October 10th was a milestone day for NCCS with the annual INNO3D event, showcasing what is new in Solidworks 2019, along with industry partners presenting some of the latest products and trends in the design and manufacturing space.
INNO3D 2017 was a large event but this year’s event was even bigger and broke all records. With more than 220 keen design and manufacturing industry professionals in attendance, and 10 industry partners showcasing their latest technology, the event was well received by all.
David Auld and David Trought from Outerspace Design gave the audience a first-hand chance to see the award-winning Fusion Guitar designed using Solidworks and featured on Channel 10’s Australia by Design: Innovation program.
Solidworks 2019 along with Solidworks CAM offers Customers access to best in class design to manufacture technologies and workflows. This will improve collaboration and interactive experiences during design and engineering. Companies will be able to deliver more diverse and better products to their Customers in shorter timeframes.
This latest Solidworks release is packed with enhancements based on insights and feedback from the large worldwide Customer base.
Solidworks took many of the common ideas along with gains available using current hardware iterations and based Solidworks 2019 on that.
Year on year INNO3D is the largest event of its kind in Australia and New Zealand and NCCS plans to showcase Solidworks 2019 along with Solidworks CAM again at Austech 14-17 May 2019.