SOLIDWORKS is a 3D CAD modeling software offering a foundation for inspiration, innovation, and creativity. Millions of engineers and designers worldwide use SolidWorks, with just as many students graduating each year with training in the unique 3D modeling software.
SOLIDWORKS allows its users to go from concept to tangible 3D printed inventions due to its compatibility with the PC and its user-friendly nature. And that’s why it’s not only so popular, but skill in this specific 3D modeling software is sought out by industry employers.
To complement and accentuate knowledge in SolidWorks, MySolidWorks was created as a rich online source of training modules where the user or student can learn about a plethora of design subjects, as well as receive support and other venues of enrichment. With 2.7 million SOLIDWORKS users worldwide, an arena for everyone to connect and sharpen knowledge only streamlines the advantages and benefits available regarding use of the software. Users are able to stay current, efficient, and sharp — and keep learning continually — with a constant, relevant source to turn to regarding SOLIDWORKS and all it entails.
“I need to ensure that our 140 SOLIDWORKS users are efficient in their use of SOLIDWORKS and are working at maximum productivity. MySolidWorks is a tool that helps me do just that,” said Greg Johnson, Senior Applications Specialist at Vermeer, a global industrial and agricultural equipment manufacturer.
“With MySolidWorks I can search for and find the best answers to questions about SOLIDWORKS and share those answers with my team. Plus, there’s real value in the online training at MySolidWorks. When my engineers are confronted with a problem, they can easily find online training content that presents a quick solution.”
MySolidWorks offers a range of CAD models, courses, news, and forums — as well as cloud storage accounts that can be accessed there. The platform is available on three different levels: MySolidWorks, MySolidWorks Standard, and MySolidWorks Professional. Each level is ascending in features, benefits, and capabilities.
MySolidWorks Training — Users can look forward to a whopping 120 new training modules, including study courses for certification that include items such as SolidWorks Essentials, Advanced Part Modeling, Sheet Metal Design, Assembly Modeling, and more.
MySolidWorks Drive — This is a very important feature as it creates a virtual sharing and collaboration system for users by allowing them to access and work together on large designs files with peers, customers, and manufacturers. They can also check out various content designs in the eDrawings online viewer.
My Var — A feature that gives resellers a platform for keeping users apprised of upcoming events and news, as well as new items available like webinars, videos, and recent blogs.
MySolidWorks Manufacturing Network — Available to registered manufacturers in the ‘Manufacturing Network’ so that they can connect with users regarding printing, sheet metal, CNC machining, and injection molding.
“We listen to our users’ advice, what they’re saying to each other, and what they need to be more successful and productive. MySolidWorks is about leveraging the knowledge and expertise in our community to help engineers become more productive,” said Gian Paolo Bassi, CEO, SolidWorks, Dassault Systèmes. “We have an incredible amount of knowledge in our user community and MySolidWorks is the gateway to that expertise.”
The MySolidWorks platform is an invaluable source for SolidWorks users in terms of learning and having access to so many features, plus the online forum where users can pose questions, provide experienced answers, and stay involved in engaging conversation regarding SolidWorks and the content provided in MySolidWorks.
Are you a user of MySolidWorks? If so, are you using any of the new features, and how are they benefitting you? Share any of your thoughts on SOLIDWORKS and MySolidWorks in the MySolidWorks forum over at 3DPB.com.