Upcoming Webinars
SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD, Simulation, Enterprise PDM, Composer, Electrical, Mechanical Conceptual & Inspection Webinars

CADD Edge offers regularly scheduled webinars. These webinars cover SOLIDWORKS basics and design process fundamentals. Learn how to increase the accuracy and reliability of your product designs with SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD Software, optimize the design and development process with SOLIDWORKS Simulation, communicate and display design concepts more effectively through Composer, and manage and share your design data anywhere with SOLIDWORKS Enterprise PDM.

 

SOLIDWORKS Industrial Designer

August 18, 2015 | 10:00am

In this webinar we will take our first look at the exciting capabilities in SOLIDWORKS Industrial Designer. During the overview we will focus on how you can push and pull a Freeform body to end up with sleek ergonomic designs with the intuitiveness you have come to expect in SOLIDWORKS.
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Did You Know, Non-Linear

August 20, 2015 | 10:00am

In this series we will demonstrate many tips and tricks of simulation that the average user may not be aware of, including set up, running, and post processing.

Part three of our series showcases our most advanced simulation package and some “hidden” capabilities inside it. Also the differences in what can be done in static versus what has to be done in non-linear, and why, will be discussed in detail.
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How To Go Paperless with MBD

August 21, 2015 | 10:00am

Ok, we've all heard the “paperless” claims before, but now you truly can go paperless. Thanks to standards, time, adoption, and more paperless solutions are here and you can migrate to them saving a lot of time and money. See how using SOLIDWORKS MBD and 3D annotations can be used to document your models clearly and accurately. This toolkit will help you reduce scrap, save time, and communicate more intuitively and accurately. Now is the time to seriously consider the paperless option.
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Intro to SOLIDWORKS 3D Mechanical CAD & FEA

September 1, 2015 | 10:00am

Put to rest your doubts about SOLIDWORKS capabilities because we are going to show how SOLIDWORKS can provide a complete solution to help you create more powerful and accurate designs fast! Discover how easy SOLIDWORKS 3D modeling software is to use as we demonstrate how to create detailed production quality parts, assemblies, and drawings. We’ll explore FEA (Finite Element Analysis) through SOLIDWORKS Simulation to ensure your designs will stand up to their vigorous real-world requirements before you even reach the prototype stage. Finally, see how to more accurately track your revisions and workflows, and generate assembly instructions concurrently with the design process, saving you from tedious rework once the design is finalized.
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SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic Automatic

September 3, 2015 | 10:00am

Schematics can be very time consuming to create and maintain, and SOLIDWORKS Electrical’s intuitive user interface and workflow help keep you organized and on task. However, being able to draft a design more quickly is only the tip of the proverbial iceberg. A much bigger problem which often goes unnoticed is the time and effort spent generating and error-proofing supporting documentation such as BOMs, wire lists, cable cut lists, and pinouts. It's clerical work on an engineer's salary, and is extremely wasteful. In this webinar, we'll explore not only how easy SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic is to use, but also how it turns your drawings into data goldmines, allowing you to fully automate wire numbering and the production of reports which are never out of date.
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How to determine the number of gates you need for your injection molded part

September 8, 2015 | 10:00am

In this webinar we will look specifically at the issue of gates. Anything from size to location and even number of gates will be discussed in this webinar. We will also look at other tools you will want to take advantage of in regards to plastics injection molding.
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Reusing Schematic Data with SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D

September 10, 2015 | 10:00am

It's time to put away the string and tape. It’s surprising just how many companies are still reliant on outdated methods to estimate the lengths of their wires and cables and to determine the fit and placement of electrical components. What’s most interesting is just how many already have an untapped resource to facilitate this very task – SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD!In this webinar, you’ll see just how the SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D add-in for SOLIDWORKS can be used to leverage existing schematic data to create accurate 3D routes all within a native SOLIDWORKS assembly.
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SOLIDWORKS Tips and Tricks

September 15, 2015 | 10:00am

Do you have the slightest bit of skepticism about SOLIDWORKS power when it comes to assemblies? Then you MUST attend this webinar. You’ll see firsthand how tools and functions make working in assemblies quicker and easier. Discover the newest features and functions in assemblies that are sure to help you be more efficient.
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The Ins & Outs of Enterprise PDM

September 17, 2015 | 10:00am

In this webinar, we will take a look at how you can use EPDM to ensure that everyone is working on the same page with their designs by managing who has the file checked out, if it’s released, and how to find things.
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Spend more time inspecting instead of ballooning

September 22, 2015 | 10:00am

Do you spend days at a time creating inspection reports? After measurements are taken how long does it take to enter that data into Excel? Using SOLIDWORKS Inspection we will show you how to cut that day plus process down to mere minutes all while saving you time, money and eliminating errors in translation.
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A peek under the hood of Enterprise PDM

September 24, 2015 | 10:00am

In this webinar we will take a look at how easy it is to make changes to Enterprise PDM, and how quickly they affect the user’s experience.
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Creating Engaging Animations with SOLIDWORKS Composer

September 29, 2015 | 10:00am

In this webinar, we’ll go through the process of creating an animation for a particular assembly.  These animations can be used for marketing material, assembly instructions, user guides, or anything else you can imagine.  We’ll show how camera views and angles are utilized, how components can be moved and hidden through transitions, and how details and notes can be added to better communicate your designs.”
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