UK’s Ogle selects ZW3D CAD/CAM Software

OgleModels selects AEC & MCAD Solution from ZWCAD Software Co.

OgleModels, a high-quality modeling and prototyping producer based out of the UK, has chosen the CAD/CAM solution ZW3D. Ogle claims that the software helps them to cut costs by allowing their in-house designers to use the program without the need of external CAD designers.

Ogle uses 3D Printing, CNC machining, and vacuum molding to produce final products for companies as renowned as Rolls-Royce and Bentley; companies that are designing superior products for high-end users.

Ogle needed to stop their reliance on external CAD designers, but to do so they needed an easy to use CAD/CAM environment. If the system was simple enough, their model makers, mechanical, and industrial designers could master it quickly without affecting the quality of the end product. The new system, however, needed quick technical support in case any designers ran into problems.

Ogle claims that ZW3D has a user-friendly interface, with distinct workflows and easy sharing. This allows their designers to complete massive and complicated designs without the need of external research or development. ZW3D also provides the 24 hour assistance and update support Ogle requires to get the job done. This made ZW3D the perfect choice for Ogle’s needs, and in the end Ogle was able to maximize designs while still limiting cost.

Image and Source courtesy of ZWCAD Software Co.

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Shawn Wasserman

For over 10 years, Shawn Wasserman has informed, inspired and engaged the engineering community through online content. As a senior writer at WTWH media, he produces branded content to help engineers streamline their operations via new tools, technologies and software. While a senior editor at, Shawn wrote stories about CAE, simulation, PLM, CAD, IoT, AI and more. During his time as the blog manager at Ansys, Shawn produced content featuring stories, tips, tricks and interesting use cases for CAE technologies. Shawn holds a master’s degree in Bioengineering from the University of Guelph and an undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Waterloo.