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SolidWorks Design

Creating a CAD model using SolidWorks

Friday greetings to you all.

Keeping up to date with software and hardware is important to us here at White Horse CAD.

Firstly, we do love a bit of tech! We’re big fans of gadgets and innovation, we’re always on the lookout for ways to improve our services for ourselves and our clients.

So, we want technology to give us the best platform for our product design process from the concept stage through to manufactured products.

We want technology to be time-efficient and help us to get more done in less time. This means you benefit from a quicker turnaround for your projects.

Our client base stretches across most industries so we need technology that clearly explains complex assemblies and features.

And, this is why we’ve recently upgraded to the latest 2022 version of SolidWorks. SolidWorks is our primary design tool and has been for many years. As well as the high-quality design capabilities, importantly it provides secure storage and sharing of data. And if you don’t have this latest version, fear not!  Our software license gives us access to past versions back to 2014, meaning we can keep our clients’ legacy data intact.

WHC’s Tim Bird provides expert mechanical engineering and design advice to many industries.

It’s now over to Tim, WHC Managing Director and SolidWorks guru to share some insight into a feature of the latest version… Geometric Tolerancing.
What do you think?

Keep an eye out for hints and tips to come. In the meantime, if you’d like to find out more about White Horse CAD, please head to our website. Equally, we always welcome a call to discuss

ideas and requirements, so please get in touch 01373 801 803. 

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