Dassault Systemes (Euronext Paris: #13065, DSY.PA) has launched SOLIDWORKS 2021, the latest release of its portfolio of 3D design and engineering applications in India. SOLIDWORKS 2021 enhances the capabilities and workflows for design, documentation, data management and validation that enable users to get their work done faster. SOLIDWORKS 2021 users can also expand their capabilities by connecting to the 3DEXPERIENCE WORKS portfolio to tackle more challenges, from design to manufacturing, and accelerate cloud-based collaborative innovation.
At the India launch of SOLIDWORKS 2021, Dassault Systemes announced that leading automotive component supplier of vehicle dashboard and interiors MigmaPacktron has deployed ENOVIAworks.
“New materials and components that are lightweight without compromising on tenacity and durability have evolved in the automotive and commercial vehicle industry worldwide. There is increased demand for aesthetically designed attractive, appealing and cost effective solutions for dashboards, interiors, doors and cabin comfort. To meet this demand we needed a collaborative solution between designing, engineering, manufacturing and even global teams,” said Nitin Raut, Director, MigmaPacktron. “ENOVIAworks will enable us to connect our most vital resources - people, software tools and data - in one unified, secure place to collaborate on designs more easily, keeping projects and people on track.”
“SOLIDWORKS 2021 enhances the capabilities and workflows for users every day for design, documentation, data management, validation, and more. Users can now also expand the capabilities by connecting to the 3DEXPERIENCE WORKS portfolio to tackle more challenges and accelerate innovation together,” said PM Ravikumar, India Management Director, SOLIDWORKS & 3DEXPERIENCE WORKS, Dassault Systemes.“ENOVIAworks will enable MigmaPacktron to collaborate in the value chain. SOLIDWORKS 2021 and the 3DEXPERIENCE WORKS portfolio will help us expand into new customer bases across Industrial Equipment, Life Sciences and Medical Devices and among automotive and aerospace suppliers across the country.”
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