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SOLIDWORKS Composer is a SOLIDWORKS tool to create high-quality graphical assets from the 3D CAD designs for technical and marketing documentation.

It is used to make manufacturing assembly instructions, product manuals, installation instructions, service manuals, training guides, marketing brochures, and sales bidding kits. The available graphics vary from 2D content to interactive animations.

According to the package, SOLIDWORKS Composer allows users to interact with a model, use custom APIs to customize the player, launch CAD files batch conversion, support PMI data, and identify design errors.

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With Materialise 3-matic, you can clean up rough data for simulation or convert your mesh back to CAD. In addition, it allows you to enhance your design by creating 3D textures, lattice structures and conformal structures, ready for Additive Manufacturing.

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