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SolidWorks 2009 – DriveWorksXpress Tutorial

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As DriveWorksXpress has been incorporated by SolidWorks Corporation into every seat of SolidWorks you can access a DriveWorksXpress Tutorial from inside SolidWorks too.

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Design Automation at SolidWorks World

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Design Automation on this years’ agenda for SolidWorks World. Check out the Agenda here to learn more about DriveWorksXpress and DriveWorks

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Thrilled with Achievements in DriveWorksXpress

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DriveWorksXpress has helped reduced their design process from 2 days to 10minutes!!

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A new DriveWorksXpress Example for you to use

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Here is yet another completed DriveWorksXpress example for you to have a go with. Fill out a DriveWorksXpress Form to specify a new under run bar for a trailer and generate all the models and manufacturing data associated with it.

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Design Automation for BITS….

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These are the people getting rid of the mundane, error prone, repetitive tasks. Check out these savings below. From 30 minutes to 1 minute.

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DriveWorks Podcast

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Thank you to Lou Gallo of DDI for conducting this interview and broadcasting it on SolidWorks Heard. Click here to listen. It was fun to do 🙂

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Design Automation goes Mainstream

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Design Automation through DriveWorks just does it a whole lot quicker and more accurately. It also allows others in the company to fill out the forms, and create all of that data.

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Use a fish to catch a fish

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A company in the mid west made some basic assumptions – After 5 weeks they were saving enough time in design to send one engineer for a week long DriveWorksEngineer training course WITHOUT AFFECTING PRODUCTION.

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new features -v- reliability

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Its an age old question, a question that has been around since man first decided to to make things better. Do people prefer new and exciting advancements in technology, or would they rather have rapid change at the expense of robustness and reliability?

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