SolidWorks Corp. has announced the launch of the SolidWorks Student Edition 2006-2007 software in India. The software has been exclusively configures and packaged for the present day engineering and industrial design students.
Paul Maloney, director – worldwide education sales, SolidWorks Corporation, said, “SolidWorks is committed to helping develop today’s students into tomorrows engineers. Our customers demand qualified SolidWorks graduates with high levels of design and engineering competency and skills. Now, Indian students can gain access to powerful 3D CAD software, master 3D CAD fundamentals, and go on to design breakthrough innovations.”
Apparently, with this software, students can quickly learn 3D CAD and sharpen their skills, rather than spending time learning complex software. The software promises to deliver matchless ease-of-use, power, and innovations to help students master the fundamentals of engineering design, and prepare them for rewarding and rewarding careers.
Participants in the 2006 “Passion for Design – SolidWorks Design Contest” have been given a copy each of SolidWorks Student Edition software, in order to allow them to participate in the contest, and design products in the area of energy development, life enhancement, and handicap assistance.
The SolidWorks Student Edition 2006-2007 includes:
Additionally, students will receive COSMOSWork finite element analysis software, COSMOSMotion kinematics and motion analysis software, and COSMOSFloWorks computational fluid dynamics and thermal analysis software.
SolidWorks is working with CADD Centre, the largest CAD training institution in the country, to make the new software available to students through its extensive network of training centers at a highly affordable price.
At present SolidWorks is used by many leading educational institutions worldwide, including Stanford University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge University, and the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) among others.