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SolidWorks is used to design all sorts of products across multiple industries – we take a look at how SolidWorks can be used to create a fantastic looking visual prototype of a hotel reception desk, using surfaces, common assembly features and rendering tools for a photo-realistic finish.

The video is a 35-minutes long, but will hopefully give you a good indication of how SolidWorks can help streamline your design process, increase productivity and reduce time to market. SolidWorks isn’t only for designing furniture, so if you would like to get in touch with us, one of our Applications Engineers can demonstrate how SolidWorks can be used in your specific industry, to get in contact please call us on 01663 741 405 alternatively you can fill one of our online forms here.

Using SolidWorks to Design Furniture

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Creating a chair in SolidWorks

Stuart Wortley, one of Cadtek’s Design Engineers, provides a walkthrough of how he created this example chair as part of a customer request for help on a modelling issue. Watch how he uses a range of SolidWorks 3D modelling techniques to create and render this modern design.

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