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What's New in SolidWorks 2014

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Learn what's new in the latest release of SolidWorks 3D CAD software, and see the latest 3D Printers from Stratasys.

Learn what's new in the latest release of SolidWorks 3D CAD software, and see the latest 3D Printers from Stratasys.

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  • Flex Day ProgramsSimplify the purchase and scheduling of training your employees with Javelin’s Flex Days. This program allows you to purchase bulk training days at 20% of the list price in a single order to reduce your upfront planning and administration. Your days can be applied to any public course in any location, including online options, and can be shared across all of your employees. A dedicated Flex Day coordinator will work with you to determine your training requirements, as well as schedule and manage all of your Flex days and provide regular reports on consumption. If requested, we can also work with your human resources department to manage employee development programs.JOLTJavelin Online Live Training provides the same effective training experience you receive from our classroom training. During the training session you can get help if required by virtually raising your hand via the online training system, and privately chatting with the instructor. Just like traditional classroom based training you will experience an interactive learning environment where you can give feedback, gain access to the SolidWorks training files and get time to work on exercises. Students will receive a headset required for the audio portion of the course.Mix’n Match Tailored TrainingDepending on you learning requirements, we at Javelin will collaborate with you to create a course outline selection of SolidWorks training modules. We will create a training manual customized specifically for you.Professional Training DaysProfessional Training Days are perfect for the learner that is faced with a specific challenge and requires on the job coaching. A Javelin Certified Instructor will review your projects with you to help find solutions to your needs either on site at your location, online or at a Javelin facility. Professional days are scheduled to meet your calendar and project deadlines.Custom Skill Builder ProgramIf taking days away from the office for training is not an option, let Javelin come to you. Receive advanced training paired with customized on-the-job coaching with Javelin's Certified Instructors. The SolidWorks Custom Skill Builder Program is flexible and convenient, and keeps your team right where it needs to be - working in real life and growing your business. During this personalized on-site training program, your team will receive a training needs assessment, custom training content, flexible delivery formats, follow up coaching sessions and a management summary to help you keep the momentum going through resources and continued learning.
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  • My.SolidWorks is a new online SolidWorks Community experience intended to make it much easier to get access to the resources and expertise of the entire SolidWorks Community – in short, it’s one place to connect, discover and share everything SolidWorks.Accessible via PC browsers as well as smart phones and tablets, My.SolidWorks lets you:• Search a topic and see immediate results from everywhere — forums, blogs, video channels, and more• Read the latest news and updates tailored to your interests• Read content in-place or navigate quickly to the source• Browse for 3D ContentCentral models• Share useful resources with colleagues• Contribute your expertise and help others get more from SolidWorksMy.SolidWorks is open to all, but customers on Subscription get the most out of My.SolidWorks, with access to the Support Knowledge Base, SPR database, privileged content in the Forums, and more. Log in today using your SolidWorks online customer account, or sign up for an account at My.SolidWorks.com.
  • My.SolidWorks is a new online SolidWorks Community experience intended to make it much easier to get access to the resources and expertise of the entire SolidWorks Community – in short, it’s one place to connect, discover and share everything SolidWorks.Accessible via PC browsers as well as smart phones and tablets, My.SolidWorks lets you:• Search a topic and see immediate results from everywhere — forums, blogs, video channels, and more• Read the latest news and updates tailored to your interests• Read content in-place or navigate quickly to the source• Browse for 3D ContentCentral models• Share useful resources with colleagues• Contribute your expertise and help others get more from SolidWorksMy.SolidWorks is open to all, but customers on Subscription get the most out of My.SolidWorks, with access to the Support Knowledge Base, SPR database, privileged content in the Forums, and more. Log in today using your SolidWorks online customer account, or sign up for an account at My.SolidWorks.com.
  • SolidWorks 2014 is the 22nd release of our flagship 3D CAD software – an exciting release packed with new features and new productivity enhancements that translate into real benefits. Each year, we receive thousands of enhancement requests from the growing community of SolidWorks users, suggesting ways to automate common tasks, streamline design processes, or provide custom tools for specific industries. This is valuable feedback and provides insight into how our products are used and ways in which we can provide real process improvements and real business benefits, for you.SolidWorks 2014 builds upon the production proven technology used by thousands of designers and engineers every day.There are hundreds of enhancements across the entire product lineOver 90% of these enhancements were requested directly by customersWith SolidWorks 2014 you can finish your design projects quicker with powerful new features and time saving shortcuts. New workflows and streamlined processes help you integrate more design disciplines and collaborate with colleagues easier. Continuous system improvements and reduced interaction increases overall performance, while stunning graphics and a better user experience deliver impressive visualisation and collaboration tools to help convey the great products you design.SolidWorks 2014 – Design Without Limits.
  • SolidWorks 2014 delivers many new tools to enhance your day to day design work, while providing focused design tools for specific manufacturing workflows. Capture your ideas quicker with numerous sketch enhancements, starting from the first dimension placed. With automatic sketch scaling, you no longer need to waste time repairing design work created at the wrong size. Complex shapes are created faster and with smoother results. Enhancements to conic tangency, fixed length spline, and a new style spline, your designs will look and perform better than ever.Toolsets for engineering disciplines such as sheet metal and welded frames become more complete and automated with new gusset creation, enhanced lofted transitions, and configurable Weldment profiles.Demos:01 – Sketches02 – Sketch Picture Scale Tool03 – Sketch Splines and Conic Tangency04 – Sheet Metal05 – Weldments and Parts06 – Conic Fillet (First Fillet Only)
  • Integrating design, electrical, design management, and costing workflows helps streamline processes, saving money and reducing time to market.Continued focus on customer needs sees many new requested enhancements for creating detailed drawings without compromise.The creation of electrical designs has been streamlined with many highly requested tools for both electrical schematic and 3D harnessing.SolidWorks Enterprise PDM has two new client tools, enabling tighter integration with Microsoft Office and improved accessibility through a new Web client for PC and mobile.New volume costing removes the need to set up costing templates for all features, making the quotation process open to more customer designs and much faster to complete.The SolidWorks community is our greatest asset. Our community creates content and provides incredible levels of support and learning opportunities. My.SolidWorks is a new web service that we have created with the sole purpose of bringing SolidWorks web content and information to a single location, helping you find answers to your questions and learn more about SolidWorks functionality and products that help improve your productivity.
