SOLIDWORKS Model Based Definition
Learn what is new in SOLIDWORKS model based definition in the latest release of the software. New enhancements to SOLIDWORKS Model Based Definition (MBD) help you quickly and accurately communicate your design with downstream manufacturing operations and suppliers to avoid costly errors. What exactly is SOLIDWORKS Model Based Definition? It is a plugin for SOLIDWORKS that lets you:
- Create dimensions faster and easier by automatically aligning selected edges horizontally or vertically
- Fully annotate assemblies
- Quickly identify tolerance zone orientation and location
- Improve output of 3D PDFs with support for Decal and Textures and re-use of SOLIDWORKS tables
- Create multiple sheet PDFs with relevant information for manufacturing or suppliers
- Check out all the new enhancements to SOLIDWORKS MBD 2016, as well as hundreds of new customer requested enhancements in SOLIDWORKS 2016 that will help you make great design happen.
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Who makes SOLIDWORKS?
Dassault Systèmes SOLIDWORKS Corp. offers complete 3D software tools that let you create, simulate, publish, and manage your data. SOLIDWORKS products are easy to learn and use, and work together to help you design products better, faster, and more cost-effectively. The SOLIDWORKS focus on ease-of-use allows more engineers, designers and other technology professionals than ever before to take advantage of 3D in bringing their designs to life. Founded December 1993, Headquarters in Waltham, Massachusetts, USA. SOLIDWORKS ownership acquired in 1997 by Dassault Systèmes S.A.*—based in Vélizy, France—the world’s leading developer of product lifecycle management solutions (Dassault makes CATIA). Markets Served: everybody! Industrial, medical, scientific, consumer, educational, technology, and transportation