Tag Archives: Solidworks


SolidWorks Xdesign, Innovation Platform and What It All Means

4 days ago

SolidWorks World 2016 left 7,000 people overloaded by breakout sessions, inspired by customers, and smelling of the finest barbecue in the world. While the General Sessions were a bit all…


Your Hopes, Fears and Dreams. What Do You Want To Hear From SolidWorks?

1 week ago

It’s the first day of February, 2016. Time for the biggest CAD industry event for a single software package. SolidWorks World 2016 is on and there’s an ethereal feel in…


Model Of the Week: Tri-Sphere By Simon Williamson

2 weeks ago

Today, we’re bringing back a segment that lapsed into a coma and suddenly awoke recently with a direct punch to an exposed solar plexus. Model of the Week: the best…


Autodesk Introduces Full Browser CAD in the Form of Project Leopard

3 months ago

When Onshape came out swinging earlier this year, it was speculated that whether users chose to use the new full browser CAD program or not, it would change the greater…


Amiga Fan Raises Over $100K on Kickstarter to Put Old Cases Back Into Production

4 months ago

As Moore’s Law continues to grant us ridiculously powerful computers that we can fit inside of our pockets, the experience of using some of the earliest personal desktop computers continues…


The State of Subscription Pricing | Autodesk, SolidWorks, Solid Edge and Onshape

5 months ago

There’s a shift going on in the 3D CAD industry. The shift from perpetual license pricing to monthly subscription pricing. Some will bring up those who have tried it before,…


New Fusion 360 Fast Track Program Aimed at Users Migrating from SolidWorks

6 months ago

Between Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks’ recent announcements of their SolidWorks for Entrepreneurs program (which has created some confusion for existing small businesses and freelancers) and an update to their subscription policy…


The New SolidWorks Subscription Late Policy (and How to Avoid It)

6 months ago

When it comes to CAD software, there’s likely no topic more divisive than that of maintenance fees. Ahh, fabulous subscription service–the additional yearly charge, on top of any license cost, which typically…


Frame Officially Launches to Bring Any Windows Application to the Cloud

7 months ago

Since they started coming up in CAD in the Cloud discussions earlier this year, Frame (fra.me) has shown no signs of slowing down their pursuit of allowing users to put…