  • With every release of SolidWorks, we strive to improve overall performance and usability. Many enhancements have been made to improve graphics performance. For example, shaded mode without edges is 20-350% faster, high numbers of cosmetic threads have a 4-5x speed improvement, multi-threaded tessellation and simulation solving, flat pattern creation, face/edge referencing for large multi-body parts, and many more. Along with core system performance, SolidWorks 2014 focuses on reducing user interaction to enhance your overall experience and allow you to perform better and faster.Assembly design workflows have been improved by making options more accessible and expanding current toolsets to maximise usability and deliver more options to get your job done.SolidWorks Plastics now provides new wizard based guides for setup and runner system creation. The new results advisor gives you an in-depth understanding of your simulation, giving advice to help interpret results, and guidance on how to make your product better.Flow Simulation can now import component property information from CircuitWorks. Real world thermal studies can now be created with less effort saving a huge amount of time and removing the chance of any error occurring when inputting the data.Demos:12 –Assembly Delighters (Usability, Rotational Explode, and Mirror)13 – Patterns14 – Assembly Mates (slots, spherical)15 – SolidWorks Plastics (Residual Stress and other)16 – CircuitWorks - Flow Simulation
  • Great visualisation tools and the improved SolidWorks user interface make your products and our software easier to understand to a wider audience of customers.Improvements to the UI include new property manager icon colors for color blind users.New simulation enhancements make visualising and comparing results easier than ever. New bolted connections automatically use toolbox component properties giving accurate calculations in less time.PhotoView 360 now allows you to distribute animation rendering across other computers saving large amounts of time to create high quality animated renderings. SolidWorks also introduces a new light type called Sunlight. Simply locate your component and tell SolidWorks what time it is and you will automatically place your design in the correct lighting conditions to make your renderings more realistic than ever before.eDrawings supports more content including Flow Simulation, rotational explodes, Electrical designs and more. New enhancements to eDrawings for iPad include performance gains and the ability to preview 3DContentCentral models directly from the 3DCC website.Demos:17 – UI - Visualisation18 – SolidWorks Simulation19 – Appearances - PhotoView 36020 –eDrawings
  • Demos:01 – Sketches02 – Sketch Picture Scale Tool03 – Sketch Splines and Conics04 – Sheet Metal05 – Weldments and Parts06 – Conic Fillet
  • Demos:01 – Sketches02 – Sketch Picture Scale Tool03 – Sketch Splines and Conics04 – Sheet Metal05 – Weldments and Parts06 – Conic Fillet
  • My.SolidWorks is a new online SolidWorks Community experience intended to make it much easier to get access to the resources and expertise of the entire SolidWorks Community – in short, it’s one place to connect, discover and share everything SolidWorks.Accessible via PC browsers as well as smart phones and tablets, My.SolidWorks lets you:• Search a topic and see immediate results from everywhere — forums, blogs, video channels, and more• Read the latest news and updates tailored to your interests• Read content in-place or navigate quickly to the source• Browse for 3D ContentCentral models• Share useful resources with colleagues• Contribute your expertise and help others get more from SolidWorksMy.SolidWorks is open to all, but customers on Subscription get the most out of My.SolidWorks, with access to the Support Knowledge Base, SPR database, privileged content in the Forums, and more. Log in today using your SolidWorks online customer account, or sign up for an account at My.SolidWorks.com.
  • Demos:17 – UI - Visualisation18 – SolidWorks Simulation19 – Appearances - PhotoView 36020 –eDrawings
  • My.SolidWorks is a new online SolidWorks Community experience intended to make it much easier to get access to the resources and expertise of the entire SolidWorks Community – in short, it’s one place to connect, discover and share everything SolidWorks.Accessible via PC browsers as well as smart phones and tablets, My.SolidWorks lets you:• Search a topic and see immediate results from everywhere — forums, blogs, video channels, and more• Read the latest news and updates tailored to your interests• Read content in-place or navigate quickly to the source• Browse for 3D ContentCentral models• Share useful resources with colleagues• Contribute your expertise and help others get more from SolidWorksMy.SolidWorks is open to all, but customers on Subscription get the most out of My.SolidWorks, with access to the Support Knowledge Base, SPR database, privileged content in the Forums, and more. Log in today using your SolidWorks online customer account, or sign up for an account at My.SolidWorks.com.
  • Demos:01 – Sketches02 – Sketch Picture Scale Tool03 – Sketch Splines and Conics04 – Sheet Metal05 – Weldments and Parts06 – Conic Fillet
  • Demos:01 – Sketches02 – Sketch Picture Scale Tool03 – Sketch Splines and Conics04 – Sheet Metal05 – Weldments and Parts06 – Conic Fillet
  • My.SolidWorks is a new online SolidWorks Community experience intended to make it much easier to get access to the resources and expertise of the entire SolidWorks Community – in short, it’s one place to connect, discover and share everything SolidWorks.Accessible via PC browsers as well as smart phones and tablets, My.SolidWorks lets you:• Search a topic and see immediate results from everywhere — forums, blogs, video channels, and more• Read the latest news and updates tailored to your interests• Read content in-place or navigate quickly to the source• Browse for 3D ContentCentral models• Share useful resources with colleagues• Contribute your expertise and help others get more from SolidWorksMy.SolidWorks is open to all, but customers on Subscription get the most out of My.SolidWorks, with access to the Support Knowledge Base, SPR database, privileged content in the Forums, and more. Log in today using your SolidWorks online customer account, or sign up for an account at My.SolidWorks.com.
  • Demos:12 –Assembly Delighters (Usability, Rotational Explode, and Mirror)13 – Patterns14 – Assembly Mates (slots, spherical)15 – SolidWorks Plastics (Residual Stress and other)16 – CircuitWorks - Flow Simulation
  • Demos:12 –Assembly Delighters (Usability, Rotational Explode, and Mirror)13 – Patterns14 – Assembly Mates (slots, spherical)15 – SolidWorks Plastics (Residual Stress and other)16 – CircuitWorks - Flow Simulation
  • Demos:12 –Assembly Delighters (Usability, Rotational Explode, and Mirror)13 – Patterns14 – Assembly Mates (slots, spherical)15 – SolidWorks Plastics (Residual Stress and other)16 – CircuitWorks - Flow Simulation
  • My.SolidWorks is a new online SolidWorks Community experience intended to make it much easier to get access to the resources and expertise of the entire SolidWorks Community – in short, it’s one place to connect, discover and share everything SolidWorks.Accessible via PC browsers as well as smart phones and tablets, My.SolidWorks lets you:• Search a topic and see immediate results from everywhere — forums, blogs, video channels, and more• Read the latest news and updates tailored to your interests• Read content in-place or navigate quickly to the source• Browse for 3D ContentCentral models• Share useful resources with colleagues• Contribute your expertise and help others get more from SolidWorksMy.SolidWorks is open to all, but customers on Subscription get the most out of My.SolidWorks, with access to the Support Knowledge Base, SPR database, privileged content in the Forums, and more. Log in today using your SolidWorks online customer account, or sign up for an account at My.SolidWorks.com.
