Lifting Up Designs in the Cloud with 3DEXPERIENCE® Works

Article by Rod Mackay updated June 17, 2021


DS Industry Process Consultants Gian and John dive into the SOLIDWORKS® cloud-based design tools as they design and assemble an electric winch.

In this on-demand webinar you’ll see part design, sheet metal design, subdivision modeling, top-down and bottom-up assembly techniques, and built-in collaborative features at every corner.

Featured in the on-demand webinar

With 3DEXPERIENCE Works, your teams have access to powerful capabilities for design (SOLIDWORKS Cloud Apps), Simulation, manufacturing (DELMIA | Works) and product data and lifecycle management. The portfolio enables you to extend your product development capabilities and solve new problems faster.

SOLIDWORKS Cloud Apps accelerate your design process with rapid iteration on design solutions and real-time collaboration helping your organization deliver innovative products to market faster:

  • SOLIDWORKS 3D Creator (xDesign App) is a browser-based 3D modeling solution that enables designers and engineers to create, review and evaluate 3D models through easy-to-use parametric modeling capabilities. Essentially 3D Creator is an online version of SOLIDWORKS desktop.
  • SOLIDWORKS 3D Sculptor (xShape App) is a browser-based 3D subdivision modeling solution that enables industrial designers, engineers and artists to create stylized ergonomically or organically shaped models faster and more easily than traditional parametric tools.
  • SOLIDWORKS 3D SheetMetal Creator is an intuitive, browser-based solution that offers associative parametric sheet metal design capabilities to build components, assemblies and enclosures. Its specialized, all-in-one 3D sheet metal design environment helps you streamline how you create, store, share, validate and manage designs, and bring sheet metal products to market faster.
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