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IronCAD Offers Free Introductory Training to Users

IronCAD has released an introductory training program for its flagship software program. This training, available to anyone evaluating IronCAD solutions, includes tips that will enhance the customer design experience.

Users will also be able to participate in the latest software updates that were released in IronCAD 2014. These include additional controls in the TriBall for array patterns and improved interoperability with DWG files, the company states.

“We have always recognized that our approach to design was fast and effective, and while our user interface is intuitive, it’s always best for new users to have some level of introductory training” commented Richard Serna vice president of sales at IronCAD. “With this training in place, anyone can get up to speed quickly and become really productive allowing them to really evaluate how the product could impact them and help to design, collaborate and freely share their ideas on a global level.”

For more information or to access the training, visit IronCAD.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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