The SOLIDWORKS Add-In for SimScale is a self-service integration that takes users step by step through a seamless simulation experience. Users can now leverage the powerful cloud-native engineering features in SimScale without leaving SOLIDWORKS.
The SOLIDWORKS Add-In means there is no need to import/export CAD files anymore. Your SimScale account is connected directly to SOLIDWORKS using a simple API key that comes with simple instructions and documentation on how to install and get going.
SOLIDWORKS users can sign up now to get access to the add-in and instructions on how to easily begin pushing your CAD models to SimScale.
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“The biggest benefit that we see from the workflow with SOLIDWORKS comes from the CAD associativity. The associativity between SimScale and SOLIDWORKS significantly speeds up our simulation process and simplifies our fast design iterations. This is because it reduces the number of clicks and checks required to set up simulations following a design change. With it, we can direct our focus more towards the simulation results and design innovation.”
Dr. Alessandro Scafato
Team Lead, Hardware Verification Engineering at ANYbotics
“When we introduced the SOLIDWORKS Add-In for SimScale it made our design iterations 10X easier! The add-in means that we can rapidly iterate through design changes and run many simulations quickly and efficiently in-house, without the need to invest in local hardware or in external simulation providers.”
Project Engineer at Zefyr Consultants
“With the SOLIDWORKS Add-In for SimScale we are able to do everything much faster and easier. When we upload CAD geometries through the Add-In, all of the CAD files are pushed directly to the simulation project in SimScale, eliminating the need to create and store local files. Therefore, we save time and data storage space. Furthermore, the associativity between the CAD geometries is extremely helpful to us, especially when working with design iterations of large assemblies. The total design iteration process is shorthand by eliminating the need to navigate the assembly and hide faces to make the boundary condition and materials assignments for each iteration.”
Simulation Engineer at ait-deutschland GmbH
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