Story of Sheet duplicator

Sheet duplicator was released in July 2016, and it was an instant hit! Downloads all around the world were made and one review came after the other. People made youtube clips of its utilization and people wrote about the tool in many different blogs. At that time, the tool was also very unique as there were no other tools that could make +100 sheets by only of 3 to 4 clicks. Due to the high demand and success it brought with it.

We, as developer for the tool where hit by lots of inquiries for when we will release the same addin in Autodesk app store in different languages. To begin with, the tool was only available on the English platform, but as time went on we managed to put it in all sorts of other language platforms.

Towards the end of 2016, the tool have received several very positive reviews and it culminated in December 2016 with an award of best freeware at rvtaddon.com as well as several editors choice award in various other blogs.

Since that day, we at Optimizer tools have not looked back. We have listened to your wishes, improved the tool gradually and tried to satisfy all queries. It has not always been easy, because we do not compromise on our design and simple setup. We are opposed to make our tools complicated. There should not be +100 buttons that can do this and that. The purpose of the tool is to create 100 sheets or more in the matter of seconds. Import sheet names and sheet numbers using Excel and get options on sheets when creating new sheets.

Sheet duplicator has from the very beginning been the one that has the glued Optimizer tools together. With this bond, we have gradually developed more and more tools together and we will continue to do so in the future.

  • 5-star rated app in Autodesk appstore

  • People choice award winner in 2016

  • User friendly and easy to utilize

  • Create 100 sheets or more in the matter of seconds

The first rule of any technology used in a business is that automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency. The second is that automation applied to an inefficient operation will magnify the inefficiency.