IMPLEMENTING YOUR AUTOMATION
SolidWorks software delivers powerful design functionality . Generate leverage for your business with intuitive product development solutions.
DriveWorks software will streamline your sale and engineering process. Automate your SolidWorks model, create documents, quotes and more with it efficient and powerful configuration and automation capabilities.
Be part of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Customise your product, reduce design cycle and costs and make products that are not possible using other manufacturing methods.
SIMPLIFY YOUR PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT WITH INTEGRATED DESIGN SOLUTIONS
Discuss your level of expectation with 3d4 and map out a plan to implement your automation. Save time in deploying your DriveWorks Project while minimising the stress in creating it.
STREAMLINE YOUR MANUFACTURING
Streamline your manufacturing with SolidWorks.
Using CAD software will bolster your design capabilities and coupled then with DriveWorks for a streamlined manufacturing process
AUTOMATE YOUR PRODUCTION
Automate your production design with DriveWorks.
Automating your design process lets you create custom designs quickly and efficiently. Design Automation using DriveWorks allows a configurator to drive your SolidWorks models dimensions and features and automate drawing views, sheets and a Bill of Materials.
GET IN TOUCH
GET IN TOUCH TO FIND OUT ABOUT OUR DRIVEWORKS LIVE PILOT PROJECT
Our DriveWorks Pilot program enables you to set up your first DriveWorks Project using 3d4 software and hardware infrastructure. See how DriveWorks can streamline your manufacturing process with your product, your design intent, and your business rules.
3D MODELING AND DESIGN PRODUCTION
SolidWorks is a very popular and powerful CAD software and used in a variety of industries. It is a designer’s tool to create a concept or product into a 3 dimensional model and an engineer’s tool to make it work.
Additive manufacturing, more commonly known as 3D printing is a method of creating a physical model by depositing material layer by layer. Plastic is a common material for 3D printing however, rapid developments in a growing range of materials allows for imaginations to run wild.