Bill Temelkovski is one of our most active Autodesk Labs users. He has evaluated:
- 2D to 3D Tool for Inventor
- 3D Annotation for Inventor
- Assorted ADN plugins of the month
- Feature Recognition for Inventor
- Inventor Fusion Technology Preview
- Mesh Enabler for Inventor
- Photo Scene Editor for Project Photofly
- Project Krypton design feedback for Inventor and SolidWorks
- Project Snap design content locator for AutoCAD
- Rhino Import Translator for Inventor
- Solar Radiation Technology Preview for Revit
- Shape Extraction for AutoCAD
- Advanced Simulation Technology Preview for Inventor 2010
- JT Translator Add-in for Inventor 2009
- Inventor Plastic Features Technology Preview
- Inventor Publisher Technology Preview
- User Interface Technology Preview for Inventor 2009
Bill is a designer/drafter/software user/installer/beta tester for Owens-Illinois Asia Pacific Technical Centre in Melbourne, Australia. Owens-Illinois is one of the biggest glass container producers in the world (beer and wine bottles, jars, etc.). Originally founded in 1903 as the Owens Bottle Company (by the inventor of the automatic bottlemaking machine, Michael J. Owens), the company was among the first to manufacture glass bottles and jars of uniform height, shape, and capacity. Today Owens-Illinois has a high focus on sustainability and the environment with ~22,000 employees in ~21 countries.
Bill is in the furnace design group but also works in mechanical and structural areas as well, basically performing facilities engineering for Owens-Illinois Asia Pacific plants. He was first trained on release 9 of AutoCAD and has been using it ever since including AutoCAD Mechanical and Inventor Professional. Bill works with other team members who are now learning/using Revit Structure and AutoCAD MEP. Bill has worked in the areas like Petrochem, Boilers, Pressure Vessels, Pharmaceutical, and Materials handling.
We are happy to have users like Bill who try our technology previews. As we way at Labs: Your experience shapes the future of our technology. And with users like Bill, it does.
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