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SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD Design

SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD software offers three packages building in functionality and tiered to best suit the needs of your organisation in Singapore and elsewhere. All packages utilise the intuitive SOLIDWORKS user interface to speed up your design process and make you instantly productive.

SOLIDWORKS Premium

A comprehensive 3D design solution adds to the capabilities of SOLIDWORKS Professional with powerful simulation and design validation, as well as advanced wire and pipe routing functionality.

SOLIDWORKS Professional

SOLIDWORKS Professional builds on the capabilities of SOLIDWORKS Standard to increase innovation and productivity, with data management, photo realistic rendering, and a sophisticated components and parts library.

SOLIDWORKS Standard

Powerful 3D modelling services for rapid creation of parts, assemblies and 2D drawings with minimal training. Application-specific tools for sheet metal, weldments, surfacing, mold tool and die make it easy to deliver best-in-class designs. Unlock the benefits of 3D direct modelling software with SOLIDWORKS Standard.

Packages
A no-compromise solution for the engineer who wants it all. SOLIDWORKS Premium combines the capabilities of SOLIDWORKS Professional with powerful simulation and design validation toolsets, as well as advanced wire and pipe routing functionality. You will get designs right the first time with the SOLIDWORKS flagship offering.
For maximum design productivity, SOLIDWORKS Professional builds on the capabilities of SOLIDWORKS Standard. It introduces data management, photo realistic rendering, and a sophisticated components and parts library. Efficiency and innovation increase with the solution that is used by millions of designers.
A powerful 3D design solution for rapid creation of parts, assemblies and 2D drawings with minimal training. Application-specific tools for sheet metal, weldments, surfacing, mold tool and die make it easy to deliver best-in-class designs. Unlock the benefits of 3D with SOLIDWORKS Standard.

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  • Videos
  • Training Courses
SolidWorks Solution 2016

SOLIDWORKS 2016 Solutions

SOLIDWORKS design solutions help designers, engineers, and manufacturers create and deliver great products. Our integrated, powerful, yet easy-to-use solutions help drive innovation while covering all aspects of your product development process with a seamless workflow that simplifies even the most complex designs. SOLIDWORKS helps you eliminate barriers to innovation so your team can work more efficiently, reduce development time and cost, and get the information you need at exactly the right time for making better design decisions.

SolidWorks Premium 2016

SOLIDWORKS Premium 2016 Datasheet

SOLIDWORKS Premium seamlessly integrates powerful design tools - including industry-leading part, assembly, and drawing capabilities with built-in simulation, cost estimation, redering, animation, and product data management-to help you get your work done faster and easier than ever before. With innovative capabilities, SOLIDWORKS Premium moves you smoothly through the phases of product creation (Design, Validate, Collaborate, Build) to achieve a more productive 3D design experience.

SOLIDWORKS Electrical 2016

SOLIDWORKS Electrical 2016 Datasheet

SOLIDWORKS Electrical Solutions simplify electrical product design with specific tools designed for the engineering discipline and intuitive interfaces for faster design of embedded electrical systems. Native integration with SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD provides better collaboration and productivity, resulting in fewer product delays, more consistent and standardized designs, lower costs, and faster time-to-market.

SOLIDWORKS 3D Design Product Matrix

9 Criteria for Choosing a 3D CAD System

In the discrete manufacturing industries, between one-third and one-half of the CAD systems in use today are 3D. The rest are used for 2D computer-aided drafting. Although some tasks will always be done more efficiently with 2D CAD, these figures suggest many organisations have yet to employ 3D methods.

10 Strategies for Becoming an Effective CAD Leader

Successful engineering organisations have two important things in common: they know how to utilise computer-aided design (CAD) technology in ways that consistently advance productivity and instil innovation in product development, and they are led by capable managers who know how to best leverage available CAD tools. You, too, can become an effective CAD leader by taking a strategic approach to the implementation and use of CAD software and related applications. These 10 strategies can show you how.

Data Migration Success

Although switching to 3D CAD software dramatically improves business performance, the investment raises questions about how to handle legacy data. How much, if any, should be converted to 3D models?

4 Tips for Successfully Implementing Your CAD System

Congratulations! You have just purchased new 3D CAD software that promises to help your engineers design innovative products faster and with fewer errors. The steps outlined in this paper should help your company realise the benefits of your new toolset.

Proven Strategies to Fuel Your Design Team

Manufacturing companies’ design teams are an often underutilised asset for continuously improving products and processes. Given the right environment, design teams’ work can extend beyond product design to improve other critical business areas. Design teams can help shorten time-to-market, reduce production errors and costs, and increase revenue.

Bridging the Worlds of 2D and 3D CAD Design

As manufacturers rapidly transition from 2D to 3D CAD in today’s digital world, designers are demanding 3D to enhance their designs and improve communication. From websites to rapid prototyping, customers, designers, and engineers now depend on the latest 3D modelling tools.

First Look :: First look at SOLIDWORKS
First Look at SOLIDWORKS

SOLIDWORKS design process solutions transform your great ideas into great products. Intuitive design tools and a heads-up user interface give you power and speed to quickly move from 2D sketches to a virtual 3D product, even as SOLIDWORKS Simulation technology gives you the vital information you need to make good design decisions. See how SOLIDWORKS solutions will help you create better products in this informative series of videos.

Fundamental of SolidWorks
Fundamentals of SOLIDWORKS 3D Design

Your world isn't flat, and neither are the things you design—so why use a 2D CAD system? See how SOLIDWORKS intuitive, easy-to-use 3D CAD gives you greater control of the form, fit, and function of your designs. You have the tools to quickly go from concept to design, make changes, verify performance, and communicate your design to the shop floor and your customers. Watch this video to learn about the fundamental benefits of designing with SOLIDWORKS 3D Design.

