SOLIDWORKS Visualize is available from the SOLIDWORKS Installation Manager.
The SOLIDWORKS Visualize add-in, which is available in all versions of SOLIDWORKS, lets you export SOLIDWORKS features directly to SOLIDWORKS Visualize.
SOLIDWORKS Visualize Boost is a service that allows you to distribute rendering from a computer running SOLIDWORKS Visualize Professional to one or more computers on a network.
You can adjust the opacity of parts, groups, and models to help show the inner details of complex projects.
In SOLIDWORKS Visualize dialog boxes, you can display help that is specific to the dialog boxes by pressing F1.
To display the internal parts of a model, you can create section views by adding cut planes.
In Visualize's home screen, you can easily find projects that you opened recently, and perform other tasks.
Pivot point snapping lets you accurately locate a model's pivot point on the model surface.
Users familiar with SOLIDWORKS CAD camera navigation can use it instead of the standard SOLIDWORKS Visualize camera navigation.
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