SolidWorks n!Fuze

At SolidWorks World 2010 there was an announcement of something called SolidWorks Product Data Sharing, an online data management product. Thereafter the name was changed to SolidWorks Connect and now finally the folks at SolidWorks have settled on SolidWorks n!Fuze. Here is a video that I captured of a demo of SolidWorks n!Fuze at SolidWorks World 2011. Towards the end of the video you will also see a version of DraftSight running on the iPad. Click the YouTube logo in the bottom right corner to watch the video in HD on YouTube.

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  • Hey Deelip,

    Just to clarify, the product is called SolidWorks n!Fuze with a “z.” We’ll be talking about it more soon. Current SolidWorks customers can also sign up for the public beta, which is scheduled to start in the next few weeks.

    Just send your name, company name and contact information to When the beta program is ready to start, we’ll contact you with program details and instructions.

    Matt / SolidWorks

    • Thanks, Matt. Its fixed. BTW, which wise guy came up with that name and what was the need to make it that convoluted.

  • Ray Packard

    Hee, hee!  I’m glad I’m not the only one who thinks the name is silly.  It sounds like it was invented by a third grader… who failed punctuation.

  • the thinker

    Name is Silly and Product is a Flop.
    Too Early Too early with so much consumed bandwith
    Autodesk is doing the right thing STEP By STEP with their 2 D .

  • Guest

    Yep This Enovia v6 everywhere will take lot of time to be fully functional 
    vision is nice but too early
    The approach of Siemens , PTC. and Autodesk is more carful while innovative. they went or soon going smoothly into mobile and other additions. PTC attempted the sharing in 2000 and it never really worked it looks like .
    I do not see a Renault or Peugeot offering their parts on the cloud 
    this will not happen .