Como um engenheiro ou projetista, o software normalmente vem com um custo – em termos de custo real de compra ou em termos de tempo de investimento que você deve fazer para implementá-lo com êxito e integrá-lo aos processos de desenvolvimento do seu produto. Você sabia, no entanto, que há algumas ferramentas SOLIDWORKS muito úteis que não custam absolutamente nada além de criar uma conta? Há mais notícias boas! Além de não precisar gastar seu orçamento, essas ferramentas são fáceis de aprender e
SOLIDWORKS BRASIL Blog
10 months ago
As an engineer or designer, software typically comes with a cost—either in terms of the actual cost of buying it or in terms of the time investment you must make in order to successfully deploy it and integrate it into your product development processes. Did you know, however, that there are some very useful SOLIDWORKS tools that cost you absolutely nothing beyond creating an account? There’s even more good news. In addition to not being budget-busting, these tools are also easy to learn and use
SOLIDWORKS Blog
11 months ago
O download DraftSight 2017 SP0 já está disponível, então vamos dar uma olhada no que você tem acesso. Nós adicionamos mais de 200 aprimoramentos impulsionados pelos feedbacks dos clientes do DraftSight do mundo todo, incluindo qualidade de desenho melhorada, mais ferramentas de produtividade, bem como várias novas funcionalidades no DraftSight Professional e DraftSight Enterprise. Destaques do DraftSight Professional e Enterprise Suporte a arquivos DGN Os arquivos DGN normalmente são encontrados
SOLIDWORKS BRASIL Blog
11 months ago
The DraftSight 2017 SP0 download is only a few short weeks away so let’s take a look at what’s coming your way. We have added over 200 enhancements driven by feedback from DraftSight customers worldwide, including improved drawing quality, more productivity boosters, as well as several new capabilities and features in DraftSight Professional and DraftSight Enterprise. DraftSight Professional and Enterprise HighlightsDGN file supportDGN files are commonly found in construction, civil engineering
SOLIDWORKS Blog
1 year ago
banner Over the next few weeks, we’ll be taking a closer look at the new features presented in DraftSight 2016. With over 8 million downloads worldwide, DraftSight is a powerful, professional-grade 2D CAD product providing architects, engineers, and construction service providers (AEC), as well as professional CAD users with a robust and reliable design experience. Even students, educators and CAD hobbyists use DraftSight to create, edit and view their native DWG files. You will find a user-
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
1 year ago
banner Over the next few weeks, we’ll be taking a closer look at the new features presented in DraftSight 2016. With over 8 million downloads worldwide, DraftSight is a powerful, professional-grade 2D CAD product providing architects, engineers, and construction service providers (AEC), as well as professional CAD users with a robust and reliable design experience. Even students, educators and CAD hobbyists use DraftSight to create, edit and view their native DWG files. You will find a user-
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
1 year ago
banner Over the next few weeks, we’ll be taking a closer look at the new features presented in DraftSight 2016. With over 8 million downloads worldwide, DraftSight is a powerful, professional-grade 2D CAD product providing architects, engineers, and construction service providers (AEC), as well as professional CAD users with a robust and reliable design experience. Even students, educators and CAD hobbyists use DraftSight to create, edit and view their native DWG files. You will find a user-
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
1 year ago
banner Over the next few weeks, we’ll be taking a closer look at the new features presented in DraftSight 2016. With over 8 million downloads worldwide, DraftSight is a powerful, professional-grade 2D CAD product providing architects, engineers, and construction service providers (AEC), as well as professional CAD users with a robust and reliable design experience. Even students, educators and CAD hobbyists use DraftSight to create, edit and view their native DWG files. You will find a user-
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
1 year ago
banner Over the next few weeks, we’ll be taking a closer look at the new features presented in DraftSight 2016. With over 8 million downloads worldwide, DraftSight is a powerful, professional-grade 2D CAD product providing architects, engineers, and construction service providers (AEC), as well as professional CAD users with a robust and reliable design experience. Even students, educators and CAD hobbyists use DraftSight to create, edit and view their native DWG files. You will find a user-
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
1 year ago
banner Over the next few weeks, we’ll be taking a closer look at the new features presented in DraftSight 2016. With over 8 million downloads worldwide, DraftSight is a powerful, professional-grade 2D CAD product providing architects, engineers, and construction service providers (AEC), as well as professional CAD users with a robust and reliable design experience. Even students, educators and CAD hobbyists use DraftSight to create, edit and view their native DWG files. You will find a user-
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
1 year ago
banner Over the next few weeks, we’ll be taking a closer look at the new features presented in DraftSight 2016. With over 8 million downloads worldwide, DraftSight is a powerful, professional-grade 2D CAD product providing architects, engineers, and construction service providers (AEC), as well as professional CAD users with a robust and reliable design experience. Even students, educators and CAD hobbyists use DraftSight to create, edit and view their native DWG files. You will find a user-
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
1 year ago
banner Over the next few weeks, we’ll be taking a closer look at the new features presented in DraftSight 2016. With over 8 million downloads worldwide, DraftSight is a powerful, professional-grade 2D CAD product providing architects, engineers, and construction service providers (AEC), as well as professional CAD users with a robust and reliable design experience. Even students, educators and CAD hobbyists use DraftSight to create, edit and view their native DWG files. You will find a user-
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
1 year ago
With over 8 million downloads worldwide, DraftSight is a powerful, professional-grade 2D CAD product providing architects, engineers, and construction service providers (AEC), as well as professional CAD users with a robust and reliable design experience. Even students, educators and CAD hobbyists use DraftSight to create, edit and view their native DWG files. You will find a user-friendly interface in DraftSight with no learning curve if you’re transitioning from other popular 2D CAD software
SOLIDWORKS Blog
1 year ago
SOLIDWORKS in has many tools in its arsenal and one that I hope every user knows about is DraftSight. DraftSight is used for accessing existing DWG files and creating new DWG files at a fraction of the cost of the alternative CAD product. If you want to learn more about DraftSight please go to https://www.3ds.com/products-services/draftsight-cad-software/ DraftSight, like SOLIDWORKS, has Add-ins available to enhance its capabilities, and one of the newest Add-ins is a PDF Import tool. PDFImport
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
2 years ago
DraftSight Banner Earlier this week I wrote about DraftSight, one of the other products from Dassault Systemes. It’s been an exciting week here as DraftSight reaches 3 million registered users. In the previous post I provided a tips and tricks eBook and a Getting Started guide as well as information on how to download DraftSight for free. Today I wanted to show some of the cool tools available in the new DraftSight Professional (which you can try for free as well).
