We’re passionate about Design Automation and also believe in the importance of investing in the future of design and manufacturing, so we want to encourage students to use their educational licences of SOLIDWORKS.
The use of SOLIDWORKS within education helps to bridge the gap between ideas and technology by helping to prepare students for careers in design and engineering.
In particular SOLIDWORKS wants to equip students with vital skills that employers require. SOLIDWORKS is currently taught in over 24,000 universities worldwide and the education edition is designed to be an all-inclusive resource for teaching 3D mechanical CAD.
Each licence of SOLIDWORKS, including SOLIDWORKS Education, includes DriveWorksXpress, a SOLIDWORKS Gold Partner Product.
DriveWorksXpress is a free design automation tool that is ideal for repetitive design tasks and can be used to create multiple variations of SOLIDWORKS parts, assemblies and drawings, quickly and accurately.
It is a great way for students to learn about automation and how automating repetitive design tasks can free up engineers and product designers to spend more time on new product development, innovation and other value added work.
DriveWorksXpress is a SOLIDWORKS Gold Partner Product.
Our free design automation tool, DriveWorksXpress is fully embedded and included in every license of SOLIDWORKS.
Download and use a DriveWorksXpress Sample Projects inside SOLIDWORKS. Each project has already been set up so all you need to do is run it.
Calling All SOLIDWORKS Educators!
Why not encourage your students or colleagues to try DriveWorksXpress? They can learn how to automate SOLIDWORKS and see how much time they could save.
If you’re aware of any of your local colleges / universities with SOLIDWORKS educational licences, or if you’re an educator that teaches SOLIDWORKS, encourage your students to try DriveWorksXpress. It could help them to save valuable time whilst completing their university projects.
Find out what our engineering placement student Joe thought about DriveWorksXpress and how it’s important for all SOLIDWORKS students to learn about.