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ZWSoft Offers ZW3D 2013 Upgrade


GUANGZHOU, China, Jan. 10 – ZWSOFT, a leading supplier of CAD/CAM solutions to the AEC and MCAD industries, today announced that ZW3D 2013 will soon be launched in March. The launch is accompanied with a great offer that if users purchase ZW3D 2012, they will receive an upgrade to the 2013 version with no additional cost between January 10th and the date when ZW3D 2013 is launched. The offer’s aim is to help more customers enjoy the convenience and efficiency brought by ZW3D at a favorable price.

Free your imagination from all limits

ZW3D 2012 has received high recognition from customers worldwide: “ZW3D gives me unprecedented freedom and flexibility in my designs, the only limit is my imagination.”said Stefan Varga, a designer at Grabcad.com.

Most customers who use ZW3D for the first time are impressed by the simple and powerful operations as well as its high performance in hybrid modeling. The engineers of ZWSOFT are continuously working on improving customer experience.

ZW3D 2012 has met many designers’ need, while the upcoming 2013 version will take the design experience further:

  • A 30% Reduction in Design Circle The 2013 release offers users better visual effects, optimized modeling & assembly performance, friendly sketch and a simplified workflow in an efficient CAD module, including up-to 10 times faster history replay.
  • Easier to use Machining The intelligent CAM module makes machining easier and safer, which tremendously enhances the workflow and reduces design errors before production.
  • Easy and Effective Mold Design The new mold module of ZW3D 2013 enables users to freely customize their designs, including sprue gates, runners, mold bases and other mold standard parts. “Mold design has never been so easy before.”Stated Colin Lin, ZW3D Technical Manager. “We want to make that the software is as easy to use as possible for our customers, so that more time and effort can be focused on creative ideas.”

From January 10th to the date when ZW3D 2013 is launched, customers who purchase ZW3D 2012, including the Lite version, Standard version, Professional version, Premium version, 2X Machining, 3X Machining and 5X Machining, can upgrade to ZW3D 2013 for free.

About ZW3D CAD/CAM

ZW3D is cost-effective CAD/CAM software for 3D modeling, mold design, and machining, which takes engineers from concept to finished product in one easy-to-use, single collaborative environment.

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Source: ZWSoft

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