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What’s New in SOLIDWORKS 2017 3D Printing

3D printing — also known as additive manufacturing — turns digital 3D models into solid objects by building them up in layers. You can easily identify wall thickness and gap issues based on material and layer height before 3D Printing so that you can save time and material. If you are not printing at your […]

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ENGINEERING CHALLENGES TACKLED WITH SOLIDWORKS ELECTRICAL SOLUTIONS

SOLIDWORKS electrical outlook There are different electrical 2D and 3D CAD platforms that one can use, but the most popular name that is used extensively is SOLIDWORKS electrical. The SOLIDWORKS Electrical database is loaded with nearly 500,000 standard-specific schematic symbols and manufacturer-specific parts. Each part can be directly linked to an accurate 2D “footprint” for […]

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What is SOLIDWORKS Simulation and how it helps?

Discover SOLIDWORKS Simulation   To gain a better understanding of how SOLIDWORKS Simulation can help your business I recommend you take a new Introduction to Simulation video training course available in MySolidWorks. The course includes the following video lessons: Discover the SOLIDWORKS Simulation product suite. Get started with an introduction of the Simulation user interface and walk through the setup process. Learn how […]

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DS SOLIDWORKS Simulation

Raise the quality of your products, and reduce the cost of live prototypes and testing by easily subjecting your designs to real-world conditions. Efficiently evaluate performance, improve quality, and boost product innovation with the powerful and extensive suite of SOLIDWORKS Simulation packages. You can set up virtual real-world environments to test your product designs before […]

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