DE News Roundup: SolidWorks World 2019 Recap

Kenneth Wong narrates the top video news from this week at SolidWorks World 2019.

Kenneth Wong narrates the top video news from this week at SolidWorks World 2019.

News from SolidWorks World 2019 keynote and show floor

DE News Roundup for February 15, 2019: SolidWorks World Episode

This week at SolidWorks World, the company made several announcements, including a new product combining data management, simulation, on-demand manufacturing, and more. The suite is made possible by Dassault Systemes' recent acquisition of IQMS.

With its product xDesign already in beta, SolidWorks introduces a new x-module for creating organic shapes.

The next SolidWorks World will also have a different look, due to a branding change. It's set to occur in Nashville, TN.

News from the SolidWorks World show floor:

3DConnexion demonstrates a model-handling device for those who prefer the dual-handed approach to CAD work. The device is one of the earliest to be certified for SolidWorks xDesign.

3D Systems announces a new release of its scan-to-cad software, updated for SolidWorks 2019.

Rize strikes a partnership with a SolidWorks reseller, demonstrates how the alliance makes it easy to print SolidWorks parts on its machines.

In Chicago, made possible with a partnership with DMDII's UI Labs, Autodesk launches a new space to foster generative design applications.

Read DE's full recap of the conference here.

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