At Procad we have built a wide range of experience in delivering and implementing 3D design and engineering software solutions in the Irish market.
Together with our customers we work to develop implementation and training plans to enable them to grow and develop their business and to gain the most from their software investment.
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AutoCAD LT, Inventor LT & Revit LT
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY
MARK DANAGHER, KIRBY
The model revealed that equipment that was being assembled in Germany to be shipped over to Ireland would not fit in the available space – there was a clash with the structural steel. Modifications were made to the equipment, while it was still in Germany, and slotted into place with no problems. The BIM model had paid for itself with that one clash detection!
Recently, Procad provided Revit training for all our detailers. This course was of huge benefit to the team and Kirby have agreed to continue training with Procad on all of the Autodesk software used by the company including Navisworks Vault and Revit.
DR EDMOND HARTY – DAIRYMASTER
Established in 1968 by Ned Harty, Dairymaster is still a family-owned business now in its second generation under Dr Edmond Harty. From its production plant in Causeway, Co. Kerry it now exports its branded range of milking and feeding equipment for dairy farms to 38 countries including Australia, Japan and North America as well as Europe from the UK to Russia. Employing 170 people at its manufacturing plant, Dairymaster also has branches in Britain, a market it entered in 1990, and the USA where it has been particularly successful in recent years.
In 3D, the presentation capabilities of Inventor are outstanding for discussions with colleagues or external experts, staff training and screen demonstration to customers. We can even animate aspects of the computer model to show exactly how specific elements of the milking systems work
FRANCIS MERRIGAN – ABBEY MACHINERY
Established over 110 years ago in Nenagh, Co. Tipperary, Abbey Farm Equipment is still a Cavanagh family-owned business involving descendants of the founder. It now manufactures agricultural machinery for farms throughout Ireland as well as export to the UK and other northern European markets, notably Germany and Denmark. It has a state-of-the-art 80,000 sq ft engineering facility employing over 100 people which is currently manufacturing almost 3,000 high specification farm machines annually.