About This Site

This site was created to deliver news and information regarding Autodesk products and Local Australian News for Manufacturing, Process & Plant, Engineering & Design.

I’d also like to offer my experience, advice, opinions, insight, show ways of using technology, doing things better, new technology and promote thought and discussion.

About Me

I am a Business Development Manager and Autodesk user at Imaginit Technologies in Victoria, Australia and look after the Victorian and Tasmania Sales Territories.

I have been in the I.T industry for over 10 years and in the CAD Industry since 2011 and been using CAD related products on part-time basis since then with training in Solidworks and Autodesk Products such as AutoCAD, Inventor, Showcase and Inventor Publisher.

Please feel free contact for any feedback or queries. More than happy to have a discussion and provide further information.

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