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Introduction




SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=- is a solid modeling computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided engineering (CAE) software that enables you to design, analyze, and manufacture products of any complexity and purpose. It is developed by DS SW Corporation, an independent division of Dassault Systemes, the world leader in high-tech software.




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SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=- is the core of an integrated set of enterprise automation tools that support the product life cycle, from concept to production. It offers a wide range of specialized modules and features that help you create parametric 3D models, 2D drawings, animations, photorealistic renderings, simulations, cost estimations, data management, collaboration, and more.


Some of the features and benefits of SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=- are:


  • Simple but sophisticated 3D CAD design: You can create complex shapes and geometries with intuitive sketching, modeling, editing, and assembly tools.



  • Templates and CAD library: You can use predefined templates and components to speed up your design process and ensure consistency and accuracy.



  • Automation and design reuse: You can automate repetitive tasks, apply design rules and standards, and reuse existing data to save time and resources.



  • Cost estimation tools: You can track and optimize the cost of your design in real-time using built-in tools that calculate material, manufacturing, labor, and overhead costs.



  • Interference check: You can detect and resolve potential collisions, interferences, clearances, and tolerances issues before manufacturing.



  • 2D drawings for production: You can quickly generate detailed and accurate 2D drawings from your 3D models with automatic dimensions, annotations, bills of materials, and balloons.



  • Animations and photorealistic renderings: You can create stunning animations and renderings of your design using advanced lighting, shading, texturing, and camera effects.



  • Expanded interoperability with 3D Interconnect: You can work with more data sources easily by importing or referencing native files from other CAD systems without translation or conversion.



  • Improved performance and reliability: You can work faster on large assembly drawings with more improvements to Detailing Mode. You can also benefit from bug fixes, service packs, patches, updates, and support from SOLIDWORKS.



System Requirements




Before you install SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=- on your computer, you need to make sure that your system meets the minimum hardware, software, and antivirus requirements. Here are the approximate requirements for SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=-:Hardware requirements:


ComponentMinimumRecommended


ProcessorIntel or AMD with SSE2 support and 64-bit operating system3.3 GHz or higher


RAM8 GB or more16 GB or more


Disk space10 GB or more20 GB or more


Graphics cardCertified cards and drivers (see [9](https://www.solidworks.com/support/hardware-certification))NVIDIA Quadro or AMD FirePro series with 2 GB or more memory


Monitor resolution1280 x 800 or higher1920 x 1080 or higher


Internet connectionBroadband connection for download and activationBroadband connection for download and activation


Pointing deviceMS-Mouse compliant (3-button recommended)MS-Mouse compliant (3-button recommended)


DVD drive or broadband internet connection to download the software.


Software requirements:


  • Operating system: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit only)



  • Microsoft Excel and Word: 2010, 2013, 2016 (64-bit only)



  • Browsers (for viewing help): Internet Explorer 9,10,11, Edge, Chrome, Firefox.



  • eDrawings: eDrawings 2016 is supported for use with SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0.



  • SolidWorks Simulation: SolidWorks Simulation 2016 SP1.0 is supported for use with SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0.



  • SolidWorks Flow Simulation: SolidWorks Flow Simulation 2016 SP1.0 is supported for use with SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0.



  • SolidWorks PDM: SolidWorks PDM Professional 2016 SP1.0 is supported for use with SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0.



  • SolidWorks Electrical: SolidWorks Electrical 2016 SP1.0 is supported for use with SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0.



  • SolidWorks Composer: SolidWorks Composer 2016 SP1.0 is supported for use with SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0.



  • SolidWorks Plastics: SolidWorks Plastics 2016 SP1.0 is supported for use with SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0.



  • SolidWorks Inspection: SolidWorks Inspection 2016 SP1.0 is supported for use with SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0.



  • SolidWorks MBD: SolidWorks MBD 2016 SP1.0 is supported for use with SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0.



  • SolidWorks Visualize: SolidWorks Visualize 2016 SP1.0 is supported for use with SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0.



  • SolidWorks PCB: SolidWorks PCB 2016 SP1.0 is supported for use with SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0.



  • SolidWorks CAM: SolidWorks CAM Standard and Professional are included with an active subscription of SolidWorks Standard, Professional, or Premium respectively.



Antivirus requirements:


SolidWorks recommends using a certified antivirus product to protect your system from viruses and malware. However, some antivirus products may interfere with the installation or operation of SolidWorks products. Therefore, you should follow these guidelines when using an antivirus product:


  • Disable the antivirus product during the installation of SolidWorks products.



Add the following folders to the antivirus product's exclusion list:


  • C:\Program Files\Solidworks Corp\*



  • C:\ProgramData\Solidworks\*



  • C:\Users\\AppData\Local\Solidworks\*



  • C:\Users\\AppData\Roaming\Solidworks\*



  • C:\Users\\Documents\Solidworks\*



If you are using a network license server, add the following folder to the antivirus product's exclusion list on the server machine:


  • C:\Program Files (x86)\Solidworks Corp\*


  • Update your antivirus product regularly and scan your system periodically for any threats.



  • For more information on antivirus products and SolidWorks compatibility, see [10](https://www.solidworks.com/support/antivirus/).



Installation Guide




Now that you have checked your system requirements, you are ready to install SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=- on your computer. Follow these steps to complete the installation process:


  • Download the SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=- file from the link provided by the seller or distributor. The file size is about 10.5 GB, so make sure you have enough disk space and a stable internet connection.



  • Extract the file using a program like WinRAR or 7-Zip. You will get a folder named "SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=-" with several subfolders and files inside.



