SOLIDWORKS Whats New 2012 Posts

Wednesday October 10, 2012 at 10:37am

Did you miss a presentation or breakout session from SOLIDWORKS World 2012?This link provides videos and PowerPoint downloads from the event so you can watch the highlights to your heart's content.http://www.SOLIDWORKS.com/sww/Presentation_Archives.htm Charlie Jessey

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Thursday January 5, 2012 at 12:25pm

Each release SOLIDWORKS adds hundreds of new enhancements. Most of these (over 85%) are those requested by the customer base. In preparation for the SOLIDWORKS World event next month in San Diego, ideas have been proposed to the SOLIDWORKS developers and voting has now commenced. Have your say on what should be added to future releases by voting now (link).Adam HartlesTraining Manager

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Monday December 5, 2011 at 4:47pm

If you missed our launch events across the country, this Wednesday there will be a live Webcast going through the highlights of the 20th release of SOLIDWORKS. To register for this webcast, go to http://www.solidsolutions.co.uk/solidworks-Training/Webcasts.aspx At the launch days, we also launched a new website, exclusively for Solid Solutions Subscription customers www.solidsolutions.tv  As the URL suggests, it is mainly video tutorials, video tips and tricks, as well as archived Webcasts&....

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Saturday November 5, 2011 at 4:41pm

Have you reserved your seat to see SOLIDWORKS 2012?The two midlands events at the Heritage Motor Museum, were attended by over 250 of Solid Solutions' customers# As well as seeing all of the new features in SOLIDWORKS 2012, many engineers took part in the hands on challenges and four winners took home some excellent prizes# The "Model Mania" competition was a test of modelling speed and accuracy and the winning times were very impressive, both winners....

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Friday October 7, 2011 at 4:51pm

What's New SW2012 - Command SearchThere are some nice new additions for 2012, one of my favourites is the command search. In 2012, from the SOLIDWORKS search bar dropdown, you can select a new option to utilise this tool. If you type in the name of any command the tool will show you where on the command manager the option is, or, if its hidden away in the menus, it will open up the menus to reveal the location! This tool is great for beginners, or those that spend time trying to find the command....

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