SolidWorks Mechanical Conceptual is more than just a CAD tool, it delivers truly collaborative design environment that enables design teams, customers, and suppliers to communicate, work together (interact) and develop products whenever they want and where ever they are located.
SolidWorks Mechanical Conceptual is built on four pillars
CONCEPTUAL -This is one of the interesting and brilliant feature in SolidWorks Mechanical Conceptual. It allows you to see how the design would move and interact in a dynamic way giving you the ability to get much deeper insight as compared to a static sketch.Most concepts start as 2D sketches, involving multiple parts in one sketch, SOLIDWORKS Mechanical Conceptual minimizes rework with intuitive 2D to 3D tools that feature automatic mapping of sketch relations into assembly mates and motion drivers.
INSTINCTIVE -Most concepts start as 2D sketches, involving multiple parts in one sketch, SOLIDWORKS Mechanical Conceptual minimizes rework with intuitive 2D to 3D tools that feature automatic mapping of sketch relations into assembly mates and motion drivers.
SOCIAL -SOLIDWORKS Mechanical Conceptual uses familiar social collaboration tools in an interactive environment to harness the collective intelligence of your company, customers, and vendors. By creating online communities you can assemble the complete design story in one location — design requirements, concepts, and decisions from all key stakeholders — capturing the collective intelligence of your entire community to improve your design.
CONNECTED -Mechanical Conceptual enhances collaboration by automatically saving design iterations to keep data safe and up-to-date. You design data is saved to a secure online collaborative space allowing you to connect, access and work on concepts anywhere at any time.
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