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Last Chance to Book Your Place at Digital Prototyping Forum 2011

One Day Event to Deliver Free Product Training and Key Tips and Tricks to Drive Enhanced User Productivity 

FARNBOROUGH, UK, xx, 2011 –  Registration is well under way for Autodesk’s Digital Prototyping Forum 2011 at Villa Park in Birmingham on 2 November. Places are filling up fast, so CAD managers and users should book now to make sure they don’t miss out.  

The forum provides users with the opportunity for free training on the latest Autodesk products including the new Autodesk Product Design and Factory Design Suites, and also on Autodesk® Inventor®; Autodesk® Moldflow®; Autodesk® Simulation® and Autodesk® Alias®, with tips and tricks to help attendees get the most out of using them in their day-to-day work.   

“Autodesk experts will deliver insights covering complete workflows from initial layout to finished product. They will also talk about common pitfalls to avoid in the design process,” says Richard Tinsdeall, Sales Director, Northern Europe Manufacturing.    

Industry speakers participating in the event will include Neil Lloyd Sherlock, digital surface manager, at UK sports car manufacturer, Aston Martin; Bruno Fairy, technical specialist, simulation and analysis, Parker Hannifin, the global leader in motion and control technologies and Dr David Cebon, managing director of materials information technology company, Granta Design.   

“This is a ’must-attend’ event for our customers in the manufacturing and mechanical design sectors, adds Richard Tinsdeall, Sales Director, Northern Europe Manufacturing.  “And we are confident that every CAD manager or user attending will come away feeling it was time well spent.”  

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