AMC Bridge Released Print.Works 1.3 for SOLIDWORKS 2015

AMC Bridge Released Print.Works 1.3 for SOLIDWORKS 2015

Waltham, MA - 

AMC Bridge released Print.Works™ 1.3, an updated version of add-in to SOLIDWORKS 2015 that extends printing capabilities of SOLIDWORKS by enabling users to print drawings of any scale regardless of the paper size of available printers.

New release includes recent fixes and upgrades to be compatible with SOLIDWORKS 2015.

About AMC Bridge

AMC Bridge is a leading provider of 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. For last 15 years we have participated in the development of commercial software products and custom solutions for the engineering markets based on the variety of platforms from desktop and web to mobile and clouds.


NOTE: SOLIDWORKS is among the registered trademarks of Dassault Systèmes SOLIDWORKS Corporation.

Sep 29, 2015
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