  • Demos:12 –Assembly Delighters (Usability, Rotational Explode, and Mirror)13 – Patterns14 – Assembly Mates (slots, spherical)15 – SolidWorks Plastics (Residual Stress and other)16 – CircuitWorks - Flow Simulation
  • Demos:12 –Assembly Delighters (Usability, Rotational Explode, and Mirror)13 – Patterns14 – Assembly Mates (slots, spherical)15 – SolidWorks Plastics (Residual Stress and other)16 – CircuitWorks - Flow Simulation
  • Demos:12 –Assembly Delighters (Usability, Rotational Explode, and Mirror)13 – Patterns14 – Assembly Mates (slots, spherical)15 – SolidWorks Plastics (Residual Stress and other)16 – CircuitWorks - Flow Simulation
  • My.SolidWorks is a new online SolidWorks Community experience intended to make it much easier to get access to the resources and expertise of the entire SolidWorks Community – in short, it’s one place to connect, discover and share everything SolidWorks.Accessible via PC browsers as well as smart phones and tablets, My.SolidWorks lets you:• Search a topic and see immediate results from everywhere — forums, blogs, video channels, and more• Read the latest news and updates tailored to your interests• Read content in-place or navigate quickly to the source• Browse for 3D ContentCentral models• Share useful resources with colleagues• Contribute your expertise and help others get more from SolidWorksMy.SolidWorks is open to all, but customers on Subscription get the most out of My.SolidWorks, with access to the Support Knowledge Base, SPR database, privileged content in the Forums, and more. Log in today using your SolidWorks online customer account, or sign up for an account at My.SolidWorks.com.
  • Demos:12 –Assembly Delighters (Usability, Rotational Explode, and Mirror)13 – Patterns14 – Assembly Mates (slots, spherical)15 – SolidWorks Plastics (Residual Stress and other)16 – CircuitWorks - Flow Simulation
  • My.SolidWorks is a new online SolidWorks Community experience intended to make it much easier to get access to the resources and expertise of the entire SolidWorks Community – in short, it’s one place to connect, discover and share everything SolidWorks.Accessible via PC browsers as well as smart phones and tablets, My.SolidWorks lets you:• Search a topic and see immediate results from everywhere — forums, blogs, video channels, and more• Read the latest news and updates tailored to your interests• Read content in-place or navigate quickly to the source• Browse for 3D ContentCentral models• Share useful resources with colleagues• Contribute your expertise and help others get more from SolidWorksMy.SolidWorks is open to all, but customers on Subscription get the most out of My.SolidWorks, with access to the Support Knowledge Base, SPR database, privileged content in the Forums, and more. Log in today using your SolidWorks online customer account, or sign up for an account at My.SolidWorks.com.
  • Enterprise PDM users will now be able to enjoy the same flexible workflows they’ve enjoyed while working on SolidWorks files inside of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel. A new add-in enables all of the key EPDM features without leaving the application.Features available in the Word, Excel and PowerPoint UI…Check out, check in undo check outKeep changes to a checked in fileAccess older versionsDirect access to data cardChange stateAccess Search toolSelect file in Windows ExplorerFile information display:Opened version vs. latestLocal revision vs. last revisionChecked out infoState
  • Demos:17 – UI - Visualisation18 – SolidWorks Simulation19 – Appearances - PhotoView 36020 –eDrawings
  • Typically the ambient occlusion layer is used to add a bit of extra shadow and pop to areas that are significantly occluded from light.
  • My.SolidWorks is a new online SolidWorks Community experience intended to make it much easier to get access to the resources and expertise of the entire SolidWorks Community – in short, it’s one place to connect, discover and share everything SolidWorks.Accessible via PC browsers as well as smart phones and tablets, My.SolidWorks lets you:• Search a topic and see immediate results from everywhere — forums, blogs, video channels, and more• Read the latest news and updates tailored to your interests• Read content in-place or navigate quickly to the source• Browse for 3D ContentCentral models• Share useful resources with colleagues• Contribute your expertise and help others get more from SolidWorksMy.SolidWorks is open to all, but customers on Subscription get the most out of My.SolidWorks, with access to the Support Knowledge Base, SPR database, privileged content in the Forums, and more. Log in today using your SolidWorks online customer account, or sign up for an account at My.SolidWorks.com.
  • Demos:07 – Drawings08 – SolidWorks EPDM09 – SolidWorks Costing10 – SolidWorks Electrical11 – My.SolidWorks
  • Demos:07 – Drawings08 – SolidWorks EPDM09 – SolidWorks Costing10 – SolidWorks Electrical11 – My.SolidWorks
  • Demos:07 – Drawings08 – SolidWorks EPDM09 – SolidWorks Costing10 – SolidWorks Electrical11 – My.SolidWorks
  • Demos:07 – Drawings08 – SolidWorks EPDM09 – SolidWorks Costing10 – SolidWorks Electrical11 – My.SolidWorks
  • My.SolidWorks is a new online SolidWorks Community experience intended to make it much easier to get access to the resources and expertise of the entire SolidWorks Community – in short, it’s one place to connect, discover and share everything SolidWorks.Accessible via PC browsers as well as smart phones and tablets, My.SolidWorks lets you:• Search a topic and see immediate results from everywhere — forums, blogs, video channels, and more• Read the latest news and updates tailored to your interests• Read content in-place or navigate quickly to the source• Browse for 3D ContentCentral models• Share useful resources with colleagues• Contribute your expertise and help others get more from SolidWorksMy.SolidWorks is open to all, but customers on Subscription get the most out of My.SolidWorks, with access to the Support Knowledge Base, SPR database, privileged content in the Forums, and more. Log in today using your SolidWorks online customer account, or sign up for an account at My.SolidWorks.com.
