TriMech 20 for 20

What's New in SOLIDWORKS 2020: Structural Systems, Sheet Metal & Routing

October 11, 2019
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM ET

TriMech 20 for 20 - Whats New Structural Systems

"Keep moving forward," is a phrase that Walt Disney used to encourage his company to adapt, and it seems like SOLIDWORKS took a page out of his book. Every year they continue to improve their software, and we’re here to highlight some features to make sure you can get the most out of the updates!

Join us on Friday, October 11th at 10 AM ET for our webinar as TriMech Application Engineer, Patricia Bar, breaks down the enhancements made to sheet metal, routing and structural systems. First, she will discuss the Convert to Sheet Metal function to improve flat patterns and relief cuts. Then, she will dive into routing, from updating 3D routes, specifying colors for covering multiple connection points and mass/density for cables and wire. Finally, she will take a look at the changes made to the structural systems. This includes picking the direction for a primary member with a sketch while specifying point and length and pattern and mirror functions for structure systems.

In this webinar, Patricia will teach you how to:

  • Use Convert to Sheet Metal more accurately 
  • Improve flat patterns with routing 
  • Increase the functionality of structural members with new End Conditions 
  • Create multiple connection points for routing parts
  • Devise structural members 

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This webinar is part of the TriMech 20 for 20 series. As a result, recordings of these live webinars will not be available on-demand immediately afterward.

About The Presenter

Patricia Bar


Patricia Bar
Application Engineer

Patricia has been an Application Engineer with SOLIDWORKS VARs since 2007, where she has worked with the general CAD product as well as the PDM products. Prior to joining the VAR world, Patricia had 5+ years working on consumer products from personal printers to coin-operated dryers, which means she has worked in a lot of different part development methods.


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