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TheDriveWorks SoloHead Start Webinar, takes place the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month.

Are your designs the Same but Different?

This Webinar takes you through the quick and easy steps involved in automating your design process withDriveWorks Solo.

The Webinar Covers

There are two sessions of the Webinar, to try and cover as many time zones as possible.

Choose one of the sessions below and click on the link on the Registration Page to ‘view in your own time zone.’

Use this Webinar to learn how to automate your designs and like many of our customers you can learn how to reduce design time from3 days to 3 minutes.

To download your free 30 day trial of DriveWorks Solo here.

Wednesday January 8th, 2013

Session 1 –Click Here to register

Session 2 –Click Here to register

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The next Webinar in the DriveWorks Webinar Marathon Series isFrom DriveWorks Solo to DriveWorks Proand will take place on28th November at 4pm (BST)

If you already know aboutDriveWorks Soloand would like to do more, then this webinar is idealfor you.

It reveals some of the additional functionality available inDriveWorks Proand sets outthe steps to using DriveWorks as a Sales Configurator.

To sign up for this informative Webinar, just click on the link below!

https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/827886522

Want to know when the next DriveWorks event is?

Visit our new events page athttp://www.driveworks.co.uk/training/events/

The next topic in theDriveWorksWebinar Marathon is Introdcution to DriveWorks EPDM intergrationand will take place onThursday 17th October at 4pm (BST).

An introduction to using EPDM with DriveWorks. This webinar looks at the settings required to use the EPDM integration as well as tips and tricks to make sure all your files are correctly checked in and checked out when required.

For more information on EPDM integration take a look at our great blog post detailing the basics of EPDM integration:

http://blogs.driveworks.co.uk/driveworks/2012/01/driveworks-pro-integration-with-epdm.html

To sign up for this webinar go to:

The DriveWorks User Community– for all DriveWorks customers with a valid
subscription support contract.

The DriveWorks Reseller Community– for all DriveWorks VARs.

The next topic in the DriveWorks Webinar Marathonwill look at ConfiguringDriveWorks Pro Server – the DriveWorksTool for Multi-User Environmentsand will take place on Thursday 20th June at 4pm (BST). Pro server

DriveWorks Pro Server is a free tool included in the DriveWorks Pro installation.

It is used typically in a multi-user environment to manage Shared Groups created by DriveWorks Administrator and accessed by all DriveWorks Pro modules.

This webinar will includeall of the steps we go throughif we receive a support call for Pro Server.

To sign up for this webinar go to:

The DriveWorks User Community – for all DriveWorks customers with a valid
subscription support contract.

The DriveWorks Reseller Community – for all DriveWorks VARs.

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As the BRAND NEW DriveWorks Solo Head Start webinar launches this week,featuringa conveyor project, we thought it would be a great opportunity to showcase the DriveWorks Live Conveyor demo.

This DriveWorks Live demo is a great example to present the speed in which the user can receive all the sales documents. It also provides the user with a 3D preview of their model in the form, and sends an image of this with the sales documents.

Its a really quick and easy form to run through, and is optimised to work on various devices and in any of the most common internet browsers.

Here are the few simple steps I took to configure a conveyor in 3D:

1. Login to the www.driveworkslive.com demo site.

2. Select the ‘fixed width example’ square.

3. Select the conveyor project.

4. Choose the width, height and whether the conveyor you are configuring is heavy, medium or light duty (i.e. transporting heavy, medium or lightweight materials).

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5. You can then also choose whether you would like raised sides or not – similar to bumpers in bowling!

6. You can then choose how many sections you would like your conveyor to have (1-5).

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7. Then adjust the sections to be as desired – length of the section, whetherit is straight or curved, and the angle of the curve.

8. After configuring theconveyor, it’s a simple case of entering contact details and clicking submit.

9. Check your emails for the sales documents!
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Conveyors are incredibly configurable items, heres some great statistics from a company in thematerial handling industry already using DriveWorks:

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