  • Demos:17 – UI - Visualisation18 – SolidWorks Simulation19 – Appearances - PhotoView 36020 –eDrawings
  • Demos:12 –Assembly Delighters (Usability, Rotational Explode, and Mirror)13 – Patterns14 – Assembly Mates (slots, spherical)15 – SolidWorks Plastics (Residual Stress and other)16 – CircuitWorks - Flow Simulation
  • Demos:12 –Assembly Delighters (Usability, Rotational Explode, and Mirror)13 – Patterns14 – Assembly Mates (slots, spherical)15 – SolidWorks Plastics (Residual Stress and other)16 – CircuitWorks - Flow Simulation
  • Demos:17 – UI - Visualisation18 – SolidWorks Simulation19 – Appearances - PhotoView 36020 –eDrawings
  • Demos:17 – UI - Visualisation18 – SolidWorks Simulation19 – Appearances - PhotoView 36020 –eDrawings
  • My.SolidWorks is a new online SolidWorks Community experience intended to make it much easier to get access to the resources and expertise of the entire SolidWorks Community – in short, it’s one place to connect, discover and share everything SolidWorks.Accessible via PC browsers as well as smart phones and tablets, My.SolidWorks lets you:• Search a topic and see immediate results from everywhere — forums, blogs, video channels, and more• Read the latest news and updates tailored to your interests• Read content in-place or navigate quickly to the source• Browse for 3D ContentCentral models• Share useful resources with colleagues• Contribute your expertise and help others get more from SolidWorksMy.SolidWorks is open to all, but customers on Subscription get the most out of My.SolidWorks, with access to the Support Knowledge Base, SPR database, privileged content in the Forums, and more. Log in today using your SolidWorks online customer account, or sign up for an account at My.SolidWorks.com.
  • Stratasys 3D PrintersFrom individual designer through product development collaboration to the manufacturing department, Javelin provides Stratasys 3D printers designed for you.Idea Series PrintersThe Stratasys Idea Series liberates creativity for individual designers and smaller teams and puts the focus back on what matters most: the idea. Whatever your application — proof of concept, product mockups, functional testing or marketing tools — Stratasys 3D Printers from the Idea Series are designed to keep your ideas in-house. Now you can do everything you used to do with an outside service — work and test models, save time and money.Design Series Precision PrintersThe Design Series Precision Printers include Objet machines that set the industry standard for final product realism. Objet systems feature unparalleled speed as well as multi-material 3D printing, and systems from the Objet Connex family give you the capability to print multiple materials simultaneously and the widest range of material properties on the market.Production Series SystemsThe Stratasys Production Series Systems includes a family of top-of-the-line 3D production systems. No other 3D system can deliver the same advanced performance in everything from tooling, jigs and fixtures to production-grade end-use parts and advanced functional prototyping.
  • Ideal for proof of concept, both the Mojo™ and uPrintSE™ 3D Printers produce concept models with feature detail, versatility and speed. By optimizing designs early in the process, they can help cut weeks from the design cycle, reducing product development costs and production timelines.Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technology is a powerful Stratasys-patented additive manufacturing method.FDM builds concept models, functional prototypes and end-use parts in standard, engineering-grade and high-performance thermoplastics. It’s the only professional 3D printing technology that uses production-grade thermoplastics, so parts are unrivaled in mechanical, thermal and chemical strength.
  • Design Series Precision PrintersThe Design Series Precision Printers include Objet machines that set the industry standard for final product realism. Objet systems feature unparalleled speed as well as multi-material 3D printing, and systems from the Objet Connex family give you the capability to print multiple materials simultaneously and the widest range of material properties on the market.Design Series Performance PrintersStratasys Design Series Performance Printers provide prototypes strong enough to withstand even the most rigorous testing. This category includes Dimension 3D Printers, which bring you the best of both worlds: ABSplus strength and the finest feature details using FDM Technology. Add to that a range of different colour possibilities, as well as easy-to-remove support materials, and you’ll have a system that’ll exceed even your highest expectations for 3D printing potential.
  • Stratasys offers a powerful range of additive manufacturing materials, including clear, rubberlike and biocompatible photopolymers, and tough high-performance thermoplastics. This variety lets you maximize the benefits of 3D printing throughout your product-development cycle.Fused Deposition Modeling MaterialStratasys patented Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technology works with production-grade thermoplastics to build tough, durable parts that are accurate, repeatable and stable over time.PolyJet Photopolymer MaterialStratasys PolyJet technology 3D prints in the widest variety of materials, so you can create realistic prototypes that closely resemble finished products.
  • 3D Data is probably the most important component of your business; and just about every department in your company needs to interact with the data at some point in the development lifecycle
  • Take your design from the digital to physical world3D printing allows you to prove out your concept ideas by printing your 3D design as a one-off finished product within hours or days.Shifting from the 3D digital world to a physical part will accelerate your product development process and lower cost. A 3D printed part is more effective at communicating the design, so you can make better decisions faster.
  • Prove your design before going to ProductionGet to market faster by printing your physical prototypes quickly in-house. You will be able to identify any product deficiencies and make improvements early in the design process when it’s least costly.Producing functional prototypes typically takes from a few hours to overnight. It will allow you to catch flaws before they become costly engineering changes. It also reduces time-to-market and maximizes product performance.
  • Digital Manufacturing is a realityDirect digital manufacturing (DDM) is a new, unique alternative for the production of end-use items. Having little in common with traditional manufacturing methods, the uniqueness of DDM changes the decision-making process, overturns old principles and creates new criteria.The primary advantage of DDM is that it removes constraints imposed by traditional manufacturing processes, such as injection molding or die casting. DDM fundamentally alters many of the "facts" and principles that govern conventional manufacturing enterprises.
  • My.SolidWorks is a new online SolidWorks Community experience intended to make it much easier to get access to the resources and expertise of the entire SolidWorks Community – in short, it’s one place to connect, discover and share everything SolidWorks.Accessible via PC browsers as well as smart phones and tablets, My.SolidWorks lets you:• Search a topic and see immediate results from everywhere — forums, blogs, video channels, and more• Read the latest news and updates tailored to your interests• Read content in-place or navigate quickly to the source• Browse for 3D ContentCentral models• Share useful resources with colleagues• Contribute your expertise and help others get more from SolidWorksMy.SolidWorks is open to all, but customers on Subscription get the most out of My.SolidWorks, with access to the Support Knowledge Base, SPR database, privileged content in the Forums, and more. Log in today using your SolidWorks online customer account, or sign up for an account at My.SolidWorks.com.
