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SOLIDWORKS offers several licensing solutions tailored to the size and flexibility needs of an organization. These licenses range from Single Seat, Single User, and Standalone to the ability to spread your SOLIDWORKS investment over a large group of users using Floating Network licenses. In this guide, we dive deeper into what each option of SOLIDWORKS licensing is, how they work, and how to choose the option that best fits the way your company operates.
Many of us have been faced with the need to work from home and we have no choice but to find solutions to the challenges we face. If you have found yourself suddenly working remotely, we can help you access your SOLIDWORKS license regardless if it's a standalone or network license type.
Get a glimpse of new products and functionality that are currently being developed for the SOLIDWORKS 2021 release. The following features are what’s to come.
OK. Chances are if you’ve been around SOLIDWORKS for any significant amount of time, you may have seen some of these SOLIDWORKS Tips before, but I’ll be surprised if more than a handful of seasoned SOLIDWORKS Users have seen all five of these Tips and Tricks. While I’ve shown countless SOLIDWORKS Tips in my time, these five are some of my personal favorites.