Why Choose SolidWorks 3D CAD For Mechanical Product Design & Drawings?
SolidWorks is the trusted choice of Manufacturers and Product designers to produce desired design and drawings with ease and efficiency. It comes with the unparalleled combination of ease of use and high-end functionality, allowing mechanical engineers an extremely powerful creative tool for developing effective and technically robust mechanical design solutions. SolidWorks’ capabilities, for an illustration, make it easier than ever to analyze complex forms and geometries and develop impressive product designs while retaining the intended mechanical expression.
Solidworks comes with more data/drawing translation formats than any other CAD technique. Features include view folding which allows designers to migrate from 2D CAD to make best use of DWG or DXF drawing views and explore incoming 3D data which can be converted into native SolidWorks files. With SolidWorks, your critical 2d or 3D data is not only safe but remains highly flexible and accessible any time.
SolidWorks facilitates supreme control over your design-to-fabrication process. The advanced configuration management tool can produce multiple versions of components, assemblies and 2D CAD drawings in a single window with minimal time and effort. It comes with fully associative assembly functions – guaranteeing that each element of a 3D model is digitally connected – helping you visualize small areas more accurately.
SolidWorks has improved collaboration tool that help all stake holders to work more efficiently with one another. Designers, manufacturers and clients – all can communicate on a single platform easily and effectively. The integration module facilitates a comprehensive, single-window approach to assembly design.
Product designers can use SolidWorks advance capabilities to expedite, streamline, improve the design-to-manufacture process, reduce errors and risk which results in less cost and strict adherence to given schedule. SolidWorks has excellent “what-if design” analytical features that help automate many crucial design works such as executing changes between 3D models and 2D drawings and detect interference among different components in an assembly.