InnoVfoam switches to drawing program SolidWorks

Friday 03 October 2014

After having worked with the 2D drawing program AutoCad for many years, InnoVfoam recently switched to the 3D drawing program SolidWorks. The reason for this switch is the increasing demand for 3D drawings of the products and systems that InnoVfoam offers.

In particular on the 3D drawings of the InnoVfoam ‘plug and play’ systems (assembled foam proportioning systems built on a steel frame) any problems can be discovered and solved in an early stage. This saves both time and money. Also, SolidWorks ensures better product control and development.