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    • 1. Experience SolidWorks 2014 Your Trusted Canadian 3D Technology Partner
    • 2. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 9:00 AM — 9:15 AM What's New at Javelin 9:15 AM — 10:00 AM SolidWorks 2014 Parts and Sketching 10:00 AM — 10:30 AM Networking Visit Solution Booths Agenda 10:30 AM — 11:30 AM SolidWorks 2014 Assemblies and Drawings 11:30 AM — 11:45 AM Event Sponsors 11:45 AM — 12:45 PM Lunch Visit Solution Booths 12:45 PM — 2:00 PM Analysis, Plastics, PDM, Electrical, Composer 2:00 PM — 2:15 PM What’s New with 3D Printing 2:15 PM — 2:30 PM Wrap up & Prize Giveaway
    • 3. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Pop Quiz  We will be testing you!  Text answers and your name to Eric (289) 242 – 6182  Include name and company with answer  Awesome prizes for the first correct answer
    • 4. What’s New at Javelin
    • 5. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 We’ve Expanded – Now Six Office Locations Across Canada Surrey, BC. Acquisition of VAR - Automated Design Systems, earlier this year Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Dartmouth, NS. Oakville, ON. Headquarters Edmonton, AB. Calgary, AB. Winnipeg, MB.
    • 6. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 What does this mean to you? Improved offerings – Aras EPLM – Electrical Design – Structural Design – Online Training Extended support – Increased support coverage – 6:30am -6:30pm EST – Faster response time Larger pool of experts – 200+ combined certifications – 2 Elite Application Engineers – 27 CSWP – 6 Simulation Experts – 6 EPDM Experts
    • 7. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 NEW Training Offerings Private Training Programs – Custom Skill Builder Program – Mix ‘n Match Tailored Training Modules/Courses – Professional Training Days and Private In-Class Training Flex Day Programs – Purchase bulk training days – 20% OFF list price – Applies to any public course in any location, including online options, and can be shared across all of your employees Online Live Training – Live instructor led training delivered over the web – Same experience as classroom training – Get help via private chat with instructor
    • 8. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 NEW Software Offering - Aras PLM What is Aras PLM? – A full-featured PLM solution built on EPDM – Item-based Engineering BOM management – A complete project management solution Why use Aras PLM? – Drives Cross-Functional Collaboration – Extends processes across the Company & Supply Chain – Optimized for companies that run SolidWorks. Use Aras PLM for… – Full Engineering BOM Management – Total Project Management – Enterprise Change Management
    • 9. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 NEW Stratasys 3D Printer Offerings  Stratasys and Objet merged earlier in the year  Now able to offer 3D Printers for all your prototyping needs, from small desktop machines to large production systems
    • 10. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 NEW Mojo - 3D Printer & SolidWorks Bundle  Create, Print and Test your design  All the tools you need to build prototypes of your products  Special financing at $299/month
    • 11. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Custom Programming – Integration solutions for CRM, ERP and PDM – Custom Applications that run inside SolidWorks – JavWare products Automation, Analysis , & Programming Services Analysis Services – We help solve customer manufacturing problems – Optimize or troubleshoot an existing design – Experts in Mechanical FEA, CFD, Multi-body Dynamic & Multi-discipline Analysis Design Automation – DriveWorks application to reduce design time – Sales Configurators – Automatically generate Design Variants, Quotes, BOM, a nd Drawings
    • 12. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 NEW My.SolidWorks.com  Connect, Discover and Share everything SolidWorks.  One Experience, One Login, One Search – go to: My.SolidWorks.com
    • 13. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Pop Quiz #1 Question: What new Javelin offering includes project management?  Text answers and your name to Eric (289) 242 – 6182  Include name and company with answer  Awesome prizes for the first correct answer
    • 14. What’s New in SolidWorks 2014 Design Without Limits
    • 15. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Main themes in this release  Focused Design Tools - Powerful new features and time saving shortcuts  Integrated Workflows - Streamlined processes and information sharing  Increased Performance - Faster system response and reduced user interaction  Enhanced Visualization - Stunning graphics and improved visualisation tools Image courtesy of Aldebaran Robotics
    • 16. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Focused Design Tools  Capture initial ideas quickly  Complex curves made simple  New tools provide new possibilities  Improved Schematic and 3D Electrical design Image courtesy of Ariens
    • 17. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Integrated Workflows  Document designs with clarity  Integrated electrical and mechanical processes  Easier access to your information  Quote and cost with confidence Image courtesy of Hioki
    • 18. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Increased Performance  Assemble your designs with ease  Graphics performance  Speed up repeated designs  Plastic injection moulding made easier  Validate thermal designs with speed and confidence Image courtesy of Rethink
    • 19. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Enhanced Visualization  The best user experience  Visualize and compare designs  Enhanced renderings and animations  Review designs anywhere  Share more design and simulation information Image courtesy of PaR
    • 20. Sketches and Part Design
    • 21. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Sketch Enhancements  Auto scaling first sketch dimension  Lasso selection  Path length dimension – Path driving dimension
    • 22. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Fonts  Stick Fonts – You can use stick fonts when applying sketch text to parts or assemblies for laser engraving, water jet, and for Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining. – Stick fonts are also called single line, stroke, or open loop fonts. – OLF SimpleSans OC
    • 23. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Sketch picture enhancements  Scale tool  Snap in to place
    • 24. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Pop Quiz #2 Question: What is the name of the new freeform selection method?  Text answers and your name to Eric (289) 242 – 6182  Include name and company with answer  Awesome prizes for the first correct answer
    • 25. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 UI Enhancements  New UI – Clean – Property manager icons changed for users with colour blindness • ~45,000 SolidWorks Users  History folder in design tree  Save as copy – Save as copy and copy to disk – Save as copy and open – Include references – prefix/suffix  Section View – Include/exclude components – Graphics only
    • 26. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Recent Documents  You can use the Recent Documents dialog box to open files with the same controls contained in the File Open dialog box.  You can also drag a Recent Documents tile into: – An open part to create a derived part. – An assembly to insert the component. – A drawing to create a view of the model. – An empty graphics area to open the file. – Windows Explorer to copy the file to that location.
