Introduction to 3DExperience Solidworks for Makers with Donna Hill August 27-28, 2022

Computer-Aided Design programs, or CAD for short, are excellent tools to help makers design, plan and build their woodworking projects. Designing and drawing a project before moving to into the shop allows one to visualize the final product in a 3D format and generate a cut list for materials. For years the Maker community has depended upon affordable CAD programs like SketchUp and Fusion 360 for their design and drawing needs. Now one of the world’s best design tools has come out with a version that can compete with the cost of these other programs. 3DEXPERIENCE SOLIDWORKS for Makers is meant for personal projects and non-commercial use and is priced to be competitive with other hobbyist and Maker programs. For additional info about this program visit click here.


Saturday - Sunday Aug 27 - 28, 2022
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