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SOLIDWORKS is software for solid modeling and a staple for product designers and mechanical engineers everywhere. SOLIDWORKS allows users to fully design products and schematics in 3D and then conduct motion studies on the resulting prototypes.

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SOLIDWORKS is a computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided engineering (CAE) program. SOLIDWORKS specializes in creating 3D models of solid objects like metal parts, plastic components, and 3D-printed objects. Designers and engineers use SOLIDWORKS to create component designs and simulate how different components move and fit together. This ensures that the final product design works exactly as intended. In addition, engineers can use SOLIDWORKS to test how a product will perform over its lifecycle. Designers also use SOLIDWORKS to manage complex projects involving large teams. As many designers submit their individual contributions, project managers use SOLIDWORKS to combine many components and ensure that the final product design looks and works as intended.