    • 27. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Spline and Conic Enhancements  Auto conic tangency – Auto endpoint snapping  Fixed length spline  New Style spline – Local edit  Replace sketch entity – Also available on delete
    • 28. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Quick Conic Review  Benefits – Quick math (ie. y=x2) – C2 continuous – Adjustable sharpness – No inflections  Adjust how sharp by rho value  Commonly used as blend
    • 29. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Pop Quiz #3 Question: What new spline tool makes it easier to manipulate organic shapes?  Text answers and your name to Eric (289) 242 – 6182  Include name and company with answer  Awesome prizes for the first correct answer
    • 30. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Conic Fillets  Defined by – Conic rho – Conic radius  Variable conic fillet  Face fillet – Chord width
    • 31. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Sheet Metal Enhancements  Swept flange enhancements – Cylindrical – Conical  New sheet metal gusset feature  New corner relief feature  Lofted “transition” bends – Chord tolerance – Number of bends – Segment length – Segment angle
    • 32. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Weldments & Part Enhancements  Improved edge hiding behind thin parts  Configurable Weldment profiles  Configurable equations  Slots in Hole Wizard  Thru all in both directions
    • 33. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Weldments & Part Enhancements  Retain children of deleted features  Reference plane normal direction  New reference point creation methods  New volume units – Litres, ounces, gallons etc.  Save as part including cut-list properties
    • 34. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Pop Quiz #4 Question: How many types of facet calculation types are available now with lofted sheet metal?  Text answers and your name to Eric (289) 242 – 6182  Include name and company with answer  Awesome prizes for the first correct answer
    • 35. Intermission/Networking 30 Minutes
    • 36. Assemblies and Drawings
    • 37. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Assemblies  Quick access to configurations  Quick access to flexible switch – More predictable flexible sub assemblies  Select by size  Improved FM scrolling (not collapse)  AssemblyXpert – Rebuild time in seconds – Hidden, virtual and envelope components – Number of flexible sub-assembly mates
    • 38. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Assemblies  View mates enhancements – Plane/axis/point – Sketch – Feature  Explode with rotations – Rotate about component origin – Rotate about manipulator
    • 39. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Assembly Notifications  Assembly Context Sketch Notification – When in an assembly , if you create a sketch on face or plane of part without editing that part first, you will receive this message. – Saves wasted time and effort when you accidentally create the sketch at the top level.
    • 40. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Mirror components  Advanced and Mechanical mate support – Cam – Hinge – Linear coupler – Path – Symmetric – Universal joints – Width mates  Mirror about bounding box (asymmetric components)
    • 41. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Pop Quiz #5 Question: What is the new explode method called?  Text answers and your name to Eric (289) 242 – 6182  Include name and company with answer  Awesome prizes for the first correct answer
    • 42. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Mates  Smart mate sensitivity  Smart mate button on toolbar  Default mate behaviour – Parallel if coincident isn’t available – Concentric – axis to cylinder  Pin mate dialogue  Quick mate toolbar  Lock rotation for concentric
    • 43. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Sphere Mate  Sphere mate – Tangent to non-planar surfaces, edges and sketches – Sphere to sphere – Sphere to 3D sketch – Sphere to almost any surface
    • 44. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Slot Mate  Slot mate – Parallel or concentric sides and equal radius on each end – Free/centre/position – Slot to slot
    • 45. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Pop Quiz #6 Question: What reference geometry is required for the slot mate?  Text answers and your name to Eric (289) 242 – 6182  Include name and company with answer  Awesome prizes for the first correct answer
    • 46. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Patterns  Assembly patterns – Sketch driven pattern – Curve driven pattern – Pattern driven pattern – Improved visual feedback  Support for patterns creating multi-bodies – Select bodies to keep
    • 47. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Costing  Volume costing for quick estimates  Template setup – Machine specific setup costs  Limited access template for sharing  Sheet Metal costing – Percentage scrap – Calculate Sheet Metal costs using machining template  Converting circular cut path to holes – Change to mill/cut path
    • 48. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Pop Quiz #7 Question: What new costing operation will help for quick calculations?  Text answers and your name to Eric (289) 242 – 6182  Include name and company with answer  Awesome prizes for the first correct answer
    • 49. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Drawings 1  Notes area annotation view in parts and assemblies – Flat to the screen (ASME Y14.41-2003)  Drawing view panel icons  Replace drawings views  Edit section cutting line uses section view assist  Section surface bodies  Reattach stacked balloons  Find intersection  Dimension leaders – Different leader and extension style – Text above and below extension line
    • 50. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Drawings 2  Note enhancements – Uppercase switch – Attach note to view/sheet  View label tags  Slot callouts  Soft snaps for angular dimensions  Angular ordinate dimensions  Datum features attach to points
    • 51. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Drawings 3  Secondary sheet format specification  BOM Enhancements – Save sort settings – Toolbox properties • AS, DIN, GB, ISO, IS, and KS • Standard • Specification • Name – Automatically split
    • 52. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Pop Quiz #8 Question: What new dimensioning tool will help with circular patterns?  Text answers and your name to Eric (289) 242 – 6182  Include name and company with answer  Awesome prizes for the first correct answer
    • 53. People’s Choice from SolidWorks 2013
    • 54. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Measuring the “People’s Choice”  Javelin YouTube channel has ~1,000,000 video views  Last year javelin released ~ 100 videos highlighting new features in SolidWorks 2013  There are already ~20 new videos highlighting 2014  Subscribe at www.javelin-tech.com/youtube  Visit our blog at www.javelin-tech.com/blog
    • 55. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 The People’s Choice New Features in 2013 10. Super Fast Turbo Dimension Mode while Sketching http://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=v_p-hxT8F4o 9. New Photoview Materials, Copying and Scaling http://www.youtube.com/w atch?v=wrHaiGBPC0Q
    • 56. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 The People’s Choice New Features in 2013 8. Reaction Forces when Simulating Beams http://www.youtube.com/watc h?v=_Xg28gjFKjQ 7. Multiple Exploded Views in a Single Configuration  http://www.youtube.com/w atch?v=92l7RKBMWNg
    • 57. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 The People’s Choice New Features in 2013 6. Intersect Tool to Calculate Baby Bottle Fill http://www.youtube.com/w atch?v=3f7C3Cf88Q0 5. Convert View to Sketch and Mirroring Drawing View http://www.youtube.com/w atch?v=xYKVhfkiyRI
    • 58. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 4. Bounding Box Calculation and Link to Dimension http://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=3KQimbL59SU The People’s Choice New Features in 2013 3. Varying Dimension Patterns http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=SPRFZ8mGJp0
    • 59. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 2. Leveraging Global Custom View for Consistent Views http://www.youtube.com/w atch?v=79v7VPJbF7I The People’s Choice New Features in 2013 1. Using Parametric Center of Mass Point http://www.youtube.com/watc h?v=dK1dFHCwJyg
    • 60. Javelin Sponsors
    • 61. Canadian owned and operated since 1997
    • 62. Canadian owned and operated since 1997
    • 63. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Grand Prize for Bingo Card  Draw prizes from survey  Grand prize draw from Bingo card
    • 64. The Full SolidWorks Solution
    • 65. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 The Javelin System SolidWorks 3D Solutions Output STL 3D Printing EPDM Other Locations Wide Area Network EPLM ERP (SAP, MS, Custom)
    • 66. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 What is EPDM? – Tools to manage and design data for your entire team – Tracking and version control for your documentation – Fast and secure information retrieval database SolidWorks Enterprise PDM Why use EPDM? – Manage SolidWorks (and other CAD) designs – Organize the flow of data with workflow tools – Reduce the time you spend searching for models, and drawings Use EPDM to… – Easily find documents – Prevent files from being accidentally overwritten – Easily produce BOMs
