HP: Every year at SOLIDWORKS World, I visit them and they have incredible products to offer for SOLIDWORKS users. Their Z Workstations take performance and productivity to the next level.
Dell: Precision workstations from Dell let you compute faster. Their systems are built with multi-core processors, high-end graphics and many more features to help SOLIDWORKS users with their complex work.
Intel: With Intel processor power, the desktop workstation/mobile workstation attains the capacity SOLIDWORKS users need.
NVIDIA: NVIDIA Quadro professional graphics help boost performance and make for a smoother workflow.
AMD FirePro: With a number of GPU-accelerated features, AMD FirePro professional graphics cards are the right choice for great performance.
DriveWorks: A simple rule-based tool for your design automation needs. With a free DriveWorksXpress included in every seat of SOLIDWORKS, it is easy to start with a small automation project and then grow it into a wider level with their Solo (a 30-day trial is available) and Pro versions.
ATR Soft’s CustomTools: As their tag line says, “Kill your routines before they kill you!” CustomTools helps you save valuable time by automating your day-to-day routine. It makes sure that SOLIDWORKS users are spending time in innovation, not printing files, making reports and other similar activity.
The Steel Detailer: My bad for not exploring this product in earlier at SOLIDWORKS World events. TSD from Quadro Design is a nice tool that automates creation of detailed structural models and fabrication drawings, reducing the time from concept to completion. The tool knows what the shop people require, and drawings are done faster than traditional ways.
PCBWorks: Looking to bridge gaps between your ECAD and MACD data? PCBWorks is the right choice. If you have both ECAD and MACAD teams, then PCBWorks would be a good way for them to collaborate. The UI is simple to use and instant communication/updates can be done while working on the same project.
SolidCam: iMachining technology from SolidCam helps you machine your components 70-80 percent faster. This also extends tool life and lowers cost. I have a friend and SolidCam user who, after seeing a live demonstration of iMachining on a project, opted to go with SolidCAM without a second thought.
Rapid Sheet Metal: A one-stop shop for all your metal prototype requirements that provides quality and timely delivery. Their free SOLIDWORKS add-in, SolidQuote, will give you instant quotes for the sheet metal parts.
LogoPress: A nice tool for die industry. They also offer a free 123GO copy to every registered SOLIDWORKS user having inbuilt smart library. 123GO helps insert fasteners and related holes in SOLIDWORKS assemblies automatically.
Proto Labs: Proto Labs can help you with your plastic part developments. Get the quote with manufacturability analysis after you have uploaded your models to their site. Their online tools also show you where you have issues with your models and will suggest the best way to fix them.
The Foundry/Modo: A cool tool for the professional who wants more realistic models while modeling in SOLIDWORKS. With an interface similar to Photview360, it’s really easy to learn.
Keyshot: Keyshot helps you make amazing renderings and animations with your SOLIDWORKS model.
Stratasys: With their desktop-to-large 3D printers, Stratasys is really helping the world accelerate with 3D printing. And with a variety of colors and materials, the challenges in the product development cycle have been reduced to a great extent.
MCor: A 3D printing technology that uses standard sheets of copy paper as the raw material plus binder and color inks. Their 3D printed hammer was able to knock a nail into wood! Yes, a 3D printed paper hammer
SolidProfessor: SolidProfessor, an online video tutorial-based learning tool, helps users advance their learning on SOLIDWORKS. And with added-in assessments tests, one can check on the learning progress and improve accordingly.
i GET IT: i GET IT is a comprehensive online training tool for designers and engineers. They have more than 230 unique course topics.
ExactFlat: ExactFlat is an essential tool for people working on the textile industry. It cuts down the time-to-market by playing an important role from design to finished product. ExactFlat recently released their cloud-based software, ExactFlat Online, which is available as a free public beta. Register and take advantage of flattening your designs for free on the cloud.
Coworkshop's Curtain e-locker: Curtain e-locker helps secure your SOLIDWORKS files and hence takes care of your intellectual property. Based on the permission set for the user, one may be able to just view the files but can’t print, save or copy to any external sources. I had been looking for a similar tool for one of my customers and was glad to find Curtain e-locker at SOLIDWORKS World 2015.
3DConnexion: 3DConnexion helps to accelerate productivity by offering CadMouse specially designed for the CAD professional. I had a chance to play with the mouse at SOLIDWORKS World 2015 and was amazed with it capabilities.
EpiGrid: EpiGrid can help with your data management, which can then be accessed from anywhere. With the affordable solution, small-to-large companies can leverage their services and avoid delays and implementation cost.
nPower Software: With nPower Software you can make complex surfacing in SOLIDWORKS as if you were playing with clay. It lets you make models you would not be able to make otherwise.