Using SOLIDWORKS Automation Add-in to Reduce Design Costs & Increase Profitability

Article by Dassault Systèmes updated November 9, 2021

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Learn how the DriveWorks Automation Add-in for SOLIDWORKS speeds the creation of Quotes, Drawings, and Models, allowing you to reduce time to market and optimize profit margins.

Most profit margins are narrow and continue to become even narrower. Even in segments with relatively healthy margins, competition and global outsourcing necessitate cost reduction.

Historically, the significant expenses associated with engineering have reduced profit margins, so numerous approaches have been formulated to cut process time. Most have been point solutions that can be helpful but are not applicable across the board

Design automation stands out as an effective means of dramatically cutting costs for a well-defined, well-proven range of engineering challenges, this is especially true where businesses demand quick quotes, consistent engineering, and reduced time-to-market.

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Most companies want to reduce design costs, and design automation is an effective means of dramatically cutting costs for several engineering activities. Learn more about what design automation tools in SOLIDWORKS® can do for your company to save time and money.

DOWNLOAD the White Paper to learn how implementing design automation, engineer-to-order manufacturers can complete days of custom engineering in just minutes. Design automation also expedites and simplifies the creation of SOLIDWORKS models, drawings, quote documents, manufacturing data—virtually any requirement of the custom sales process.

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