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Institute adopts ZW3D CAD/CAM for mfg tech training

Posted: 04 Sep 2012 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:CAD/CAM software? CNC machining? ZW3D? 3D CAD?

ZWSOFT has unleashed the ZW3D CAD/CAM software that has been selected as the manufacturing technology training tool for the Thai-German Institute (TGI). According to the company, the software's ease of learning, powerful data exchange, whole-process mold design and CNC machining, ZW3D offers the TGI a well-integrated package. This enables both the trainer and trainee to drive their design ideas easily, quickly, and accurately to completion, added the company.

"We are truly impressed that ZW3D does a good job in shortening our people's learning curve and saving time from routine manual tasks," said Somwang Boonrakcharoen, deputy executive director of the TGI. "The Show-n-Tell built-in learning system let our members focus more on design and innovating and less on learning the software. With ZW3D, we keep staying on the track of transferring technology rather than learning the software, which is our real goal."

With training as the main task of the organization, TGI has set aside courses ranging from automation, and mold and die, to production. Among these courses, ZW3D is one of the training tools adopted by TGI. "Though we don't only use ZW3D to fulfill our training tasks, we are very content with what it is capable of, especially its powerful data exchange when it comes to dealing with files from other software," said Boonrakcharoen. "It can directly read many 3D CAD software formats, such as NX, SolidWorks, CATIA, Creo and Inventor, which ensures smooth collaboration between courses."

Overall, ZW3D enable trainees to learn everything from hybrid molding, assembly and mold design to CNC machining. The software's automation and intuitive interface let trainees concentrate on developing their ideas instead of learning how to use their tools, according to TGI trainers.

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