Looking to maximize the benefits of your SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD software or Stratasys/Desktop Metal 3D printer? Then join one of our certified instructors online with our Digital Training or at one of TriMech's SOLIDWORKS Authorized Training Centers located throughout the eastern United States. Whether you want to master basic fundamentals, get advanced training, find a SOLIDWORKS User Group near you or become SOLIDWORKS certified, we offer learning opportunities both online and in-person for all levels of users.


CAD Training

All classes come with standard SOLIDWORKS training materials and supplemental TriMech materials to streamline your design workflow.

Simulation Training

Test your designs more effectively against real-world conditions with SOLIDWORKS Simulation training.

CAM Training

This course teaches how to use the SOLIDWORKS CAM Standard software to generate, modify and post process 2.5 axis milling toolpaths.

PDM Training

Improve project collaboration and implementation with Product Data Management classes ranging from basic to advanced PDM training.

PCB Training

Learn printed circuit board design tools and capabilities, from start to placement to final integration, with PCB Essentials Training.

3D Printer Training

Gain hands-on 3D printer experience on a range of machines, applications and 3D printing technologies including FDM, PolyJet, SLA and SLS.


Master SOLIDWORKS Conceptual Designer or Industrial Designer to create, capture and evaluate concept designs.

DriveWorks Training

Address specific questions, methods and core concepts of SOLIDWORKS files with our DriveWorks training courses.

Electrical Training

SOLIDWORKS Electrical design solutions can help your team design 2D schematics or 3D electrical models.

3D Scanner Training

Gain hands-on 3D scanner experience with different scanning technologies including Artec Eva, Space Spider, Leo and Geomagic for SOLIDWORKS

Get Certified

Set yourself apart from your colleagues and demonstrate your depth and knowledge by becoming SOLIDWORKS certified.


Access the latest SOLIDWORKS news, discussions, content, training resources and CAD models at MySolidWorks.


Find a SOLIDWORKS User Group near you to network with engineering professionals in your community.