SWID
SOLIDWORKS Industrial Designer

SOLIDWORKS® Industrial Designer (SWID) is a concept design tool that allows you to quickly generate multiple industrial design concepts in response to a design brief. It offers unique tools for the rapid creation, manipulation, and modification of designs using native and imported geometry

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    SWID combines subdivision surface modeling and parametric modeling that delivers a flexible and instinctive solution. It's broad-based collaborative framework helps accelerate your industrial design and reduce costs.

    SWID allows you to capture your ideas digitally, quickly create 3D concept models, get feedback from internal and external stakeholders, and easily manage multiple concepts before committing engineering time to build a prototype.

    SWID includes Platform Contributor to easily save your information in a safe, secure environment. It is complementary to SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD, allowing you to validate your concepts in SWIC, then transition the model to SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD to complete the detailed designs and documentation.

     

    SOLIDWORKS Industrial Designer Capabilities include:

    Intuitive Freehand Sketching
    Allows you to capture your design ideas directly in a 3D environment.

    Simplified Design Evolution
    Quickly moves your concept from sketches to complex 3D geometry, helping accelerate time-to-market.

    Realistic Rendering
    Enables you to produce stunning images to help convey exactly how the finished product will look.

    Additional Capabilities:

    Single Modeling Environment
    Concept Management
    SOCIAL/Collaborative
    Cloud/Connected
    Concept Sketching
    Integrated Freeform and Parametric Surface/Solid Modeling
    Direct Editing
    Predictive Computing
    Rendering
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Webcast: The Relationship Between 3D Printing and Simultion Technologies

3D printing and Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) are now common tools engineers use to conceptualize designs. This 45 minute webcast will investigate how 3D printing and simulation technologies have traditionally worked together and where they are going.



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Live Workshop: Step-by-Step Guide to Migrating SOLIDWORKS PDM

During this interactive workshop with data management experts you will learn how to avoid setbacks and come out on top when migrating from SOLIDWORKS PDM Workgroup to your new PDM environment. Whether you are moving to SOLIDWORKS PDM Standard or Professional, this workshop will give you valuable insights. You will take back to your office an actionable plan.

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