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Nesting Utility Comparison with TruNest

Autodesk Nesting Utility is a CAD-embedded sheet metal nesting software that helps optimize yield from flat raw material. Available with a subscription to the Product Design & Manufacturing Collection, Nesting Utility works with Autodesk® Inventor® software. With Autodesk Nesting Utility it’s possible to: Create a nesting study and have any… Read More »

Expand your Knowledge with Product Design & Manufacturing Webinars

This month, Applied Engineering hosted two webinars on Autodesk’s Product Design & Manufacturing (PDM) collection. Marc Suaro showcases how these programs can improve workflows and guides the user through various programs in the PDM collection. Review the collection today by watching the recordings of each webinar. Product Design & Manufacturing… Read More »

Applied Day 2018

Applied Engineering is proud to announce our 3rd Annual Applied Day. On May 8th and 9th, learn how Applied Engineering can help with your next project. Our experienced staff will be hosting educational and free webinars to give you the tips and tricks you need to succeed. We have so… Read More »

Autodesk Software

Save 25% when you trade in old Autodesk Software

Save up to 25% on 1-year or 3-year subscriptions to industry collections, such as the Product Design and Manufacturing Collection, and most standalone software products when you trade-in qualifying licenses of software 1998 through 2018 that are not on an active subscription plan. This promotion allows you to get the… Read More »

Join the Inventor User Group hosted by Applied Engineering

The Inventor User Group is a place for you to share questions, answers and information related to mechanical design, data management and technology best practices with other Autodesk Inventor users. Please use the dedicated conversation threads when possible, and be respectful of other member’s opinions and intellectual property. Join the… Read More »

Rapid Response and Top-Notch Design

Quality Tool Service (QTS), located in Shell Lake, Wisconsin, was started by a toolmaker in 1998 and has grown to over 30 employees. They specialize in designing and building weld fixtures for the on-road and off-road vehicle market. In addition, they design and build assembly fixtures, inspection fixtures, and robotic… Read More »