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Why You Really Should be Using MySolidWorks

The Alignex Team on March 10, 2016 at 8:09 AM

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Your best SOLIDWORKS resource is just a click away.

So, you’re using SOLIDWORKS but not taking advantage of MySolidWorks? If so, you’re really missing out on one of the best free resources that SOLIDWORKS has to offer. From free training and online storage to easy access to a full manufacturers network and comprehensive user forum, MySolidWorks can really become one of a designer’s best tools.

One of the best things about MySolidWorks is that it’s literally just a click awayanytime, anywhere, and on any device. Run into a snag on a design you’re working late at night? Log into MySolidWorks and check out the forums or check the support area for a quick answer in the help section. Want to pull up one of your designs on your iPad to show a customer? MySolidWorks gives you direct access to cloud storage via Dropbox or Google Drive and then let’s you pull up your design quickly and easily.

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Where MySolidWorks really shines though is as an additional training resource. While nothing truly beats live interactive training, MySolidWorks does a great job at providing additional learning resources to help take your skills to the next level. Whether you’re looking to learn something new or just get a refresher on material you already learned in a live class, it’s out there. You'll find hundreds of relevant design topics discussed in the user forums plus there are currently over 700 SOLIDWORKS tutorials available and over 150 are totally free for anybody registering for a MySolidWorks account. Those with a Premium account can even access free SOLIDWORKS Certification prep courses.

So what are you waiting for?

Sign up now for free and see for yourself at my.solidworks.com. Plus, take a minute to subscribe to the Alignex Blog for some of the best expert advice and updates from our team of application engineers!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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