Kevin Quigley uses Cobalt™ CAD and 3D modeling software in conjunction with SolidWorks, HyperShot, and any number of other modeling tools to get the job done quickly and effectively for his clients. He particularly likes Cobalt’s flexibility for conceptual design, easy revisions, file translation and platform independence.
Learn how major design revisions in Cobalt were a breeze compared to doing them in SolidWorks as Quigley designed bathtubs for Victoria & Albert in Dare to be Square.
See how Quigley trilled his customers at Village Mill by allowing them to work interactively with him, easily accommodating their desired design changes on the spot in Optimizing the Optima.
Read how Quigley used Cobalt for fast design concepts that the client could view from all angles in Finding Form for the MapJack.
Then see how he used Cobalt to create a design for rapid prototyping in a matter of hours in Right the First Time.
View Quigley and 14 other designers from around the world as they talk about the non-linear creative process that makes Ashlar-Vellum 3D modeling software so unique in our movie Organic Workflow™ in Consumer Product Design.
Then see how he and other designers use Cobalt together with SolidWorks, utilizing the very best features of both programs to create the best designs for their clients in our movie Organic Workflow™: Cobalt & SolidWorks.
Click here to listen to Quigley talk about the flexibility of being able to move freely between Mac and Windows and different software as required.
Then hear him talk about how some software is more suitable for certain tasks than others.
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