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In our first webinar Flow Simulation experts share their top tips on how to maximise your software and achieve superior product performance through a concurrent engineering approach. In this webcast we look at how we can use EFD Zooming and ‘What If’ Parametric studies to help improve the speed and accuracy of your flow results.

In our second webinar we will show you how to quickly and easily obtain results for Fluid Driving motion with rotating regions in a variety of motion cases. An example of this would be Wall Motion allowing product engineers to define Fluid Driving translation or rotation of a surface. Register for our webinar and learn more about this capability. Here we look at how we can increase the realism of Flow projects by including rotation with the use of the Rotating Region option.

Producing Higher Quality Results with Less Effort in Flow Simulation:
Our first webinar will be begin at 11:00am GMT on Wednesday 20th December, you can click here to register.

Improving Realism in Flow Simulation with Rotating Regions:
Our second webinar will be begin at 3:00pm GMT on Wednesday 20th December, you can click here to register.

SolidWorks Visualize – Dirty Decals

Tips and Tricks - Dirty Decals Decals in SolidWorks Visualize are often used for applying logos, labels and signage onto products.  This blog explores how decals can be used to give realistic defects, dirt and damage onto appearances that would otherwise...

Develop 3D LIVE – Warwick 20th March

This year, DEVELOP3D Live is being held on 20th March at the Warwick Arts Centre, Warwick University, Coventry, CV4 7AL. With over 30 exciting speakers, the event is a great way to get hands-on with the latest technology, advance your workflow and network...

SolidWorks PCB Webinar

SolidWorks Webinar Join us next Tuesday for an open session as we look at the importance of variant management and collaboration. You will see how SolidWorks MCAD and ECAD solutions will help you in designing product variants to achieve maximum efficiency...

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