MySolidWorks Learning in 8-minutes: Welcome to SOLIDWORKS Mechanical Conceptual

MySolidWorks Learning is a new feature that lets you learn SOLIDWORKS on your own schedule, at your own pace, from the convenience of your desktop or mobile device. The lessons complement in-depth, SOLIDWORKS instructor-led training classes, and provide an overview to areas you’re interested in pursuing or those where you’re in need of a refresher.

In this post, we’ll preview the “Welcome to SOLIDWORKS Mechanical Conceptual” session. SOLIDWORKS Mechanical Conceptual is a conceptual design environment that gives you the freedom to design instinctively and collaborate with your colleagues and customers.

This learning session on MySolidWorks explores the unique capabilities and functions in SOLIDWORKS Mechanical Conceptual including the Single Modeling Environment, assembly workflows, editing capabilities, and built-in tools for communication and collaboration. At the conclusion of this super fast 8-minute session, you will:

  • Understand the benefits of using SOLIDWORKS Mechanical Conceptual for concept design.
  • Discover the benefits of the single modeling environment and editing capabilities to eliminate the limitations of strategizing a model’s structure ahead of time.
  • Learn how to use collaboration tools and communities to enable all project stakeholders to provide feedback on the development of a design as it evolves.

Right now, more than 30+ hours of MySolidWorks Learning lessons are available. As an added bonus, each lesson ends with a quiz. That’s right, after you’ve gone to the end of Buzzfeed, discovered which cut of steak best defines you, and identified the fast food chain you personify, login to MySolidWorks, click the Learning tab and take a quiz that could actually define who you are. There’s no cost for MySolidWorks Learning so click here to get started today.

Mike Fearon

Mike Fearon

Senior Manager Brand Offer Marketing, Dassault Systemes SOLIDWORKS. Video game world champion and whisky advocate. I like turtles.