Webcast demonstrates AutoCAD 2004 and AutoCAD Mechanical 2004.

Avatech Solutions will be hosting another of its frequently requested, popular webcast sessions. Avatech will be hosting two informative and fun presentations¾enabling users to see AutoCAD® 2004 and AutoCAD® Mechanical 2004, live, from the convenience of their desktops. The AutoCAD 2004 webcast will be held Thursday, April 17, 2003 at 9 am and 1 pm Eastern, and at 11 am and 3 pm Eastern for those interested in Mechanical Design. Webcast length is 45 minutes with a live Q&A session.

Tech Tips by CAD Experts Two of the most skilled, popular and entertaining training experts in the CAD field from Avatech will share their knowledge. 'Insider Information on AutoCAD 2004' will be presented by seasoned Avatech technical expert, Rick Feineis. This session is ideal for AutoCAD users, educators, CAD Managers or those considering moving to AutoCAD. Rick's session is filled with tech tips for the new AutoCAD 2004 including how to:

  • Use AutoCAD Express Tools like arc-aligned text, layer freeze and Text-Mtext tool
  • Obtain more screen real estate with new tool palettes and command lines that are translucent
  • Get faster, more efficient performance, save storage space and increase the speed of file transfers

Seasoned Avatech's Technical Expert, Rusty Belcher will be presenting 'So You're Doing Mechanical Design? Do it Faster!' This engaging session is ideal for engineers, designers or drafters in the manufacturing industry who are thinking about using the new AutoCAD Mechanical 2004. It's feature packed with over 700,000 standard parts and automatic Bill of Materials creation and much more¾all at the same price as AutoCAD. Rusty will demonstrate how 2D mechanical design can be done drastically faster with AutoCAD Mechanical 2004.

"In just a short time, Avatech's technical experts will highlight a myriad of productivity and feature enhancements in these new products and most importantly, will show how they can benefit organizations," said Debra Keith, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Avatech Solutions. "Our webcasts offer the best of all worlds first-class, knowledgeable trainers in a live, interactive forum to allow questions to be answered, all from the convenience of the users' own computer."

Since space is limited, participants are encouraged to register early for webcasts by visiting https://www.avatechmarketing.com/mk/get/2004_webcast_registration, or calling 800-706-1000. Webcasts are open to U.S. Residents in Avatech Solutions' market area only; see registration site for more details. Federal Government and educators in the 48 contiguous states are invited to attend.