- Creating a 3D passport
- Using the collaborative space in 3DExperience
- Navigating the xDesign GUI
- Accessing the toolbar tabs
- Getting design guidance
- Creating profiles to customize input loads and constraints
Skill Level Beginner
- [David] With all the demands that come from engineering and designing in a global marketplace, it requires us to be able to create complex designs from anywhere. When visiting vendors or new clients, it's often difficult to bring the power of SOLIDWORKS with you in your pocket. But now with SOLIDWORKS xDesign, we can bring all of our designs and engineering documentation with us by just having access to an internet browser. Like its predecessor SOLIDWORKS, SOLIDWORKS xDesign is a CAD platform that gives you the ability to create complex designs but now adds the benefit of giving you access to your files all around the world and the ability to collaborate in real time with other designers.
My name is David Antanavige, CSWE and winner of the SOLIDWORKS xDesign Challenges. I've been working in CAD for 15 years, and this new product is extremely exciting. If you're interested in the future of CAD design, you'll want to join us for this course, SOLIDWORKS xDesign.
Cert Prep: Certified SOLIDWORKS Associatewith Gabriel Corbett1h 44m Intermediate
SOLIDWORKS: Advanced Sketchingwith David Antanavige1h 21m Beginner
SOLIDWORKS: Design for Mechatronicswith Justin Flett1h 38m Intermediate
1. Introduction to the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform
2. xDesign GUI
3. Toolbar Tabs
4. Design Guidance
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