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What’s New in SOLIDWORKS 2024: Simulation, Flow and Plastics

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Are you ready to elevate your engineering game? Dive into the exciting advancements of SOLIDWORKS 2024 and revolutionize your simulation processes. From quicker setup to superior results, here’s what’s in store:

Streamlined Simulation Setup

Explore how SOLIDWORKS Simulation tools have been turbocharged to expedite simulation study setup. With intuitive enhancements, engineers can now breeze through configurations and dive straight into analysis.

Optimized Flow Simulation

Experience the power of SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation as it undergoes transformative improvements in the 2024 release. Uncover how these enhancements empower engineers to achieve precision and efficiency in fluid dynamics analysis like never before.

Enhanced Plastics Capabilities

Delve into the realm of SOLIDWORKS Plastics and witness its evolution in the latest updates. Discover how engineers can leverage advanced features to enhance plastic part and mold designs, ensuring optimal performance and durability.


Take a deep dive into the cutting-edge advancements of 3DEXPERIENCE SIMULIA tools, designed to tackle the most challenging engineering problems. With a spotlight on aerospace applications, uncover how these tools revolutionize simulation in the aerospace industry.

Stay ahead of the curve and harness the power of SOLIDWORKS 2024 to propel your engineering projects to new heights. Explore the latest in simulation, flow, and plastics capabilities, and embark on a journey of innovation and excellence.

Ready to revolutionize your engineering processes? Contact us and dive into SOLIDWORKS 2024 today!


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Damon Tordini

Damon Tordini is the Product Manager for Plastics and Flow Simulation out of Hawk Ridge Systems’ Costa Mesa, California office. Damon received the SOLIDWORKS Elite Applications Engineer award in 2012 and is a two-time presenter at SOLIDWORKS World. When he's not waiting for his last simulation to finish, you can probably find him making some kind of noise, which he claims is music.
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