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An extensive tool set to easily create images, animations, and interactive content.
Would making design decisions in real time help you reduce design cycle time and deliver better products? Would the ability to share a 3D file in a web browser with stakeholders help improve communication during the design phase?
Blow away the competition and take your project to the next level with the many advanced features found in SOLIDWORKS® Visualize Professional. Utilize camera animations and one-click 360 degree spins to show off design and engineering solutions, helping to describe complex features and ultimately sell more product and ideas. Rapidly create and compare multiple design directions, to make better business decisions and get your products to market faster while capturing maximum market share.
We all aspire to be Superheroes. They save the world and amaze everyone around them. Sometimes being an engineer and designing a new product feels like being a Superhero. We engineers balance fit, form & function while choosing materials that will stand up to the environment—all while managing the project data, revisions, and timeline. It’s a LOT.
Cinema might be over a century old. But it’s showing no sign of slowing down. Even a quick glance through its history tells its own filmic story of technology’s progress through the decades. From humble, silent monochrome beginnings, through to the lush, colourful expanse of CinemaScope, 3D and today’s jaw-dropping digital effects, film has both pushed and chronicled the latest in technology for audiences worldwide.
The silver screen’s sparkle is showing no sign of dimming just yet, and it’s technology that pushes the multi-billion dollar film industry to the next generation of movie-goers. So, how is film doing this, and what can audiences look forward to?
As you all know SOLIDWORKS 2018 added significant new functionality as well as many new products to our product development ecosystem to fully support your ability to quickly take your good ideas and transform them into innovative, great new products. We introduced tools that facilitated the design of smart, connected products as well as new CAM tools to help you jump start your smart manufacturing initiatives.
With all these very important pieces of the extended product portfolio in place, this year’s release focuses on what’s most important to you: improving your day-to-day productivity. Of course, we’ve added some amazing new functionality, in fact way too many to include in this blog. Let’s take a look at some of them, but first let’s talk about some of the improvements made in SOLIDWORKS 2019 that will help you get your job done faster on a day-to-day basis.
SOLIDWORKS 2019 contains many exciting improvements and new capabilities that help you design, present, and communicate your ideas faster and easier. Here are some of the key improvements:
Establish and grow a 3D printer manufacturing company by inventing and innovating a disruptive continuous carbon fiber 3D printing technology, which rapidly produces high-strength, production-quality parts that are stronger and more cost-effective than metal parts at low volumes.
Implement SOLIDWORKS design, SOLIDWORKS Premium design and analysis, and SOLIDWORKS PDM product data management software solutions.
Designers, suppliers and manufacturers use the 3DEXPERIENCE Marketplace to fulfill orders for new business. Want to join the party? Then join the 3DEXPERIENCE Marketplace. Whether you are seeking bids on your latest design or offering to produce it, you need to know how to connect with new vendors and customers on the 3DEXPERIENCE Marketplace.
Dassault Systemes created this 3DEXPERIENCE Marketplace so the SOLIDWORKS and CATIA communities including designers, producers, and suppliers can connect and efficiently do business on one common exchange. It’s a win-win for everyone. Designers and engineers get fast quotes and can move to production quickly while suppliers and manufacturers get new business leads and can expand their book of business.
Have you ever thought about consolidating your product design on SOLIDWORKS, but didn’t because you were intimidated by the idea of migrating all your legacy design data? After all your company has spent a considerable amount—of both money and manhours—creating an enormous amount of product designs so the thought of having to move all of them to a new CAD system, like SOLIDWORKS, can seem overwhelming.
So first off, you probably wouldn’t have to migrate as much of that data as you might think. The video below debunks the myth that you have to move ALL your data. The reality is that it’s probably much less data than you would think.
While 3D printers have been around for over 30 years, the reality of using a printer for manufacturing purposes at a reasonable price has only recently been available. 3D printers ascended to prominence largely on the backs of desktop machines, while printers capable of producing parts that would survive the factory floor were exorbitantly expensive. This created a false but lasting perception in the industry: you could either get cheap 3D printers to make trinkets and toys or million-dollar machines with excessive facilities equipment capable of printing in coveted heavy-duty materials. The truth is the industry has changed, and more and more businesses around the world are now turning to 3D printers as an addition to their manufacturing process.