Using SOLIDWORKS Industrial designer and Wacom Cintiq 27” Pen & touch Display

SOLIDWORKS Industrial Designer

Accelerate your industrial design process with SOLIDWORKS Industrial Designer.

How do you accelerate design? Where do you get your design inspiration? From nature, product history or your own insight? Industrial designers need to capture ideas whenever and wherever they strike and easily share them with relevant stakeholders.

Rather than add more tools to your already overflowing mixed bag of tricks, you need a unified tool set; one that delivers an efficient concept creation process. A tool set that connects to a streamlined product design workflow of ideation, collaboration, iteration and approval, with seamless integration to existing detail design and manufacturing tools.

SOLIDWORKS Industrial Designer software provides the right tool at the right time, helping you accelerate design with a single toolset to go from initial hand sketches to 3D concept modeling to printed proposals.

Use the integrated Conceptual Sketch tools to capture your ideas and the freeform tools to make them real.

In this video I use the Wacom Cintiq 27” Pen & touch Display to make the most of the Conceptual Sketch tools in SOLIDWORKS Industrial Designer.



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Artjom Gorozanin

Technical Consultant at PLM Grouop