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FREE SolidWorks 3D design software workshop

Start date/time :  March 22, 10.00am
End date/time :  March 22, 3.00pm
Venue :  Allia Future Business Centre Cambridge
Organiser name :  Serious Impact
Organiser email :
Organiser tel :  0845 456 2432

A FREE one day workshop offered by Serious Impact at Allia Future Business Centre Cambridge. You do not have to be registered to Serious Impact to attend. Training provided by CADtek.

SolidWorks will be demonstrating the latest release of SolidWorks 2017 3D Design software, and taking a look at SolidWorks Visualize. – the high end photo-realistic rendering/animation engine available to SolidWorks users.

LIMITED SPACE: we have only 4 remaining spaces available, book now:

Location: Allia Future Business Centre, Kings Hedges Road, Cambridge (CB4 2HY)

Morning Session 10:00am – 12:00pm

Afternoon Session 1:00pm – 3:00pm

What does SolidWorks do?

Designers of every conceivable product, interior or concept can use SolidWorks. As a best-in-class 3D design package SolidWorks improves design innovation, creativity and accuracy. Some of our 3000+ customers include Babcock International, Aga Rangemaster, Bosch and Caterham Cars to name a few.

What will I see and learn?

This morning session is intended to help you see SolidWorks in action with a short demonstration. In the afternoon, we will have computers available for you to try the software out for yourself.

Stay for the full event or just the morning, it is up to you.

Some of the topics covered will be;

  • Step by step 3D modelling
  • Converting into 2D drawings, automatically generating BOM’s/Cut lists
  • Mating parts/assemblies
  • Collision detection/interference
  • Sheet metal/weldments
  • Stress & strain analysis
  • Photorealistic rendering
  • Motion/animation
  • Q & A / demonstrating any other features upon request

We are limited to just 12 spaces for this event.

Booking is essential. Book here:

For information on future Expert Days events please contact us.

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Organisation:  Allia