Even after nearly three decades, the SOLIDWORKS user experience continues to improve with each release.
Lightweight Mode, Large Design Review, Detailing Mode and graphics performance have all been improved upon as a response to the ever-growing demands for better performance.
Why not do more with less? It's possible with macros.
When SOLIDWORKS Assemblies get bigger, the stakes get higher—every click matters, sluggish seconds gets amplified and your system can come to a screeching halt. We all know the helpless feeling of the system locking up ...
Basics of FEA meshing You can’t run a simulation without meshing; it’s not possible. Meshing is to simulation what chicken is to chicken soup – the core building block. Meshing creates the finite elements that ...
What do you really need to know to get started?
The software is broad, and so are the training resources available online.
Focusing on geometry that isn’t straight and square, but which can be swoopy, curvy or organic.
The best of the last ten years.
Right now, working from home is not just one way to work; it’s the only way to work. Luckily with SOLIDWORKS, there are several options to use the software remotely. So, here is the definitive ...
Engineering managers are sporadic SOLIDWORKS users, but play a key role in the design process.