Autodesk Launches New Footwear Group

Autodesk has confirmed its commitment to Digital Footwear Creation by unveiling the new Autodesk Footwear group that will be fully focused on supporting designers and manufacturers of all types of footwear.

The ranges of products previously named Delcam Crispin and Delcam Custom Orthotic Insoles have been combined under the Autodesk Footwear brand. The new group brings together the existing software solutions, plus technologies and services for the footwear industry available from Autodesk.

All of the staff from the Delcam businesses have been moved into the new group, meaning that customers continue to benefit from the combined support of the development, sales and technical staff, and their vast experience in the production footwear and orthotic insole industries.

As part of its commitment to the current market and to the Future of Making Things, Autodesk Footwear combines solutions for the design and manufacture of production footwear and custom insoles to enable the creation of a complete custom shoe, from last creation, to complex upper and sole design, and to the incorporation of custom insoles.

Autodesk is renowned for its high quality design and manufacturing software across a wide range of sectors and the footwear team are looking forward to the opportunities that having a wider portfolio of products will bring to the industry.

Chris Lawrie, Director of Autodesk Footwear commented: “The reinforced focus on the footwear industry means greater possibilities for both our existing and new customers. Being able to provide an even wider range of tailored solutions improves the options available to both designers and manufacturers.”

The new group will continue the high level of investment in dedicated products and services for the footwear and insole creation market. By working with Autodesk Footwear, businesses will benefit from a team of developers, sales and support staff who together offer vast industry knowledge and experience in all areas of footwear development.

The footwear team has been established following Autodesk’s acquisition of Delcam in February 2014.

For more information, visit: www.autodesk.com/footwear

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