The CAD Models link provides users with a catalog of parts powered by 3D Content Central. Clicking on a model will bring you to the 3D Content Central page and allow you to download the files. (And yes logging into the 3D Content Central is required to download, so make sure you have an account there too.)
Click on an image to select the model then click on the "Configure and Download" button.
This takes you to 3D Content Central to download the model.
The forums provide access to other user discussions where you can post new discussions or contribute to ongoing discussions. You may filter these by topic or just use the latest feed.
We hope this series has given you an insight what is available in the MySolidWork website. Please check back to the CATI Blog as the Dedicated Support Team will continue posting new series of articles every month that go further into the details of many of the SOLIDWORKS tools. All of these articles will be stored in the category of Daily Dose…..of SOLIDWORKS Support and links to each article with their release date are listed below:
- The New MySOLIDWORKS Community – Part 1 (Bryan Pawlak 12/3/14)
- The New MySOLIDWORKS Community – Part 2 (John Van Engen 12/4/14)
- The New MySOLIDWORKS Community – Part 3 (Blake Cokinis 12/8/14)
- The New MySOLIDWORKS Community – Part 4 (Neil Bucalo 12/9//14)
John Van Engen
CATI Senior Technical Analyst