AMC Bridge Introduces Enhanced Features for Packaging Design in SOLIDWORKS

AMC Bridge Introduces Enhanced Features for Packaging Design in SOLIDWORKS

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AMC Bridge implemented results of the second stage of research on packaging design options in SOLIDWORKS® in the enhanced version of Package.Works™.

It is a technology demonstration plugin, fully-integrated into SOLIDWORKS, which allows users to create various packaging design solutions. In addition to Box Package features, options for editing dimensions and generating drawings, Package.Works 2.0 offers capabilities for creating Backer Card and Clamshell types of packages.

About AMC Bridge
AMC Bridge is a vendor of choice for software development services in the areas of computer-aided design, engineering, manufacturing and construction. Since 1999, we have been delivering solutions for CAD, CAE, CAM, PDM, BIM and PLM applications. We have participated in the development of commercial software products and custom solutions for the engineering markets based on a variety of platforms, from desktop and web to mobile and clouds.

Dec 06, 2017
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