SOLIDWORKS in Industry Special Purpose Machinery

Wednesday February 13, 2019 at 12:31pm

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SOLIDWORKS in the Special Purpose Machinery sector is invaluable and as UK and Ireland’s largest reseller we have helped many companies learn and boost their skill set to ensure that SOLIDWORKS is a vital and beneficial tool for these companies.

SOLIDWORKS in Industry Special Purpose Machinery

“An industry expected to grow by 12 billion dollars globally by 2022 - Technavio, 2018”

There are many benefits to using SOLIDWORKS within the Special Purpose Machinery, some of these being;

Design simulation and stress testing

By being able to test how the prototype reacts to things such as stress, strain, and deflection it allows you to be able to optimise and refine your models meaning you are able to test and make parts of models lighter and remove any unnecessary materials.

Detecting interferences and collisions

Within SOLIDWORKS you’re able to integrate designs for interferences and collisions. This is highly important when working with difficult and intricate mechanical systems. With SOLIDWORKS you’re able to spot any manufacturing errors before they arise. 

Reduce the time from design to manufacture

By using SOLIDWORKS you are able to get your time to market much quicker. SOLIDWORKS has a range of tools that are able to cut out repetitive tasks and maximise output. Section and detailed views, exploded assembly views, bills of materials and balloons, can all be created in seconds.

“Investing in SOLIDWORKS has proven to be an excellent decision, it is reliable, flexible and easy to deploy and administrate - Tim Cutler, ISHIDA EUROPE LTD - Engineering Systems Manager”

March 1st, we ran a webcast focused around how SOLIDWORKS can improve the design to market processes for designers of Special Purpose Machinery. To watch the webcast in full, follow the link below;

Watch the FREE webcast here.

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