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
3 years ago
DraftSight This week’s Tech Tip Tuesday is a bit of a departure from the regular SOLIDWORKS tips and tricks I usually post in this feature. It was only a few months ago that eDrawings eclipsed a million mobile users. Now, another product from Dassault Systemes is reaching a major milestone with DraftSight reaching 3 million registered users, and 6.5 million downloads! So what is DraftSight, and why are there so many people using it?
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
3 years ago
Join DraftSight Training Specialist Mark Lyons for a six-part, all-encompassing, hands-on training series where attendees will work to complete a mechanical design project from start to finish. During each one-hour session, Lyons will work alongside you to build upon work created in the previous webinar and ultimately complete the project. The sessions will teach you the drafting techniques required to create and document multi-view, orthographically projected detail drawings (ANSI Inch Standard
SOLIDWORKS Blog
3 years ago
How much do you remember about the news you read two weeks ago? What do you recall from a trade show presentation you sat through in June? Unless you’re blessed with an eidetic memory, you generally may not remember much of what you’ve read or heard after two weeks. In fact, some classic studies tend to pinpoint reading recall for most people at a mere 10%.
SOLIDWORKS Blog
3 years ago
Como um engenheiro ou projetista, você deve estar acostumado a softwares que necessitam de recursos significantes – seja tempo ou custo – para serem utilizados dentro do seu processo de desenvolvimento de produtos. Mas você sabia que existem ferramentas muito úteis, fáceis de usar e que são inteiramente grátis? Confira abaixo a lista das cinco melhores ferramentas que recomendo para o seu trabalho! 1. eDrawings.
SOLIDWORKS BRASIL Blog
3 years ago
On Wednesday, July 9, join DraftSight for a project-based learning webinar! (note: the recorded webinar is now available by clicking here) What’s a project-based learning webinar? It’s an opportunity for you to learn while designing in DraftSight. Led by our resident 2D Bob Ross and DraftSight Senior User Experience Specialist Mark Lyons, this hour-long session will challenge you to create three DWG drawings in real-time.
SOLIDWORKS Blog
3 years ago
This week’s Tech Tip Tuesday follows on the heels of last week’s Throwback Thursday Post where we discussed the introduction of the 2D to 3D Toolbar in SOLIDWORKS 2001 Plus. Like previous installments of Tech Tip Tuesday, I would like to dedicate this post to tips on how to use these tools more effectively. Coincidentally, and to my surprise I might add, while preparing this I stumbled upon one of SOLIDWORKS’ interns preparing the exact same content! Tyler Smith is an Intern at SOLIDWORKS
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
3 years ago
As an engineer or designer, you’re quite accustomed to software that requires significant resources—both in terms of time and cost—to successfully deploy and integrate into your product development processes. Did you know, however, that there are some very useful tools out there that cost you absolutely nothing? In addition to not being budget-busting, they are also easy to learn and use, but also provide productivity benefits. So without further delay, let’s take a look at some of these
SOLIDWORKS Blog
3 years ago
In the 80s, I amassed a large collection of cassette tapes, stoked by the ability to record whatever songs I wanted in whatever order. We’ve all done it, created those infamous mixed tapes! Then along came CDs, which provided a much more efficient way to play and record music. Today, music has gone completely digital, making it even easier to purchase, store and share your favorite tunes with playlists.
SOLIDWORKS Blog
3 years ago
On April 8,2014, Microsoft will end support for their Microsoft XP operating system. According to their website: If you continue to use Windows XP after support ends, your computer will still work but it might become more vulnerable to security risks and viruses. If you are running an older version of a 2D CAD product on the XP operating system, you may have to pay a significant amount to upgrade the product to work with newer versions of Windows. This could cost your business tens of thousands
SOLIDWORKS Blog
3 years ago