Buzz: Allows you to view, sort and browse all the latest news, content and discussions on My.SolidWorks.com. This can include YouTube, Twitter, SOLIDWORKS Forums, SPRs, and much more!
Training: On MySolidWorks you can supplement your in-person classroom training with online lessons. Depending on your level of MySolidWorks (more on that later) you have access to 600+ hours of extra training. This can include Certification prep-courses.
Drive: You can use your existing cloud storage accounts to share and collaborate designs.
Manufacturing Network: Will allow you to find and network with Designers and Manufactures in a wide range of industries. You can register your own company to promote and grow your business.
Support: This section will help integrate your customer portal account with online help documents, product downloads, and system requirements.
My VAR: You can stay connected with all things TMS from this one location. You will have access to our contact information for Tech Support as well as blogs, webinars and other posts.
Register: Browse to My.SolidWorks.com and click “Join” at the top right corner.
You will be prompted for your email address. **Make sure you use your company email address that is linked to your SOLIDWORKS customer portal account. If you are in any doubt contact TMS and we will advise on the correct address.
Account Level: There are three different account levels. If you supplied a valid serial number currently on subscription, you will be registered for Standard Level, otherwise it will default to a generic level account. MySolidWorks Professional level is where you will get the most out of your My.SolidWorks.com account.
Additional ResourcesMySolidWorks 2019 Datasheet
- November 2, 2020 Save up to 35% on SOLIDWORKS with the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform
- October 22, 2020 SOLIDWORKS 2021 Launch Event
- August 11, 2020 Making SOLIDWORKS feel like home - Customising the UI
- July 13, 2020 What is the SOLIDWORKS Rx tool and how can it help?
- June 25, 2020 Changes in SOLIDWORKS 2020 SP3.0
- June 17, 2020 Calculating Internal Volume