DriveWorks Time Investment

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Money investments are easy to comprehend, we’ve been around them all our lives. I put $1 in the bank. A year from now that dollar will be worth $1.0045. (If you’re lucky.) DriveWorksXpress takes a different kind of investment. A time investment. Same concept, but for some reason people are more hesitant to make time investments. Imagine you have a common standard sub assembly like this frame. You use it as part of a larger assembly all the time. Figure it takes about 30 […]

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DriveWorks Time Investment

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Money investments are easy to comprehend, we’ve been around them all our lives. I put $1 in the bank. A year from now that dollar will be worth $1.0045. (If you’re lucky.) DriveWorksXpress takes a different kind of investment. A time investment. Same concept, but for some reason people are more hesitant to make time investments. Imagine you have a common standard sub assembly like this frame. You use it as part of a larger assembly all the time. Figure it takes about 30 […]

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Pack and go at $60 an hour

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I was reading Paul Gimbel’s comment about where the real cost savings of DriveWorks lay…in the input forms. The comment was so good I thought I would make another post out of it rather than reply directly to the comment. Paul makes some good points, that boil down to “getting it right the first time”. We all know there are huge advantages to that. Faster time to market, less waste, happier customers, more quotes, more room on your shop floor […]

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Let your customers design your products

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A few weeks ago I was telling you about the new cool forms in DriveWorks 8. Want to see them for yourself? Check this out: http://live.driveworks.co.uk/Login (Login and password is “Guest”) Pretty cool eh? …some of the 3D stuff is driven by eDrawings, so you’ll need to knock the dust off your Internet Explorer if you want to optionally see the 3D models. So the next logical question is: “Can you incorporate DriveWorks Live into your existing web site?” -Do you think […]

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