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Industrial design and 3D printing with leading Wacom technology and CAD software

Breaking through an established discipline can be hard, and even more so in the Industrial Design. That makes it all the more impressive how some creative people can achieve the unimaginable and we´re very proud Wacom can be a part of this.

Let’s take a look at three different CAD (Center for Advanced Design) projects that have accomplished exactly that.

Wacom and a better way to do CAD

Marc McCauley is a Partner and design engineer at CAD, a creative agency specializing in complex surface geometry creation for the plastics industry. Marc shows how Wacom’s pen technology integrates with leading CAD software to create the most natural, comfortable and productive way to work with leading CAD applications.

Wacom streamlines product design with CAD

Jesse Hahne is Partner and lead-industrial designer at CAD (Center for Advanced Design), a creative agency specializing in complex surface geometry creation for the plastics industry. Jesse shows how Wacom products help streamline his creative workflow to get new products ready for production faster.

From concept to reality – Wacom for design and CAD

Mike Schultz, Paralympian, and owner of BioDapt works with the team at CAD (Center for Advanced Design) on developing new prosthetic parts for the sporting industry. Learn how they use Wacom products to get new products to market faster.

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