Tacton

This easy-to-use design automation tool, fully embedded in SOLIDWORKS, will automate your construction and sales processes. Create accurate, high-quality quote documents for your customers at a fraction of the cost.

The best way to sell customized products

It often requires a lot of time to manually change all the parameters necessary to develop customized design proposals in the design phase. And in the sales process, it takes time to finalize proposals and obtain the right price.

With an automated design process, you can simplify your design data and create variants of complete products and parts quickly and efficiently.

This powerful interactive configurator is based on given rules that redefines how you handle different configurations. Fully embedded in SOLIDWORKS, Tacton makes it easier to buy the right product from you.

Why use Tacton?

There are plenty of reasons. Here are three important benefits:

  • Automate routine tasks and reduce costs with modularization
  • Easy to configure, build and sell products with many variants
  • Slash design customization time with automation

VAK Oy

“The biggest benefits from using 3D Design with SOLIDWORKS has been achieved in the production where the cycle time has been reduced significantly, because all the parts are ready made and fit perfectly together. We no longer have to wait for missing parts or make engineering changes during the production phase.”

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  • Buyers Guide to CAD

    Deciding on the right 3D CAD solution for your company is not an easy task. It can be a jungle to navigate between the offers and which concrete tools you need, that can help you accelerate innovation and strengthen the product development process.

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