Today, visual images are more important than ever. Just because a physical prototype of a product design isn’t available, doesn’t mean your training materials, assembly instructions, marketing and sales collateral should be put on hold. With SOLIDWORKS Composer you can start producing a range of technical communication graphical assets earlier in the product design process, helping to lower costs and speed time-to-market.
Even nontechnical roles can use SOLIDWORKS Composer. The easy-to-use tools let you work directly from 3D CAD data to create associative 2D and 3D deliverables that automatically stay up-to-date with the latest design changes.
Keep reading to learn more about SOLIDWORKS Composer and make sure to join our May 30th webcast for a live demonstration.
What is SOLIDWORKS Composer?
SOLIDWORKS Composer is an add-on technical communication tool available to all SOLIDWORKS users to help produce high quality photorealistic images and interactive animations. 2D and 3D designs are presented using your SOLIDWORKS CAD data that can be updated and manipulated easily eliminating manual data changes.
Technical communication tools such as SOLIDWORKS Composer help guide your audience, whether it is a customer or coworker to easily understand and retain the information in front of them, speeding up the communication process.
Start working smarter, not harder
Product design isn’t always a smooth process. Often times revisions need to be made over and over again before the final product is complete. Using SOLIDWORKS Composer to help stakeholders clearly see what changes need to be made in an interactive way helps designers develop fixes faster and easier.
SOLIDWORKS Composer helps you stay ahead of your competition. With high quality graphics, products are brought to life with interactive storyboards that help explain even the most complex details. If a customer has a question or suggestion during the display, these changes can be easily presented without having to schedule another appointment.
It’s not too late to get started
It’s never too late to start implementing SOLIDWORKS Composer into your everyday workflow. See how other companies are using SOLIDWORKS Composer and how you too can start hitting your goals faster during our webcast.
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About the Author
Angelle Erickson writes about how companies are using innovative technologies, such as 3D printers and SOLIDWORKS software to increase productivity, improve product development processes, and maximize business potential.