Technical publications and assembly work instructions are a critical part of your business, especially for your customers. This documentation is typically done after all the design work is complete, delaying your product’s time to market and reducing it’s ROI.
Do you find yourself waiting until the end, or very late in the design process to create all the necessary documents? Or want to reduce the amount of paper floating around your shop floor? Or do you just struggle to create the work instructions? Help is here!
Join us on Tuesday, December 14, 2021 at 10 AM ET for our webinar as Javelin Application Engineer, Craig D’Costa, takes you through an overview of SOLIDWORKS Composer and how you can use it to produce technical communication that helps customers understand and retain product information more effectively. This software is a digital authoring tool that can help generate the content you need, directly from your 3D CAD designs.
Featured in this Composer webinar
In this webinar, Craig will teach you how to:
- Leverage your CAD files downstream into digital publications and high-resolution images
- Create traditional documentation for owner’s manuals, assembly manuals, etc.
- Create high-end digital content and interactive files that can be used on the shop floor, as a deliverable to customers and even put on websites
- Automate changes directly from the CAD model without having to recreate content
Plus, you’ll learn about some of the new feature enhancements in SOLIDWORKS 2022 and get any questions you have answered!
Reserve your spot by registering now. Can’t attend? Register anyway and we’ll send you a recording!
About The Presenter
Craig D’Costa, Application Engineer
Craig has several years of design experience with SOLIDWORKS, but is a new engineer to Javelin – A TriMech Company. Craig is a Mechanical Engineering graduate from the University of British Columbia Vancouver and has previously worked in the waterslide and industrial food deposition industries.
Date and Time
Tuesday, December 14, 2021
10:00 AM ET
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