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Bridging Innovation: The Pioneering Partnership Between SOLIDWORKS and Cadence Redefines Product Development

Monday, February 19th, 2024

In an ambitious move that signals a new dawn for product development, Dassault Systèmes’ SOLIDWORKS and Cadence Design Systems have embarked on a pioneering partnership. This collaboration is set to transform the landscape of design and manufacturing by seamlessly integrating the realms of mechanical and electronic design. The convergence of SOLIDWORKS’ 3D CAD technology with Cadence’s unparalleled electronic design automation (EDA) capabilities, facilitated through the 3DEXPERIENCE cloud platform, marks a watershed moment in engineering.

A Synergy of Expertise

At the core of this groundbreaking partnership is the fusion of two distinct yet complementary worlds: the mechanical design strength of SOLIDWORKS and the electronic design finesse of Cadence, particularly its OrCAD and Allegro PCB design tools. This integration is poised to solve a perennial challenge in product design—bridging the gap between mechanical and electronic design workflows that have traditionally operated in silos.

The Unified Design Vision

The partnership’s cornerstone is its commitment to a unified design process. By integrating mechanical and electronic tools on the 3DEXPERIENCE platform, the collaboration promises a cohesive design environment. This holistic approach ensures that every design element, from PCB layouts to mechanical enclosures, is synchronized, reducing errors and iterations, and significantly accelerating time-to-market for new products.


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