Improved integration with SolidWorks and other CAD programs; support for motion studies. Revisiting KeyShot, a dedicated rendering tool for CAD users is always a revelation. Sold as a standalone or plug program, Keyshot is a professional tool with an emphasis on ease of use. It’s well entrenched in the SolidWorks customer base, but there’s plenty of competition from within. … [Read more...] about KeyShot at SWW19
The company introduces new line of Dot Products including .Works and .Delmia. Dassault is reeling its SolidWorks community in a little closer. At SolidWorks World, the company unveiled new products for SolidWorks based on the 3DExperience Platform, Dassault’s environment for its enterprise products. This is an ongoing goal for Dassault, which hopes to build a stronger company … [Read more...] about SolidWorks World returns to Dallas with platform products for SolidWorks
The latest release also includes an add-on TURN module. MecSoft Corporation, the developer of CAM software solutions, has released its fully integrated Gold Certified CAM solution for Solidworks—VisualCAM for Solidworks. The company is also offering free demo software for download. Read more… … [Read more...] about MecSoft releases VisualCAM 2019 for Solidworks
Cloud-based manufacturing services provider Xometry acquires MakeTime and adds software integration for 3D modeling programs. Xometry, founded in 2013 by Randy Altschuler offers manufacturing services via the cloud. The company has seen fast growth with significant investment from the Foundry Group and a lineup of investors that includes GE and BMW. The company offers instant … [Read more...] about Xometry enjoys a growth spurt
Entering into public beta this year, xDesign is being considered as a bridge from Solidworks to 3DExperience. Solidworks CEO Gian Paolo Bassi used the term Industrial Renaissance to build on the universal themes of Industrie/Industry 4.0, or the next Industrial Revolution, etc. and he cited the McKinsey paper “Manufacturing’s Next Act” to describe the revolution happening in … [Read more...] about Solidworks xDesign gets closer to release; will customers accept it?