Large Assemblies Webinar in SOLIDWORKS 2022

In 22 minutes, on Friday, December 22, 2021, from 10:00, you will learn what effective tools the new version of Solidworks brings and how to quickly put them into practice. In addition to a number of new and improved features, each new version of Solidworks also brings performance improvements, and version 2022 is no exception.

By performance we usually mean the speed of opening, closing, saving and updating files, or the speed of executing commands on larger data.
This is a very important factor for the vast majority of users. If you are also interested in this topic, you are invited to this webinar, where you will learn more details. Lecturer Miloš Hrazdíra, Industry Process Consultant Solidworks will take a look at other news that are in some way related to performance.


Friday, December 10, 2021
Time: 10:00

The webinar will be broadcast in the Czech language.

Participation in this webinar is free. After its completion, a space will be opened for questions from participants.


If you are interested in the content of the webinar and you know that you will not be able to participate in the specified period, still register. After the webinar is broadcast, it will automatically receive an e-mail with a link to the record and the materials used.

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