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Why You Should Rely on SolidWorks Modeling Experts

You probably hear it all the time: why should you pay someone to do something that you can do on your own? It’s a valid question when it comes to changing your car’s oil or painting a wall in your house, but what about with your engineering work? Many people outsource your SolidWorks modeling, and it actually saves them a ton of time and money.

This short guide is all about why you should rely on SolidWorks modeling experts for your upcoming design. Outsourcing even the smallest project can still save you money and result in faster turnarounds.

What Makes Someone a SolidWorks Modeling Expert

First off, what makes someone a SolidWorks “expert”? In our experience, it’s someone with thousands of hours’ worth of experience in the program. The same person likely has years and often even decades of experience running SolidWorks and creating thousands of different designs from scratch.

There’s something about experience in a CAD program that you can’t deny. An expert will create faster, more efficient 3D models with fewer errors than a rookie, and that’s true across the board.

SolidWorks Has a Lot of Hidden Features and Commands

SolidWorks is easily one of the most accessible CAD programs when it comes to user-friendliness. It’s really easy to open the program and start drawing, but there are so many features and commands that you might not know about. It isn’t until you’ve spent the better part of a decade solely using SolidWorks that you realize all of these commands.

The best part? Oftentimes these commands save a lot of time and lead to more reliable 3D models.

When you outsource with a SolidWorks modeling expert, you’re fast-tracking your design since the expert already knows all of these quick ways to model.

Can You Afford the Time and Money Required to Train Your Staff?

There’s nothing wrong with training your own staff until you have an in-house team of expert-level SolidWorks modelers, but do you have the time and resources required? Training can easily take months, and training courses are more expensive than you might think.

Alternatively, you can simply outsource your project and tap into a team of experts that are already trained at CAD/CAM Services. We go through vigorous training so you don’t have to.

Outsourcing Your SolidWorks Projects Couldn’t Be Easier

The bottom line is that outsourcing is so easy to do. All you need to do is call us, email us, or fill out a contact form and we’ll handle everything else. We can turn your napkin sketch into a fully functional 3D CAD model in SolidWorks.

When you choose CAD/CAM Services, you’ll save time and money on each project.


Relying on SolidWorks modeling experts is a quick way to get more reliable results at a fraction of the cost. You can skip all the extra training when you choose CAD/CAM Services. We are a full-service outsourced CAD company with millions of drawings done over our decades in business. Get a free quote today.

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