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03/20/08 08:05 AM
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Hey Paul,

Yes, we do see many of our SolidWorks customers implement FabCAD.  It's a stand alone solution that offers the same Striker functionality as our AutoCAD based FAB Professional.  It includes our PARTshare interface for both SolidWorks and Autodesk Inventor.  If you'd like to see how it compares to your current product, we'll be happy to provide a web presentation for you or we can send you an evaluation version of FabCAD.  Just let me know how we can be of service.  Thanks.

Michael Boggs
Striker Systems

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*SolidWorks + Striker pemmerich   09/19/07 08:10 AM
.*Re: SolidWorks + Striker crwillis1   03/25/08 06:50 AM
.*Re: SolidWorks + Striker michaelboggs   03/20/08 08:05 AM
.*Re: SolidWorks + Striker bverboort   10/15/07 07:32 AM
.*Re: SolidWorks + Striker watki21   09/22/07 05:11 AM
.*Re: SolidWorks + Striker Irish_knowhow   09/21/07 12:52 AM
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