Upcoming Webinars

Next-Gen 3D Modeling - Understanding 3D Sculptor and xShape

March 23, 2021
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM ET

Understanding 3D Sculptor and xShape

Do you need to create shapes and curves for an ergonomic or organic-shaped design that you just can’t get with traditional solid-modeling? The 3D Sculptor Role on the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform offers xShape, a powerful web-based subdivision program that allows you to handle your model geometry in a more advanced and intricate way.

Join us on Tuesday, March 23rd at 10:00am EST for our webinar as TriMech Application Engineers Sawyer Gara and Stephen Choi show you how a design engineer would use these tools in their day to day tasks. This application allows you to have great curvature continuity, full control over your geometry's mesh, and is a great tool in the 3DEXPERIENCE arsenal.

In this webinar Stephen and Sawyer will cover:

  • Use of Cloud Based Collaboration to work on a Team Project
  • Learning more about the 3D Sculptor Role and xShape
  • Creating ergonomic and organic models on a web-browser using subdivision tools
  • Using the Derived Format Converter to make files accessible to multiple CAD programs, including SOLIDWORKS
  • Sharing files with teammates to indicate the design is ready for prototype

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About The Presenters

Welcome Email_ Sawyer Gara



Sawyer Gara
Application Engineer

Sawyer is an Application Engineer working out of Huntsville, Alabama. He received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology and has been using SOLIDWORKS for 6+ years with experience all over the SOLIDWORKS Design Ecosystem.

Headshot_Stephen Choi



Stephen Choi
Application Engineer

Stephen is an Application Engineer based out of Orlando, Florida who focuses on supporting and teaching SOLIDWORKS CAD, 3D printers and scanners. He obtained his CSWE certification within a year of working with TriMech and continues to learn and expose himself to as much as possible to better assist his fellow engineers.


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