Rapolas Gražys and Lava Drops in Harmony

Rapolas Grazys. Photo by Rytis Seskaitis
Rapolas Gražys. Photo by Rytis Seskaitis

 

A student’s journey can venture down many paths. Students dream big, and SOLIDWORKS Education Edition 2019-2020 helps turn dreams into reality.

Rapolas Gražys learned how to use SOLIDWORKS as a student in Lithuania, and his love of CAD and music led him to create his own brand: Lava Drops. Lava Drops is a boutique electric guitar line with a mission to inspire creativity and be a mediator between humans and nature. Rapolas started using SOLIDWORKS as a student to design the first guitar in his line, and now he uses SOLIDWORKS and SOLIDWORKS xDesign to build both his business and his incredible, ever evolving instruments.

SOLIDWORKS Education Edition 2019-2020 comes complete with tools that can start students on their own journeys. Discover Rapolas’ journey from student to designer and learn how SOLIDWORKS Education Edition can help students create their own brands and share their visions with the world.

Sara Zuckerman

Sara Zuckerman

Sara Zuckerman is a freelance writer currently working for SOLIDWORKS Education. She has a B.A. in Writing, Literature, and Publishing from Emerson College and recently earned a Certificate in Web Development from MassBay Community College. Sara is excited about utilizing this blog to combine her two passions, writing and technology.
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