SOLIDWORKS World 2016 Agenda is Now Live

If you’re looking for tips and tricks to master everyday design challenges, want to expand your design and engineering knowledge or network with over five thousand of your peers, then be sure to register to attend SOLIDWORKS World 2016. The world’s largest gathering of SOLIDWORKS users will take place at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, TX, from January 31st to February 3rd in Dallas, TX.

This year’s event will feature 224 tech-savvy, breakout sessions for everyone, whether you’re a beginner, intermediate or advanced user. In these sessions you’ll learn new techniques from SOLIDWORKS experts that will help you take your design skills to the next level. Topics will range from design automation and model-based definition (MBD) to simulation and product data management.


If you have attended SOLIDWORKS World in the past, you know that the popular, hand-on tech sessions fill up fast. To make it easier for those who are already registered to attend SOLIDWORKS 2016, online session scheduling is now available for full conference registrants. Don’t delay and you’ll get your pick of sessions to attend while at the event.

Arrive early in Dallas and take part in the CAD Manager’s Boot Camp to expand your knowledge about CAD best practices, tools, and methodologies. This boot camp fills up quickly, so be sure to pre-register.

So your mission shall you should to accept it: Register today for SOLIDWORKS 2016 and get your first pick of the 224 information-packed, tech-savvy sessions and go back to the office and be the envy of your coworkers with all your new mad SOLIDWORKS skills. We hope to see you all in Dallas!


Barb Schmitz

Barb Schmitz

Senior Marketing Communications Manager at SolidWorks
Barb Schmitz is a Senior Manager in Marketing Communications with BA in Journalism and over 30 years of experience in the CAD software industry. She started her career as a journalist covering technology and served as an editor for several leading industry publications for over 20 years. Besides being a sleuth of tech, she is a loyal dog owner, travel bum, mom, lover of hoppy IPAs, red wine, and alternative music lover living in the great city of Chicago.