    • 67. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 SolidWorks Enterprise PDM  Automated Cache Management – Library components/Toolbox  Latest version check-out options  Configure Where used/Contains/Check- out – Configure columns – Expand/collapse assembly structure – Next/previous warnings toggle – Reference selection controls  Reference version column – Better child info support (more than 2 levels)
    • 68. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Microsoft Office Integration  Word, Excel and PowerPoint  Check out, check in  Get versions  Search  Workflow transitions
    • 69. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 EPDM Web2
    • 70. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Rendering  Graphics – Save as alpha channel PNG • DPI / transparancy control – New backgrounds and environments • Flatten floor  PhotoView 360 – Cartoon rendering – New “Sun” Light – Solar access study – Network rendering for animations • Frame by frame
    • 71. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Cartoon Rendering  Outline and/or Shading
    • 72. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Pop Quiz #9 Question: What rendering tool simulates the actual time of year?  Text answers and your name to Eric (289) 242 – 6182  Include name and company with answer  Awesome prizes for the first correct answer
    • 73. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 What is it? – Powerful 2D schematic tool to quickly develop electrical systems – Create Single-line and multi-line schematics integrate with your 3D models SolidWorks Electrical Software Why use it? – Get a coordinated BOM, include MCAD & ECAD – Reduce costs with exact cable/wire lengths – Faster creation of your electrical schematics What’s included? – Includes a comprehensive parts database – Automated creation of PLC schematic, terminal strip drawing, and documents
    • 74. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 SolidWorks Electrical Schematic  Filtering in project manager  Single and multi line schematic on a single page  Improved location outline  New passive symbol  New search tool  New wipe-out drawing tool – Hide components or add space for text  Paste Special  New wire and equipotential labels  New cross-reference manager  New 3D online catalogue
    • 75. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 SolidWorks Electrical Schematic  Calculations • Length • Resistivity • Resistance • Voltage  Improved bend radius rules  Design rules check – Unconnected wires – Wires without marks  Publish to eDrawings • Voltage Drop • KW Loss • Amp Capacity
    • 76. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 SolidWorks Electrical 3D  Enhanced Flattened Harness Representation – Support of Terminals, Seals, Plugs, in BOM or Connector Tables – Directly edit BOM / Connector Tables – Coloured Connector Pins in Flattened Drawings
    • 77. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 SolidWorks Electrical 3D  Improved Automatic Wiring – New multi-core algorithm that speeds up automatic wiring - 5x to 8x – Real Harness Support • Native support of harnesses created with SolidWorks Electrical
    • 78. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Pop Quiz #10 Question: What new published file format can be created in SolidWorks Electrical?  Text answers and your name to Eric (289) 242 – 6182  Include name and company with answer  Awesome prizes for the first correct answer
    • 79. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 SolidWorks Simulation  Auto bolt mapping from toolbox  Results visualisation enhancements – Change results display from legend – Stress component and fringe options – Max limit value – Edit all results options from “edit definition”  Compare results across configurations  Contact visualisation plot  Symmetric results plot  2D contact stress support
    • 80. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 CircuitWorks and Flow Simulation  Multi select items  New properties – SW component information – Ref des prefix – No Instances – Material properties  Import CW properties into Flow Simulation
    • 81. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 SolidWorks Plastics  Getting started wizard  Runner system wizard  Result advisor  Calculate effects of in-mold residual stress
    • 82. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 eDrawings eDrawings (desktop) – Rotational explode support • Explode with acceleration – Flow simulation results support – Simulation symmetry results in eDrawings – DimXpert dimensions – 2D Electrical support eDrawings for iPad – eDrawings for iPad 3DCC support – Android support coming soon – Augmented reality
    • 83. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 eDrawings for iPad 3DCC support
    • 84. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 What is Composer? – Authoring tool for creating 2D & 3D graphical content – A tool to repurpose your existing 3D CAD data to create documentation – A means to show products prior to manufacture SolidWorks Composer Software Why use it? – Add a new dimension to product communications with 3D animations – Create Raster images and Vector line art quicker and easier than before – Help your customers and partners understand and retain information Use Composer for… – Assembly instructions – Service manuals – Training materials – Web-based catalogues
    • 85. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Composer Library  Set of public 3D tool they can use to enrich their instructions.  Each tool is configurable and comes with a set of predefined intelligent views.
    • 86. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Pop Quiz #11 Question: What website now supports iPad eDrawings direct open?  Text answers and your name to Eric (289) 242 – 6182  Include name and company with answer  Awesome prizes for the first correct answer
    • 87. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 JavWare  Javelin Support Add-in – Rapid Prototype Part Quote  PropertyLinks Professional  PropertyLinks BOM  PlantWorks  Enterprise Assistant  JavWare Labs – CopyProject – SolarWorks – OffsetPart – QuickDrawings
    • 88. What’s New with 3D Printing
    • 89. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 3D Printers 3Production series 2Design series 1Idea series
    • 90. Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Ideal for individuals – Proof of concept for your ideas – 3 printers to choose from – FDM printing technology  Print ABS Plastic Parts – Production grade material – Mechanically strong and stable – Export STL from SolidWorks Idea Series Desktop Printers
    • 91. Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Ideal for design teams – Ideal for Fit, form & function testing – 11 Objet (precision) and 3 Dimension (performance) machines available – PolyJet & FDM technology  Print with Photopolymers – Realistic materials including rubber-like, clear & composites – Multi-material 3D printing – Industry specific applications for dental, medical & hearing aid Design Series 3D Printers
    • 92. Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Ideal for manufacturing – Create end-use parts – Print jigs, fixtures, check gauges, molding and tooling – 4 Fortus Production Systems  Print Production Grade Parts – Materials include ABSplus, ABSi, ABS-M30, ABS-ESD7, PC, PC-ABS, PC-IS, PPSF/PPSU, ULTEM 9085 Production Series Systems
    • 93. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Rigid – Polypropylene-like – High-temperature, ABS-like – Translucent & Transparent Flexible, Rubber-like – High-elongation – Wide range of Shore Scale A values (Hardness) – High Tear Resistance Medical – Biocompatible clear and Hearing Aids & Dental Digital Composite Materials – Pre-defined Digital Materials™ Durable − ABS − Production-grade − Realistic parts − Translucent Functional – Anti-static – High strength – Manufacturing tools Industry-Ready – High strength – Sterilizable – Food & drug High-Performance – Flame retardant – Chemical-resistant – Low-toxicity – Finished parts FDM Thermoplastics PolyJet Photopolymers
    • 94. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 3D Printing for your Business ManufacturingPrototyping Estimating Sales/Marketing Research Engineering Documentation
    • 95. Sales & Marketing – Create models before they are manufactured to help sell the concept – Use for demos, trade shows or as samples – Create different textures Application: Concept Modeling Ergonomic Studies – Create rigid and soft feel products – Create different textures on your models – The ability to create 1:1 scale models for accurate ergonomic studies Architectural Design – Create models faster than traditional methods – Modular parts so model can be easily changed – Stronger, with no distortion
    • 96. Functioning Parts – Moving parts, Gears, Levers & Joints – Create Plugs & Seals – Create Living Hinges, Gaskets & Hoses Application: Physical Testing Accurate look and feel – Over Molding & Double Injection Process – Labeling, Texture & Imprint – Shock Absorption & Impact Resistance Coating Parts – Coat rigid material with flexible material – Specific touch-and-feel properties
    • 97. Bonding & Gluing – For parts too large for a single build – Faster builds with less support material – For parts with finer features, sectioning and bonding parts is a great solution. Application: Presentation Electroplating – Give plastic parts a metallic finish – The metallic looking parts will be lightweight – Legacy Effects created the iconic Iron Man suit using this technique Sanding & Painting – Apply different colours – PolyJet material accepts paint without the need for polishing or sanding – Get the exact look of the finished product.
