TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - March 20, 2012) - Tri-D Technologies, makers of ExactFlat 3D-to-2D CAD software, announced that Applied Engineering Inc. is the latest company to select ExactFlat as a key strategic partner. ExactFlat software is a complete rethink of the CAD-to-cutter workflow for manufacturers working with industrial fabrics and flexible materials, making it faster, simpler, and more flexible than ever before.
"We believe that for manufactures designing and manufacturing with industrial fabrics, ExactFlat is a critical business and operations tool", says Steven McLendon, Executive Vice President of ExactFlat. "Manufacturers that make the transition from 2D to 3D design realize meaningful improvements in speed, accuracy, quality and flexibility. Applied Engineering has seen their customers benefit from this transition first-hand, making them a perfect fit for our growing partner network."
ExactFlat is being used by leading manufacturers to eliminate much of the manual effort from the traditional design and engineering workflow. Purpose-built for the unique properties of fabrics, ExactFlat's core algorithms have been developed over the course of 7+ years to automate the creation of production-ready 2D flat patterns.
"We're working very closely with ExactFlat to execute our sales and support strategy to bring this game-changing product to our customers in the Midwest", says David Johanning, Director, Engineering Technology at Applied Engineering. "Our customers are asking for solutions that enable them to improve quality and respond more quickly to customer requests, all while better managing costs. We're hearing this over-and-over again across many industries, including marine, automotive, furniture and apparel. We're ecstatic to support our customers with ExactFlat."
About Applied Engineering, Inc.
Applied Engineering, Inc. is an engineering consulting company with over 25 years experience in product design and manufacturing. Our customers view us as an integral resource to expand their capabilities, gain productivity, and get their products to market faster. We provide engineering design, consulting, software, hardware, training, and implementation in Mechanical, Electrical, Analysis, and Manufacturing. Applied Engineering is 100 percent employee-owned, and has offices in North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Texas.
For more information about Applied Engineering, please visit http://www.ae-solutions.com.
Tri-D Technologies is a Toronto and Atlanta-based software company. We develop and market software for the CAD/Industrial fabrics marketplace with a special emphasis on reducing time, effort and cost for CAD-to-cutter workflows. Our flagship product line - ExactFlat - has 7+ years of development, more than 6 million lines of computer code, 3 years of customer trials, and more than 2 dozen proprietary algorithms created specifically for the industrial fabrics customer segment.
For more information, visit www.exactflat.com.