SolidWorks 1995 marked the debut of SolidWorks as a computer-aided design (CAD) software. Being the first release, it laid the foundation for what would become a widely used tool in the engineering and design industries.
SolidWorks 1995 Package (front)
SolidWorks 1995 Package (back
SolidWorks 1995 CD-ROM
SolidWorks 1995 introduced a user-friendly interface, which was a significant aspect of its early appeal. It featured a more intuitive layout compared to other CAD programs available at that time, making it accessible to a broader range of users.
3D CAD Functionality:
From its initial release, SolidWorks focused on providing robust 3D modeling capabilities. This included basic features for creating, modifying, and manipulating 3D solid models. It was less complex than some high-end CAD programs but still powerful enough for professional use.
SolidWorks 1995 utilized parametric modeling techniques, allowing users to define dimensions and relations…