    • 98. Jigs & Fixtures – Lead times reduced by 40% to 80% – Cost reduced by 70% to 95% – Eliminate assembly and improve performance and accuracy. – Design freedom for improved function and ergonomics. Application: Molding & Tooling Blow and Injection Molding – Lead time reduced by 30% to 70% – Prototype mold cost reduced by 40% to 80% – Stability, eliminating distortion with heat. – Durability through hundreds of cycles. – Little or no need for post processing. Silicone Molding – Lead time reduced 50% to 80% – Cost reduced by 40% to 75% – Inert models won’t inhibit curing – Models won’t distort with heat – Durable models that can be used many times
    • 99. Rapid Deployment – After design stage manufacturing can begin immediately – Simply send your design to your production system Application: Manufacturing End-use Parts Low capital expenditure – Traditional manufacturing methods demand tools and dies that are expensive – No need for tooling, initial manufacturing cost is dramatically reduced Unlimited Complexity – Anything that a designer can creates can be manufactured – This promotes product innovation and design optimization
    • 100. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Form Fit Function: Ducati  Problem: Needed time-to-marked reduction – Engine: 28 months to design & build – Majority of prototypes were outsourced  Solution: Fortus for in-house prototypes – 2 alternate prototype engines built – Nearly all from polycarbonate  Results: Decreased design errors – Engine designed and built in 8 months – Time to market reduced by 71% Process Time Using a service bureau 28 months Using Fortus in-house 8 months Savings 20 months (71%)
    • 101. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Sales & Marketing: Polaris  Problem: Prototypes go through many revisions resulting in high costs. Input from customers needed to inform design changes.  Solution: Stratsys Fortus FDM – Create functional prototypes without the cost of tooling. – High accuracy for proper fit with production components.  Results: – Toolings savings of $60,000 per year – Faster to market – Working samples for focus groups = better product “Because FDM can produce accurate functional prototypes, we avoid about $60,000 in tooling cost per part. Every time we avoid cutting a tool, we save 8 to 12 weeks”
    • 102. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Jigs & Fixtures: Oreck  Problem: Expensive and long lead times to create their coordinate measuring machines – 40-50 assembly fixtures required per product – Made by molding and casting  Solution: 3D print fixtures – Fixtures produced in-house – Holds tolerances of 0.003 inch  Results: Large cost savings – Reduced downtime – Typical cost reduced by $65,000 – Fixture components quickly replaced – Manufacturing process is re-started faster – Machine paid for itself in a few projects Process Cost Estimate Traditional molding & casting $100,000 Direct digital manufacturing $45,0000 Savings $65,000 (65%) Click for video
    • 103. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Jigs & Fixtures: Automotive  Problem: Tooling needed to position badges – Expensive for low volume production – Steel tools are heavy - ergonomics – New model year = new tooling  Solution: 3D print jigs – Fixtures produced in-house – Weight reduction of 75%  Results: Large cost savings – Weight reduction of 75% – Reduced costs 70% – Easier on the cars
    • 104. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 End Use Parts: Sheppard Air Force Base  Problem: Creating one-of-a-kind or low volume parts with traditional manufacturing was too expensive and time consuming  Solution: 3D Production with Fortus – Able to print multiple parts simultaneously – Ability to implement design changes immediately and at minimal costs.  Results: Faster Production – Printing the UAV’s large antenna in about one-tenth the time – Versatility versus injection molding “3D Printing has saved the US government over $3.8 million to date with an expected 10-to-15-year savings of over $15 million.”
    • 105. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 To Summarize  Produce More Creative Designs  Reduce Cost of Errors  Shorter Turnaround Time  Protect Intellectual Property  Freedom of Design – Part Complexity  Efficiency for low volume production  Manufacture on Demand  Less Waste
    • 106. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Pop Quiz #12 Question: What is the name of our entry level printer?  Text answers and your name to Eric (289) 242 – 6182  Include name and company with answer  Awesome prizes for the first correct answer
    • 107. Canadian owned and operated since 1997
    • 108. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Training Promotion
    • 109. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Training Promotion
    • 110. Javelin’s Choice Top 10 List www.javelin-tech.com | 1-877-219-6757
    • 111. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Javelin’s Choice Top 10 List 10) Slot mate 9) 3D tool library in composer
    • 112. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Javelin’s Choice Top 10 List 7) Style Spline8) Automated Bolted Connections in Simulation
    • 113. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Javelin’s Choice Top 10 List 6) Rotate Exploded View 5) New EPDM Web Portal
    • 114. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Javelin’s Choice Top 10 List 4) Replace Sketch Entity 3) Auto Scale first dimension
    • 115. Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Javelin’s Choice Top 10 List 2) Solar Study 1) Electrical eDrawings
    • 116. Thanks for Attending www.javelin-tech.com | 1-877-219-6757

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