Cadac Group Digital Fabrication

New design techniques demand new design and production methods

22 December 2016

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As of 2017, Cadac Group will be representing Autodesk Manufacturing products in Benelux. The rise of generative design techniques demands new design and production methods, including the application of additive (3D printing) and subtractive (CNC) production methods. We aim to help our customers to utilise these partially new design and production methods within their product development process.

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  Cadac Group Digital Fabrication will supply and support the following products as of 2017:

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More than just software

In addition to supplying and supporting Autodesk software, Cadac Group Digital Fabrication also provides awareness workshops, training courses, implementation and support.

Innovative workshop in Heerlen

At our head office in Heerlen, we have kitted out a workshop where our consultants and customers can try out their designs for feasibility and quality. In this innovative, inspiring workshop (Cadac Group Labs) we have a professional 3D thermoplastics printer, the Stratasys Fortus 450mc [video], a 3D scanner for reverse engineering applications and a state-of-the-art 5-axis Haas VF1 CNC machine [video].

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About Cadac Group

Digitisation is in full swing in the manufacturing industry, construction and government. The way you design, build and operate is changing radically. Our experts help you embrace this digital transformation. We enable you to enter a new phase of growth. So that you are ready for the future. Whatever it brings. 

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