I'm wondering if we should move this article to Gehry Technologies so it can be more general and include a section about Digital Project as well as their strategic relationship with Autodesk 2 and with Dassault Systemes who now sell Digital Project direct. This article is interesting about the connection between the two. I'll try and add some of that to this article but what do others think about moving? --duncan.lithgow (talk) 17:46, 16 May 2012 (UTC)
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