Discover the True Value of SOLIDWORKS Simulation [On-demand Webinar]

Article by Erin Elliott updated April 13, 2017


Let’s start by thinking about how much it costs if you don’t use design validation tools as part of your design process. There are many factors to consider; the time it takes to fix the design in CAD, the money that is spent during re-work, and the worst case scenario – product design failure in the market. SOLIDWORKS Simulation software can help your business avoid these common design challenges by improving efficiency and ensuring that your design will be correct the first time.

Watch our on-demand video below to learn why 53% of best-in-class companies are using virtual design tools that reduce their development time by 16% and reduce their product cost by an average of 13%. You will also discover how these companies are integrating design validation tools early in the design process to maximize efficiency with their resources.

Simulation Accuracy Benefits Product Development

With integrated SOLIDWORKS Simulation solutions, you can run accurate FEA simulations right inside SOLIDWORKS CAD software, giving you fast access to structural analysis results early in the development process, such as stress level, deformed shape, product lifespan, etc. With this vital information, you can make critical design decisions that help you:

  • Create product innovations
  • Accelerate time-to-market
  • Optimize material usage
  • Eliminate design uncertainty
  • Minimize field performance issue
  • Decrease warranty claims and returns
  • Boost profitability.
Best-in-Class Companies use SOLIDWORKS Simulation

Best-in-Class Companies use SOLIDWORKS Simulation

Learn how you can join the best-in-class companies experiencing the benefits that SOLIDWORKS Simulation has to offer.

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Erin Elliott

Erin is an Assistant Marketing Manager at Javelin Technologies, based at the Javelin head office in Oakville, ON.