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3D Systems Alibre Design Expert Engineering Software ALI-ADEXP is an industrial-strength, affordable parametric solid modeling system. Create precise 3D mechanical designs and automatically generate and detail associative 2D drawings that update when the 3D model changes.


3D Model Creation
Surfacing Tools
Sheet Metal Modeling
Advanced Sheet Metal Modeling
2D Documentation Creation
Design Configurations
2 Standard Part Libraries
Photorealistic Rendering
Document Management
Alibre Motion

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