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Solidworks 2016

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Dassault Systèmes has introduced Solidworks 2016, the latest release of the company’s portfolio of 3D design and engineering applications. Solidworks 2016 delivers new and enhanced capabilities that will help 2.7 million users innovate, design, validate, collaborate and build, from initial concept to final product.

Powered by Dassault Systèmes’ 3Dexperience platform, Solidworks 2016’s integrated 3D design environment covers all aspects of product development. New user-requested enhancements include the ability to flatten any surface, visualise and help validate design performance, more efficiently communicate with manufacturing, quickly create marketing-quality images, and more easily access commands.

With these and hundreds of other new capabilities, including an improved user interface, designers and engineers can focus on their designs, solve complex problems, streamline parallel design processes and fast-track designs through manufacturing.