Table of contents:
- Simply open and edit native files
- Picture gallery
- Diverse program around the entire process chain
- 3D printer for composite materials
Coffee presented this multitude of improvements and highlights from Solidworks 2017 at five events across Germany. More than 300 Solidworks users and interested parties took the opportunity to take part in the Solidworks 2017 events. You could not only inform yourself about the numerous innovations, but also exchange ideas with other users in the region.
Simply open and edit native files
The novelty that a majority of users have been waiting for with great excitement is certainly 3D interconnect. This new feature enables opening and further editing of native files from PTC Creo, Autodesk Inventor, Siemens NX, Solidedge and Catia in Solidworks.
3D CAD software
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Diverse program around the entire process chain
In addition to lectures, live demos and user reports on Solidworks and the new highlights, the events offered a varied program covering the entire process chain. Solidworks not only offers a first-class CAD program, but also a wide range of products with various additional tools that make work easier for the designer. Furthermore, the tips & tricks for everyday work with Solidworks have always been particularly popular.
3D printer for composite materials
The 3D printers from the American partner company Markforged also met with great interest. The innovative 3D printer Mark Two was presented live on site. This is actually unique on the market because the printing of composite materials enables extremely stable functional parts, tools and devices to be manufactured.
The events at the Angelburg, Cologne, Hanover, Munich and Gladbeck locations offered a colorful and exciting program so that everyone could take one or two helpful tips for everyday construction work with them, Coffee said. (mz)
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