ENOVIA SOLIDWORKS Integration Training

Price: $795.00
Credits: 0
Classroom: 1 Session, 7 Hours
Virtual: Not Currently Available

Class #: EN106

This course is for those new to the SOLIDWORKS Integration with ENOVIA. Students will learn the fundamental skills and concepts central to the successful use of the ENOVIA SOLIDWORKS Integration. Following the course, students will be able to add SOLIDWORKS files to their ENOVIA system using the SOLIDWORKS Integration and the ENOVIA Integration into Windows Explorer.

Class Details

  • ENOVIA Workspaces

  • ENOVIA Explorer Integration Functionality
  • ENOVIA SOLIDWORKS Integration Functionality
  • Adding SOLIDWORKS parts, assemblies, and drawings to ENOVIA
  • Creating new ENOVIA versions and revisions in SOLIDWORKS
  • Releasing SOLIDWORKS CAD files in ENOVIA
  • Searching for SOLIDWORKS in ENOVIA

Training materials will be supplied at the beginning of class and are yours to keep.

  • Basic understanding of the SOLIDWORKS CAD application

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Training Testimonials

Great class! A must have for any Industrial Designer. Should have taken it earlier...that is my only regret.

Mark Krasne

I liked how the case study was at a pace where each student could keep up with each step that the instructor was doing. It enabled each student to learn and be able to complete the lessons on their own.

Mary

I was nervous coming into the class that I would not be advanced enough to learn but at the end of the week I am completely satisfied with how much I learned.

Edward Siedlecki