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February 1, 2008
Client News

A-System will immediately put ShipConstructor 2008 to work as the company begins modeling and detailing a new 290-meter pipe laying vessel for Yantai Raffles Shipyard Limited, under contract from Saipem.

Korean shipbuilding design firms A-System Co. Ltd. and Onetop Co. Ltd. have purchased ShipConstructor Software Inc.’s newest generation design software program, “ShipConstructor 2008”, to provide 3D product modeling and production planning to the world’s leading shipbuilding nation.

To further support Korea’s international status and help companies keep pace with the ongoing need for skilled ship-building personnel, A-System is also now a ShipConstructor training centre, providing in-depth training in which an experienced instructor works with the client to help them get started on their specific production project.

A-System will immediately put ShipConstructor 2008 to work as the company begins modeling and detailing a new 290-meter pipe laying vessel for Yantai Raffles Shipyard Limited, under contract from Saipem.
“We’re very excited to be using world-class ShipConstructor to design this large, complex vessel,” said S.G. Kim, President, A-System Co. Ltd. “ShipConstructor is the most dependable, powerful, intuitive and easy-to-use ship design software on the market today, and we are confident that it will help us to deliver the very best results for our client—on time and on budget.”

The Ice-Strengthened, purpose-built DP pipelay and subsea construction vessel lays pipelines and supports developments in deep waters. With a main deck height of 24 meters, it has a molded breadth of 39 metres and an operating draught ranging from 7 to 10 meters. The 43,000 light ship ton vessel includes an S-Lay Pipe System with a future option of installing a J-Lay System. It will be equipped with a 600-metric ton Mast Crane and two 55-ton pipe handling gantry cranes. It will accommodate up to 538 people. The vessel will be built under the American Bureau of Shipping classification.

ShipConstructor’s AutoCAD-based software provides a groundbreaking DDROM™ SmartParts™ 3D parametric modeling and revision system and is completely compatible with many powerful programs such as Inventor, Rhino, MaxSurf, Multisurf, NavisWorks and all versions of SQL Server 2000 and SQL Server 2005.

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  1. HS says:

    would it be possible for you to provide me of the price information and brochure
    for ShipConstructor Software.

    i make sure that it would be help to our business.

    thank you for help in advance.

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