Mechanism Buyer's Guide
Mechanism Buyer's Guide'

SOLIDWORKS Motion and SOLIDWORKS Simulation tackle your critical mechanism design challenges. With SOLIDWORKS software, you can visualise, understand, and refine your designs before they are even built. So you reduce the number of prototypes, save time and money, and get your products to market faster, with more confidence.

SolidWorks Screencast
5 Helpful Videos that You Shouldn't Miss

Got design challenges? Want to improve your day-to-day work and be more productive? Most designers and engineers answer yes and yes. That's why we've created this series of screencasts to give you the information you need to decide if SOLIDWORKS is the right solution for you.

Design for Manufacturability
Design for manufacturability

Do you run into these problems with your design?

  • It costs more to make than you expected
  • It doesn't fit together properly on the assembly line
  • You delay the release to correct performance problems
Course Name : Animation for Beginners Duration : 2.0 Day/s
Summary :

Animation for beginners will assist SOLIDWORKS users in creating animation for the purpose of studying design movement and preparing product presentation. Animation is great for visual language development and enable effective communication of design. Students will be able to study design movement effectively, sell their product better and improve on their skill set.

Prerequisites :

Knowledge of Windows® operating system.


Course Name : SOLIDWORKS for Beginners Duration : 2.0 Day/s
Summary :

SOLIDWORKS for Beginners teaches you the basics of SOLIDWORKS mechanical design automation software to build parametric models of parts and assemblies, and how to make drawings of those parts and assemblies. Students will be able to acquire literacy in using SOLIDWORKS to build their first 3D model. Lessons will be conducted in a project based learning format.

Prerequisites :

Knowledge of Windows® operating system.


Course Name : SOLIDWORKS Essential Duration : 5.0 Day/s
Summary :

SOLIDWORKS Essentials teaches you how to use the SOLIDWORKS mechanical design automation software to build parametric models of parts and assemblies, and how to make drawings of those parts and assemblies.

Prerequisites :

Mechanical design experience; experience with the Windows® operating system.


Course Name : SOLIDWORKS Drawings Duration : 2.0 Day/s
Summary :

This course teaches you how to make drawings of SOLIDWORKS parts and assemblies.

Prerequisites :

SOLIDWORKS Essentials


Course Name : Assembly Modelling Duration : 3.0 Day/s
Summary :

Assembly Modelling teaches you how to maximise your use of the assembly modelling capabilities of SOLIDWORKS mechanical design automation software.

Prerequisites :

SOLIDWORKS Essentials


Course Name : Advanced Part Modelling Duration : 2.0 Day/s
Summary :

Advanced Part Modelling teaches you how to use multibody solids, sweeping and lofting features, and the more advanced shaping capabilities of SOLIDWORKS.

Prerequisites :

SOLIDWORKS Essential


Course Name : Surface Modelling Duration : 2.0 Day/s
Summary :

Surface Modelling teaches you how to build freeform shapes using SOLIDWORKS mechanical design automation software.

Prerequisites :

SOLIDWORKS Essential, Advanced Part Modelling


Course Name : Mold Design Using SOLIDWORKS Duration : 2.0 Day/s
Summary :

Mold Design Using SOLIDWORKS teaches you several manual mold creation techniques and how to use the Mold Tools in SOLIDWORKS mechanical design automation software.

Prerequisites :

Advanced Part Modelling


Course Name : Sheet Metal Duration : 2.0 Day/s
Summary :

Sheet Metal and Weldments teaches you how to build sheet metal parts using SOLIDWORKS mechanical design automation software. Building standalone sheet metal parts, and converting conventional parts to sheet metal, including in assembly context, are covered.

Prerequisites :

SOLIDWORKS Essential


Course Name : Weldments Duration : 1.0 Day/s
Summary :

Weldments teaches you how to create welded structures with standard structural members. Weld beads are also covered.

Prerequisites :

SOLIDWORKS Essentials


Course Name : SOLIDWORKS Routing - Electrical Duration : 2.0 Day/s
Summary :

Routing - Electrical explains how to create, edit and manage Electrical routes, from the critical routing components and their design requirements to the sub-assemblies that contain the routes.

Prerequisites :

SOLIDWORKS Essentials


Course Name : SOLIDWORKS Routing - Piping and Tubing Duration : 2.0 Day/s
Summary :

Routing - Piping and Tubing explains how to create, edit and manage Piping and Tubing routes, from the critical routing components and their design requirements to the subassemblies that contain the routes.

Prerequisites :

SOLIDWORKS Essentials


Course Name : File Management Duration : 1.0 Day/s
Summary :

SOLIDWORKS File Management teaches you how to manage files within SOLIDWORKS. This course should be taken before any of the SOLIDWORKS Enterprise PDM courses, and is also ideal for any SOLIDWORKS user not using SOLIDWORKS Enterprise PDM. It includes explanations of the SOLIDWORKS file structure, file references, file associativity, and how to manage a multi-user environment.

Prerequisites :

General experience with the SOLIDWORKS software. General experience with the Windows operating system.


Course Name : API Fundamentals Course Duration : 3.0 Day/s
Summary :

API Fundamentals teaches you how to use the SOLIDWORKS API (Application Programming Interface) to automate and customise SOLIDWORKS.

Prerequisites :

SOLIDWORKS Essentials, Visual Basic programming.