in implementing these products in the AEC and Manufacturing industries, with an emphasis on interoperability and customer service," said Danny Counts, CEO of U.S. CAD.

"U.S. CAD is committed to providing our customers the most advanced BIM solutions and support, and our Gold-level Autodesk partner status speaks to our experience and expertise in implementing these products in the AEC and Manufacturing industries, with an emphasis on interoperability and customer service," said Danny Counts, CEO of U.S. CAD.

AutoCAD Electrical 2011 software helps electrical controls designers to quickly create control system designs and easily access extensive catalog information for large electrical controls projects.

AutoCAD Mechanical 2011 software's streamlined design environment gives users vastly improved access to power dimensioning functionality, which automatically aligns part dimensions with the rest of the drawing properties, without ever opening a dialog box.

Autodesk Algor Simulation 2011 mechanical simulation tools now feature integration with Autodesk Moldflow 2011 software, allowing engineers to utilize Moldflow analysis results and the extensive Moldflow material database when performing simulations on plastic parts.

Autodesk Alias 2011 family (Alias Sketch, Alias Design, Alias Surface and Alias Automotive software) delivers surfacing capabilities supported by industry-leading sketching, modeling and visualization tools. New Autodesk Alias Sketch software's unique hybrid paint and vector workflow helps creative professionals quickly transform ideas into compelling design iterations.

Autodesk Inventor 2011 software's new direct-manipulation capabilities fundamentally improve the mechanical design process. Inventor 2011 software also incorporates Autodesk's leading design visualization capabilities so users can better conceptualize and communicate designs within the 3D CAD application.

Autodesk Inventor Publisher software makes its commercial debut after its recent Technology Preview on Autodesk Labs. The easy-to-use software for creating compelling product documentation enables manufacturers to provide their customers with clearer and more comprehensive technical instructions by leveraging the same digital model used in the design to manufacturing process.

Autodesk Moldflow 2011 software helps users simulate and optimize plastics part and injection mold designs long before manufacturing begins. Users can now easily export their Moldflow analysis results to Autodesk Showcase 2011 visualization software to expose defects and see how the part will look in real life, helping them to assess part quality and make design decisions.

Autodesk Vault 2011 family now features a heads-up display for easily managing design data and graphically mapping Vault information directly to Inventor models to streamline workflows, fundamentally improve the reporting and decision-making process, and accelerate model selection and interaction.

Availability
To purchase the new Autodesk 2011 portfolio software for Digital Prototyping solutions or to find out all the ways U.S. CAD helps its customers "Achieve More!," go to http://www.uscad.com or call 877.648.7223.

About U.S. CAD
U.S. CAD is a BIM and Manufacturing industry consultant and the largest Autodesk Authorized Value Added Reseller on the West Coast. U.S. CAD specializes in helping its customers integrate BIM, Sustainable Design, and Digital Prototyping technologies within their organizations by incorporating a variety of Autodesk solutions along with implementation, training, BIM modeling and production, and configuration services. U.S. CAD's expertise is sought after by an impressive array of companies because of their expertise in implementing advanced technologies and their unique mix of services including process assessment and consulting, knowledge assessment, flexible expert training options, project mentoring, and technical support services. U.S. CAD has offices in Costa Mesa, Los Angeles, San Diego, Las Vegas, and Honolulu.

U.S. CAD is a trademark of U.S. CAD, Inc.

Autodesk, Algor, AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor, Alias, Inventor, Moldflow and Showcase are registered trademarks or trademarks of Autodesk, Inc., in the USA and/or other countries.

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