Today we introduce the SOLIDWORKS Education Edition 2014-2015 to instructors and students around the world. The new SOLIDWORKS Education Edition is based on SOLIDWORKS Premium 2014, the same software that engineers from every industry design their new products with. The SOLIDWORKS Education Edition 2014-2015 combines our best tools and includes:
- SOLIDWORKS Premium
- SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium
- SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation, HVAC and Electronic Cooling Modules
- SOLIDWORKS Plastics Advanced
- SOLIDWORKS Sustainiablity
- SOLIDWORKS Curriculum and Lessons
- Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) Competencies and Lessons
The SOLIDWORKS Education Edition adds more tools, features, and performance improvements to streamline your teaching methods and to address every design challenge your students may encounter. Whether you’re new to SolidWorks or a seasoned professional, you’ll love the powerful new features and capabilities, and you’ll be amazed at how fast you and your students can develop your ideas in 3D. The SOLIDWORKS Education Edition 2014-2015 focuses on
- New focused design tools and time-saving shortcuts to make you more productive than ever;
- Integrated process workflows and improved information-sharing to make your design team more efficient;
- Faster system response and reduced user interaction to help you maintain your design focus;
- And stunning graphics and enhanced visualization tools to create a more powerful collaboration environment.
Qualified schools on subscription have access to free Student Licensing for home use. With over 100,000 certified SolidWorks users, qualified schools can also apply to become a Certified SolidWorks Academic Exam Provider. Passing CSWA Exam helps prove to employers that your students have the fundamental engineering graphics skills sets needed to succeed in a competitive job market.
Please take some time to explore our SOLIDWORKS Education 2014-2015 Launch site and discover how SolidWorks gives you and your students the tools to manage every aspect of your design process, from initial layout, to detail design, simulation, communication and collaboration.
Over the next couple of weeks, I will be showcasing some of my favorite new features. I have been using SolidWorks in the classroom since 1997, I can’t wait to show you the new Quick Mate feature! Marie