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Danko Arlington Showcases at the 2007 Solidworks World Convention

Danko Arlington showcased several of its production castings at the Solidworks Solidworld software convention held in New Orleans from February 4th -7th, 2007.

The company’s Foundry Division submitted an air manifold, an aircraft slip-ring housing, and a full scale bronze cannon for display which were all created from electronic data files written in Solidworks.

Danko Arlington uses Solidworks as its primary computer-aided design (CAD) software for drawing three dimensional castings, foundry tooling, and fixtures. The software’s powerful and useful features, particularly for mold design, enable the Pattern and Machine Divisions to create, translate, and/or manipulate even the most complex state-of-the-art parts for metal casting.