Dassault Systèmes announced Solidworks 2022, the latest version of its portfolio of 3D applications for design and engineering used by millions of innovators around the world.

Solidworks 2022, the company says, is the bearer of hundreds of user-driven improvements, which accelerate innovation, streamline and speed up the process of product development from concept to production.

Solidworks 2022, says Dassault in a note, improves the capabilities and workflows used every day for design, documentation, data management and validation.

New features and performance improvements inspired by the Solidworks community that allow innovators to operate smarter and faster, creating better products in a shorter time.

In addition, Solidworks 2022 provides the opportunity to exploit the collaboration tools of Dassault Systèmes’ 3D Experience platform, as well as increasing their competitive advantage by connecting to the portfolio of 3Dxperience Works solutions.

Solidworks 2022 new workflows and improved design capabilities for assembly and parts, design details, simulation and product data management.

New features for parts such as hybrid modelling and creation of standardized external threads and improvements to the user interface for the link bar, configuration management, geometric tolerance.

Solidworks 2022 brings quality and performance improvements when working with large assemblies, import STEP, IFC and DXF/DWG files, detailed drawings and product data management.

Also important is the automatic optimization of the performance of assemblies without worrying about modes and settings.

At interface level, faster graphics are reported with improved response and quality visualization and access to the digital collaboration environment of the 3Dexperience platform to improve innovation and decision-making.

Access to an extensive portfolio of 3D Experience Works cloud-based applications for design, engineering, simulation, production and governance Solidworks is also available.

All other features of SolidWorks 2022 are described on the Dassault website.

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