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A Solid Improvement
SolidWorks 2021 vs 2020: The Differences

If you want to know about the next version of SolidWorks, we've got you covered. Read on to find out what SolidWorks 2021 will bring.

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Substantial Update to Solid Software
SolidWorks 2018: Faster Workflows, VR Integration, Collaborative Features

The go-to-engineering platform of many engineers, SolidWorks, is receiving a long-awaited make-over this year. The update is due for release in November.

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Showfloor Report
An Inside Look at the Last-Ever SOLIDWORKS World

Nearly 7,000 professionals, enthusiasts, designers, exhibitors, experts, attended the last "SOLIDWORKS World" in Dallas. Read Sarah Goehrke’s report on the most important CAD conference – and how it will be rebranded for 2020.

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Faster then Phelps
Eclectical Engineers 3D Print an Underwater Ironman Jetpack

Wish you were Iron Man, only underwater? YouTube channel Eclectical Engineering made an underwater flight-suit with 3D printed propellers.

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Leading by Example
Engineering Student Designs Tactile Maps for Blind Students

An engineering student is creating tactile maps with braille to help visually impaired students find their way around campus.

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Pocket Lightshow
Create Holograms with your Smartphone using Holo-Z

Convert your smartphone into a holographic projector with the Holo-Z, a 3D printed accessory available to buy on Sculpteo.

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Digital Design and 3D Printing
3D Printed Ceramics: Unique Tableware from Jade Crompton

A Masters student specializing in 3D printed Ceramics and Digital Design is hoping to change the perception of traditional materials.

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