Why SolidWorks?

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When you think about SolidWorks, what comes to mind? For most people, it’s our 3D mechanical CAD (MCAD) software. And while that may be what we’re known best for, that’s not all there is to SolidWorks.

At SolidWorks we’re dedicated to providing engineers, designers and other creative professionals with the tools they need to design the world’s greatest products.

In addition to SolidWorks MCAD, we also offer a range of Simulation products to help you get your designs right before you send them out to production.

Our Product Data Management (PDM) software can keep your data organized, and version control ensures everyone in the office is working off the same page.

We even offer 3DVIA Composer to keep your documentation in sync with design changes and keep costs down at the same time.

If you’re thinking about making the switch to 3D, we know there are things to consider beyond product features. Talking to our customers, we’ve found a few questions that come up consistently, listed below. Click on the links to get answers to each question, plus hear what actual SolidWorks customers have to say.

Why should I consider SolidWorks now?
Companies everywhere–including your competitors–are moving to 3D. If you want to take your product design to the next level, get the most out of your team, and be the leader in your market, now is the time to start thinking about the ways SolidWorks® can help you succeed.

How easily can we make the transition?
We realize that moving from 2D to 3D involves more than just buying new software—it requires you and your employees to think differently about how you approach the design process.

How can we design better products using SolidWorks?
You think in three dimensions. Your products are three-dimensional. So doesn’t it make sense to design them in 3D?

How much return on investment will we see?
We understand that for most businesses moving to a new design platform is a major investment, and it’s important to understand how it will affect your bottom line. The good news is that moving to SolidWorks will likely start paying off sooner than later.

Who else is using SolidWorks?
Who’s using SolidWorks? Lots of people. In fact, over 800,000 of them. You’ll find SolidWorks products in use at Fortune 500 companies, single proprietorships, and everywhere in between.

Who will help us be successful with SolidWorks?
From helping you get up and running to making sure you stay successful, SolidWorks is committed to providing the tools and knowledge that will help your company design better products.

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