HIGH QUALITY, PROFESSIONAL TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION AND DOCUMENTATION
Poor product documentation creates a poor customer experience, no matter how good your product is. Your customer is not going to recommend your product if, after purchasing, they struggle to put it together. Even worse, poor documentation during the design-to-manufacturing process can lead to misconceptions and mistakes which can cost you time and money – and could also lead to poor product quality.
Our suite of technical communication solutions consists of many specialized products. Alone, each is designed for a specific task. Together, they offer a complete solution for your technical documentation process from concept to manufacturing to product delivery.
MORE THAN JUST A PROVIDER
From software implementation to mentoring and consulting, we offer
a full range of professional services to help solve your biggest
IMPROVE PERFORMANCE THROUGH TAILORED LEARNING
At Hawk Ridge, we offer a variety of flexible training options to
get you familiar with the software quickly. Whether you prefer
live, instructor-led courses or self-paced learning on-demand, we
have a training method for you.
Having supported the technical communication products since they
were first released, we’d like to say we’ve seen it all. But even
if we haven’t, we love a good challenge and will dive in with you
to get your problem solved as quickly possible.
Why should I buy Technical
Communications products through Hawk Ridge Systems?
We have been actively supporting, training, and selling all four of our
Technical Communications products since they were released. If you have an
issue, there is an exceptionally good chance we have seen it before. Even
if we have not, we have the largest technical team in the industry
standing by waiting to help.
Why are these programs grouped
Each program plays its part in the documentation process that is essential
to the lifecycle of a successful product. We have grouped them together so
you can easily view them in one location.
Why does SOLIDWORKS have so many
It’s true, there are 5 options for animation, each with its own purpose.
Built into SOLIDWORKS there are Animation and Motion Study. Both use the
same timeline, but Motion Study incorporates some simulation automation.
Both are made for the engineer working within SOLIDWORKS CAD for proof of
concept and testing. PhotoView360 is built for the engineer that will
render directly within SOLIDWORKS.
Outside of SOLIDWORKS, we have Visualize and Composer, both intended to be
used by anyone, bringing the data out of SOLIDWORKS and accessible to
departments such as marketing or technical publications. SOLIDWORKS
Visualize is intended for photorealism and is a raytraced rendering tool,
which means you will have to wait for the rendering to process. SOLIDWORKS
Composer is intended for quick technical publications; it is not
photorealistic but is very fast and gets the point across.