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Live SOLIDWORKS Webcasts

SOLIDWORKS Webinars from Solid Solutions

Below you will find our upcoming schedule of live webinars. We have begun this year with the aim of helping you get the most out of 2022, improving your skills and confidence in SOLIDWORKS and benefiting from the technology available to you. Whether you are new to 3D CAD or an experienced user looking to keep up with the latest enhancements, you will find a webinar to help you gain that edge.

The live schedule will be updated regularly, so be sure to bookmark and check back for new listings. Previous, recorded webinars, can be found below the schedule as well as other content from around our site.

FAQs - Some common customer questions
How do I register for a webinar?

To register, simply follow the register button below each listing. This will take you to the registration page where you will complete the registration form. A confirmation email will then be sent.

I can't find my joining link?

You should have recieved a confirmation email from GoToWebinars with a joining link, an additional reminder email will be sent one day and one hour prior to the live broadcast. Please check your junk inbox as these can end up in there. If you still can't find your joining link, get in touch with our suppport desk and we will be able to provide you with a link.

Can I view a recording?

Recordings will be made available in the 'Recent Webcasts' section below. Typically, these are will be added to our website within 48 hours of the live broadcast. Please note, whilst the live broadcast is open to all, the recorded version may only be available to supported SOLIDWORKS customers of Solid Solutions depending on the content.

Who can register for a webcast?

Anyone can register to watch a live broadcast. The subsequent, recorded version, will be added to the site but may only be available to supported SOLIDWORKS customers of Solid Solutions.

I can't find the webinar I am after?

If there is a specific webinar you are after but can't find, please get in touch and we will find it and give you a link to the recording.

Upcoming Webinars

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SOLIDCAM - Introduction to Mill Turning
This webinar is for anyone who is using or just curious about how to program Mill Turn machines. Starting at simple principles of Turning and Milling on a single turret, single spindle machine. We will then move on to use multi spindles, multiple turrets and finally B axis spindles.

This will give you a great insight into how you should tackle your first or 1000th Mill Turn program. As well as all the customisation that can make life easier when programming a complex machine.

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SOLIDWORKS Basics - Sketching
The 4 parts of this series include; Sketching Basics in SOLIDWORKS, Creating Features, Making Assemblies, and finally, Creating Engineering Drawing files from these parts and assemblies.

Part 1 is an introduction to the basic functionality of sketching in SOLIDWORKS. In this webcast, Jake will be take you through the steps to creating your first sketches and sharing a few things you should consider when creating your sketches.

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SOLIDWORKS Basics - Features
The 4 parts of this series include; Sketching Basics in SOLIDWORKS, Creating Features, Making Assemblies, and finally, Creating Engineering Drawing files from these parts and assemblies.

Part 2 is a first look at features within SOLIDWORKS. Features are one of the core principles to creating 3D geometry from your 2D sketches. In this webcast, Jake will discuss a range of key features including, applied features such as fillets.

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SOLIDWORKS Basics - Assemblies
The 4 parts of this series include; Sketching Basics in SOLIDWORKS, Creating Features, Making Assemblies, and finally, Creating Engineering Drawing files from these parts and assemblies.

Part 3 is an introduction to Creating Assemblies. In this webcast Jake will be showing you how to take several parts and construct them together to create your assemblies. During this webcast, Jake will also take you through the process required to apply relations between components and joining methods (mates). These mates will allow you to realistically mimic how your components will work together.

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SOLIDWORKS Basics - Drawings
The 4 parts of this series include; Sketching Basics in SOLIDWORKS, Creating Features, Making Assemblies, and finally, Creating Engineering Drawing files from these parts and assemblies.

Part 4 will cover a vital part of engineering - the creation of technical drawings from your models and assemblies. This webcast will show you some of the tools you have at your disposal to help create your engineering drawings to your engineering standards.

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SOLIDWORKS Composer Introduction
Take a look at SOLIDWORKS Composer with our technical communication specialist Jamie Thain, guiding you through a 30-minute introduction. If your company has the need to do any of the following, this webcast could be ideal for you.

Are you interested in saving time and producing high-quality professional illustrations? As always, our support desk is fully open following the conclusion of the webinar for any queries that require further attention. Register below to watch this session.

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Engineering Change Management
All companies have an Engineering Change process whether it’s an informal “word of mouth” process or an established documented process. However, surprising few organisations have an effective change management process with many organisations not realising the full benefits an efficient change management process offers. Take a look at this solution-agnostic webinar for anyone involved in engineering change.

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6 Golden Rules of Managing SOLIDWORKS Files
Our first in a series of 'On-Demand' webinars looking at file management of your SOLIDWORKS data. When modelling in SOLIDWORKS, before you know it, you will have created lots of parts, assembly and drawing files, so it’s important to think about how you will manage these files and keep everything organised. In this webinar we will discuss the ‘6 Golden Rules’ of managing your SOLIDWORKS files using Windows Explorer and recommended methods for file naming, structuring your projects and managing revisions

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What does a Professional CAD Data Management System look like?
Our second instalment in a series of 'On-Demand' webinars looking at file management of your SOLIDWORKS CAD data. Managing your SOLIDWORKS files/data manually using Windows Explorer can be done, but it does have its limitations. As products develop, assemblies become larger with more and more complex data sets. There is no fixed marker of when you should look to implement more secure and professional management systems, some say from the start, but there are indicators.

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SOLIDWORKS PDM - Why Go Pro?
Our third instalment in a series of 'On-Demand' webinars looking at file management of your design and engineering data. Here we explore the key reasons companies choose to upgrade to SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional. Understand how you may develop your data management in the future with an upgrade to PDM Professional. Recommended for those who want more from their existing methods of managing CAD data or those who are existing users of SOLIDWORKS PDM Standard. Implemented in a fraction of the time required by other data management solutions, SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional can scale from small workgroups to hundreds of designers located in offices anywhere in the world.

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Is SOLIDWORKS Manage really PDM Premium in Disguise!?
Want more from your CAD data? Many companies look for advanced data management capabilities and benefits in other areas of their business that are beyond PDM Professional. Not everyone is aware that SOLIDWORKS Manage is another solution layer that builds on PDM Professional to enhance and extend the benefits of their PDM system into other business areas.

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4 Reasons Businesses Invest in Simulation Tools...and 3 Reasons They Don't!
Watch On-Demand! Discover the 4 reasons why businesses invest in Simulation tools as a key part of their R & D process. Hear directly from our customers on the benefits they have gained with this technology. We will also uncover the 3 issues that prevent businesses from adopting these tools and what can be done to overcome those barriers.

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What Can You Do in SOLIDWORKS Simulation?
Watch as we explore how design integrated structural Simulation can be used to predict product performance, facilitate innovation, and enable validation of your products through a broad range of powerful analysis capabilities. With Simulation available directly inside SOLIDWORKS CAD, designs can be virtually tested, iterations can be evaluated quickly and a project can be optimised prior to a single prototype being manufactured. Discover exactly what you can do in SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2022.

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Supercharging Your Simulations with Abaqus Technology
Watch On-Demand and discover what SIMULIA and the latest Abaqus technology is capable of. See how industry-leading Simulation tools powered by Abaqus can solve the most complex simulation challenges and how solving in the cloud can bring the power of high-performance computing to everyone’s desktop.

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5 Methods of CFD Simulation for Evaluating Fluids
See how easily CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) can be incorporated into the design process and what additional insight it can provide into product performance. We will also take a glimpse at new cutting edge technologies that can take accuracy and capability to a new level.

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Previous Webcasts - Recordings

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