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Packaging designers often think in 3D but must draw a structural design on a 2-dimensional “drawing board”. Now designerscan actually start creating packaging designs in 3D with ArtiosCAD. Users start with a product model and automaticallyresize a Standard design to fit the product. Dedicated tools allow users to create internal fitments andwindows that follow the product’s shape.
ArtiosCAD creates a variety of 3D models of commonpackaging products like cans, bottles, glasses and bags. Theseproduct models support parametric design, allowing users to resize a single model to create a wide variety of shapes and sizes.

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Packaging designers often think in 3D but must draw a structural design on a 2-dimensional “drawing board”. Now designerscan actually start creating packaging designs in 3D with ArtiosCAD. Users start with a product model and automaticallyresize a Standard design to fit the product. Dedicated tools allow users to create internal fitments andwindows that follow the product’s shape.
ArtiosCAD creates a variety of 3D models of commonpackaging products like cans, bottles, glasses and bags. Theseproduct models support parametric design, allowing users to resize a single model to create a wide variety of shapes and sizes.

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Packaging designers often think in 3D but must draw a structural design on a 2-dimensional “drawing board”. Now designerscan actually start creating packaging designs in 3D with ArtiosCAD. Users start with a product model and automaticallyresize a Standard design to fit the product. Dedicated tools allow users to create internal fitments andwindows that follow the product’s shape.
ArtiosCAD creates a variety of 3D models of commonpackaging products like cans, bottles, glasses and bags. Theseproduct models support parametric design, allowing users to resize a single model to create a wide variety of shapes and sizes.

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Packaging designers often think in 3D but must draw a structural design on a 2-dimensional “drawing board”. Now designerscan actually start creating packaging designs in 3D with ArtiosCAD. Users start with a product model and automaticallyresize a Standard design to fit the product. Dedicated tools allow users to create internal fitments andwindows that follow the product’s shape.
ArtiosCAD creates a variety of 3D models of commonpackaging products like cans, bottles, glasses and bags. Theseproduct models support parametric design, allowing users to resize a single model to create a wide variety of shapes and sizes.

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