SOLIDWORKS CATIpult Session
Event #: CP101
CATIpult learning sessions are unique educational opportunities designed for SOLIDWORKS users of various experience levels.
CATI Technical Analysts have put together a series of hour long presentations in the form of convenient webcasts. The CATIpult webcasts are conducted via Webex and consist of live SOLIDWORKS hands-on training, Power Point presentations, and product demonstrations.
Topics change monthly, so check back for new topics.
Are you looking for past CATIpult webcast? You can find previous recordings over on our YouTube channel.
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|Sheet Metal Basics Using SOLIDWORKS||Join us in this CATIpult webcast where we dig into SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal. We’ll cover how to get started with SOLIDWORKS sheet metal; including adding various types of bends and flanges, generating flat patterns and creating drawings. If you’re new to SOLIDWORKS sheet metal, this is for you.||Kris Dubuque|
|Free and Powerful SOLIDWORKS Xpress Tools||This session demonstrates the SOLIDWORKS Xpress Tools. It provides an informative look into tools all SOLIDWORKS users have. Xpress tools are lightweight versions of the larger tool. There are four utilities: are DriveWorksXpress, DFMXpress, SimulationXpress, and FloXpress.||Judy Marlo|
|SOLIDWORKS Simulation Tips and Tricks||When working with any type of analysis, it’s important to start off on the right foot. In this CATIpult session, join a Simulation Expert as they cover some of the most commons pitfalls with SOLIDWORKS Simulation. From study types, to setup tips and results tools, this webcast will have something for anyone interested in SOLIDWORKS Simulation.||Kurt Kurtin|
|Planning your SOLIDWORKS Upgrade: 10 Common Mistakes and How to Avoid Them||As we wrap up 2019, many of you will begin planning your SOLIDWORKS upgrades for next year. In this final CATIpult webcast of the year, we’ll cover some of the most common issues we observe and how to avoid them. Even if you’ve installed SOLIDWORKS many times, you’ll not want to miss this.||Justin Maxwell|