SOLIDWORKS Training at Computer Aided Technology

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SOLIDWORKS Training at Computer Aided Technology “There are no secrets to success. It is a result of preparation, hard work, and learning from Failure” – Colin Powell. At Computer Aided Technology, proper training is a critical component to success of any SOLIDWORKS or any software user.  With SOLIDWORKS Training, users are statistically more productive and accurate. Any untrained user may require up to 22.5 hours to acquire the same skill level that it takes a trained employee just 5 hours […]

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Why Take SOLIDWORKS Online Training?

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With the new offering of SOLIDWORKS Online Training many customers have been asking us, “why should I take online training?” or “what’s the difference between your classroom training and online training?”. I will use this blog to explain the differences and when it makes sense for you to choose online vs classroom training.   First I will explain the very few differences between our online and training classes. For those of you who have taken any of our classroom training […]

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SOLIDWORKS Essentials Training

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“If you don’t have time to do it right the first time, when will you have time to do it over” – John Wooden Let’s talk SOLIDWORKS Essentials Training at 3DVision Technologies. Essentials Training is the most requested training at our company. The goal of this course is designed to teach the student how to use the SOLIDWORKS mechanical design automation software to build parametric models of parts and assemblies, and how to make drawings of those parts and assemblies. […]

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How Many Hours Are You Wasting in SOLIDWORKS?

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How many times have you made a purchase only to discover features and/or functionality weeks, months, even years later? Proper training is a critical component to the success of any SOLIDWORKS user.  With SOLIDWORKS training, users are statistically more productive and accurate.               Here are some quick SOLIDWORKS training statistics: 1. An untrained user may require up to 22.5 hours to acquire the same skill level that it takes a trained employee just 5 […]

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