In Module 8 of HawkLive, Applications Engineer Ryan Navarro and Product Manager Glenn Whyte will introduce new enhancements to the SOLIDWORKS Technical Communications 2018 suite. Plus, we'll go over some of SOLIDWORKS’ future development plans, and preview new products and enhancements coming throughout 2018.
In Module 7 of HawkLive, Applications Engineer Ryan Navarro will introduce a brand new product to the SOLIDWORKS Suite: SOLIDWORKS CAM 2018. SOLIDWORKS CAM Standard is available to every SOLIDWORKS user on active subscription, and SOLIDWORKS CAM Professional is an affordable upgrade for more complex machining tasks.
In Module 6 of HawkLive, Applications Engineers Dayne McGuire-Lavallee and Ryan Navarro will introduce new enhancements to SOLIDWORKS drawings, as well as some new developments in the quest for paperless manufacturing workflows with SOLIDWORKS MBD.
Learn about what's new in Technical Communications in SOLIDWORKS 2018. Hawk Ridge Systems Product Manager, Scott Woods, will review all of the major updates, including his top picks. In this webinar, he will highlight: SOLIDWORKS Composer's Animation Library Workshop, Visualize's Stereoscopic Cameras, Inspection's ExtractionXpert, and MBD's new 3D PMI Compare tools. If you haven't seen the new options in Technical Communications in a while, this is a can't miss webinar. The choices have changed and are more relevant and cost-effective than ever before.
SOLIDWORKS 2018 introduces a new integrated CAM package, SOLIDWORKS CAM Professional, that can be purchased as an additional product from SOLIDWORKS. This package allows you to program parts for CNC manufacturing including a wide range of milling and turning operations, high-speed material removal to speed up production on the shop floor and fixture avoidance to prevent costly machine crashes.