SolidWorks Training Events & Webinars, CAD User Groups & Conferences

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SOLIDWORKS & Stratasys
Webinars, Conferences and Events

The emphasis at CADD Edge events is on learning, not selling. We offer a variety of regularly scheduled webinars and local seminars, and an annual product design event in multiple cities throughout the Northeast. In addition to our own events, we support and encourage participation in local user groups to help you learn new skills and maintain your edge.

Upcoming Webinars

CADD Edge offers regularly scheduled educational webinars. These events cover SolidWorks basics and design process fundamentals. Find out how to increase the accuracy and reliability of your product designs with SolidWorks CAD Software, optimize the design and development process with SolidWorks Simulation, communicate and display design concepts more effectively through 3DVia Composer, manage and share your design data anywhere with SolidWorks Enterprise PDM, and print detailed 3D prototypes that reduce the need to rework your product designs with Stratasys.

Recorded Webinars

CADD Edge offers free webinars covering a wide variety of design, engineering, and manufacturing topics. The sessions cover all aspects of 3D cad software and 3D design programs from flow simulation and stress analysis to cam for cad and design automation solutions. We also feature presentations covering related topics such as 3D printing and rapid prototyping as well as product data management and product lifecycle management.

Tradeshow Calendar

As a leading provider of 3D CAD software, 3D design programs, 3D printers, and engineering business solutions, CADD Edge participates in many tradeshows and conferences throughout New England and in the Mid-Atlantic states. We can usually be found at the Design & Manufacturing, Design2Part, and EASTEC events as well as many of the SolidWorks user groups and user conferences. Always on hand are our Solutions Specialists and Applications Engineers to answer any questions you may have – from rapid prototyping on your desktop to 64-bit CAM for your machine shop to product data management for your enterprise.