Autodesk bolsters Philippine manufacturing

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Autodesk Philippines is more than just the software firm for blockbuster films such as the X-Men and Transformers series. The company is also setting benchmarks for the Philippines in the coming Asean Economic Integration next year.

During the Autodesk Solutions Day in Manila, country manager Teddy Tiu (L) announced he was confident the local manufacturing industry will be successful here and abroad. Asean senior manager Chris Lee (center) agreed and discussed how Autodesk can help Philippine manufacturing industries to achieve success through their software products.

Joining the two managers is Louie De Guzman (R), head of automation and control at Elgie Packaging Equipment, an Autodesk client from the Philippines. De Guzman shared how Autodesk helps his company build quality machines for its clients.

“We design the machine based on the client's requirements,” De Guzman says. Through the Autodesk software's digital fabrication, De Guzman can modify the machine's parts, specifications and functions holistically.

To help the Philippine market's technology, Autodesk also launched Spark, an open software platform for 3D printing in June


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