SolidWorks Premium is a comprehensive 3D design solution that adds to the capabilities of SolidWorks Professional. With powerful simulation, motion and design validation tools, users can test product performance against real life motion and forces. The advanced wire and pipe routing functionality, as well as the ability to perform tolerance stack-up analysis allows you the user to test and resolve complex assembly issues early in the design process. SolidWorks Premium can also work with 3D scanned data enabling you the ability to get all the benefits of a complete 3D design solution.
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SolidWorks Premium comes with a range of features and capabilities to help you improve your design. Below is a list of some of its powerful features that you could benefit from – if you require any more information feel free to contact us in the box below.
With SolidWorks Routing, you’ll enjoy greater design efficiency, better designs, improved bill of materials (BOM) accuracy, faster time-to-market, and lower costs. You will be able to perform routed system design tasks easily and automatically and speed up the process of routing tubes, pipes, electrical cable, harnesses and electrical conduit.
SolidWorks Motion enables engineers to size motors or actuators, determine power consumption, layout linkages, develop cams, understand gear drives, size springs or dampers, and determine how contacting parts behave.
TolAnalyst™ is a tolerance analysis tool used to study the effects tolerances and assembly methods have on dimensional stack-ups between two features of an assembly. The result of each study is a minimum and maximum tolerance stack, a minimum and maximum root sum squared (RSS) tolerance stack and a list of contributing features and tolerances.
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Simulation capabilities of SolidWorks Premium
We have completely overhauled our training curriculum and we now deliver more than 40 different training courses from 14 different locations. This document profiles all of the courses and details how our training passport works. Our courses are broken down into five...
Overview Established in 2003 The Ex...
The relative view feature can be found when working on a drawing and lets you insert an orthographic view of an assembly, part, or individual bodies. This view can be in a custom orientation taken from select faces and planes. This feature...