There are dozens of factors that influence the performance of SOLIDWORKS models and drawings:
We'll start with a session with one or two of your engineers. We will open the model, measure performance, identify slow components and test solutions.
I will share my knowledge so your engineers will learn from it. They can share that knowledge with other colleagues so all future models will be faster.
We can do this via TeamViewer or I can join you on-site.
We did a one-hour assessment with one of our large assemblies and we learned a lot. You clearly know what you are talking about. We will call you again when we start our next project, so we can set it up correctly.
Ronny Grote Beverborg - Project Manager - NieuweWeme
A two-hour session for quick results
We meet over TeamViewer or similar and dive into your assembly. We will share our findings in a summary.
We meet a couple of times or fix multiple assemblies. You get preferred access to our calendar.
Let's create the perfect plan
Every performance problem is unique. Let's discuss the best way to achieve your goals.
Most engineers only learn the basics of how to use SOLIDWORKS: they learn how to build stuff, to click button X to create feature Y. But they don't get taught what makes SOLIDWORKS models fast or slow.
To help you, your engineers and your company, I have created a package to learn more about performance in SOLIDWORKS. The package includes: