Walking into the Monday morning general session at Solidworks World 2013 in Orlando FL, I admit that I was expecting something. After the openly discussing the move of Solidworks to the cloud years earlier, and the subsequent backtracking and sidestepping because of customer outrage, rumors had it that this was the year. This was the time when Solidworks would unveil something big. Ultimately, I think the announcement of Solidworks Mechanical Conceptual falls into that category. I think that it just wasn’t what people were expecting.

Solidworks Mechanical Conceptual: App-ing the Process

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Walking into the Monday morning general session at Solidworks World 2013 in Orlando FL, I admit that I was expecting something.

After the openly discussing the move of Solidworks to the cloud years earlier, and the subsequent backtracking and sidestepping because of customer outrage, rumors had it that this was the year. This was the time when Solidworks would unveil something big. Ultimately, I think the announcement of Solidworks Mechanical Conceptual falls into that category. I think that it just wasn’t what people were expecting.

In this post, we’ll take a look at the background of the this new product, the capabilities it provides and my own commentary and analysis. Ready? Let’s go.

You can read the full post at ENGINEERING.com.

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