SLKB Shifts to Autodesk

Tuesday, September 10, 2002
Autodesk, Inc. announced Slovenske Lodenice Komarno, a.s. Bratislava (SLKB), a Slovakian shipbuilding company, has made a move to the Autodesk Inventor Series for its mechanical design needs. The company can now meet the complex design challenges inherent in vessel manufacturing, while simultaneously reducing costs. Using Autodesk Inventor, the award-winning 3D mechanical design software, and AutoCAD Mechanical 2D software together, SLKB can now build ships faster than ever. Autodesk Inventor software's reputation as a powerful and easy-to-use 3D design technology made it the clear choice for SLKB. SLKB is now among several major shipbuilding companies, including China State Shipbuilding Corporation, Sinus Shipbuilding of Poland, and Newport News of Virginia, benefiting from the powerful mechanical design capabilities of Autodesk software.

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