  • Disable your antivirus product temporarily and make sure you are logged in as an administrator on your computer.



  • Open the folder "SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=-" and run the file "setup.exe" as an administrator. This will launch the SolidWorks Installation Manager.



  • Select "Individual (on this computer)" as the installation type and click "Next".



  • Enter your serial number that you received from the seller or distributor and click "Next". If you do not have a serial number, you can select "I want to try this product" to get a 30-day trial version.



  • Select the products that you want to install from the list and click "Next". You can also customize your installation options by clicking "Change".



  • Select the folder where you want to install SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=- and click "Next". The default folder is "C:\Program Files\Solidworks Corp\Solidworks".



  • Review the summary of your installation settings and click "Install Now". The installation process will begin and may take several minutes to complete.



  • When the installation is finished, click "Finish" to exit the SolidWorks Installation Manager.



  • Open the folder "SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=-" again and run the file "SW2016_SP1.0_Full-SSQ\Activator-SSQ\SolidSQUADLoaderEnabler.reg" as an administrator. This will enable the loader for SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0.



  • Run the file "SW2016_SP1.0_Full-SSQ\Activator-SSQ\SolidWorks.2016.Activator-SSQ.exe" as an administrator. This will activate SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 with all its modules and features.



  • Restart your computer and enable your antivirus product again.



Congratulations! You have successfully installed and activated SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=- on your computer. You can now start using it for your design and engineering projects.


Getting Started




To launch SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=-, you can either double-click the desktop icon or go to Start > All Programs > Solidworks 2016 > Solidworks 2016 x64 Edition. You will see the SolidWorks splash screen followed by the Welcome dialog box.


The Welcome dialog box gives you access to various resources and options to help you get started with SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=-, such as:


  • New: You can create a new document, such as a part, assembly, or drawing.



  • Open: You can open an existing document from your computer or network.



  • Tutorials: You can access a series of interactive tutorials that teach you the basics of SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=-.



  • What's New: You can view a summary of the new features and enhancements in SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=-.



  • Resources: You can access various online resources, such as forums, blogs, videos, webinars, and customer portal.



  • Options: You can customize your SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=- settings, such as units, colors, fonts, toolbars, shortcuts, and more.



You can also close the Welcome dialog box and access these options from the menu bar or the command manager. The menu bar is located at the top of the SolidWorks window and contains various menus, such as File, Edit, View, Insert, Tools, Window, and Help. The command manager is located below the menu bar and contains various tabs, such as Features, Sketch, Evaluate, DimXpert, and Simulation. Each tab contains a set of commands related to a specific task or function.


The main area of the SolidWorks window is the graphics area, where you can view and manipulate your 3D models or 2D drawings. The graphics area is surrounded by various panels and toolbars that provide additional information and options, such as:


  • FeatureManager design tree: This panel is located on the left side of the graphics area and shows the hierarchical structure of your document. It lists the features, sketches, components, mates, dimensions, annotations, and other elements that make up your model or drawing. You can use the FeatureManager design tree to select, edit, hide, show, suppress, unsuppress, reorder, rename, or delete any element.



  • PropertyManager: This panel is located on the left side of the graphics area below the FeatureManager design tree and shows the properties and options of the selected element or command. You can use the PropertyManager to modify the parameters, values, settings, and conditions of your element or command.



  • Task pane: This panel is located on the right side of the graphics area and contains various tabs that provide access to various resources and tools, such as SolidWorks Resources, Design Library, File Explorer, View Palette, Appearances, Scenes and Decals, Custom Properties, and SolidWorks Forum.



  • Heads-up view toolbar: This toolbar is located at the top of the graphics area and contains various buttons that control the display and orientation of your model or drawing in the graphics area. You can use the heads-up view toolbar to zoom in or out, pan, rotate, fit to screen, change views, display modes, shadows, perspective, and more.



  • Status bar: This bar is located at the bottom of the SolidWorks window and shows various information and messages related to your document or command. You can use the status bar to view the document name, configuration, units, selection filters, feedback, and prompts.



  • Confirmation corner: This area is located at the top right corner of the graphics area and contains various buttons that confirm or cancel your current command. You can use the confirmation corner to accept, reject, or exit your command.



Now that you are familiar with the SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=- user interface, you can start creating your first 3D model or 2D drawing. Here are the basic steps to follow:


  • Create a new document by clicking File > New or the New button on the menu bar. You can choose from three types of documents: Part, Assembly, or Drawing.



  • Select a template for your document from the list of available templates. You can also create your own custom templates or modify the existing ones.



  • If you are creating a part, you need to start with a sketch. A sketch is a 2D profile that defines the shape and size of your part. To create a sketch, you need to select a plane or a face to sketch on and then click Sketch on the menu bar or the Sketch tab on the command manager. You can use various sketch tools, such as lines, circles, arcs, rectangles, polygons, splines, and more to draw your sketch. You can also add dimensions, relations, and constraints to define your sketch geometry.



  • After you finish your sketch, you need to exit the sketch mode by clicking Exit Sketch on the menu bar or the confirmation corner. You can then use various feature tools, such as extrude, revolve, sweep, loft, cut, fillet, chamfer, hole wizard, and more to create solid features from your sketch. You can also edit, reorder, suppress, or delete any feature from the FeatureManager design tree.



  • If you are creating an assembly, you need to insert components into your assembly document. A component is a part or a subassembly that you can place and position in your assembly. To insert a component, you can click Insert Components on the menu bar or the Assembly tab on the command manager. You can browse and select components from your computer, network, design library, or file explorer. You can also drag and drop components from Windows Explorer into your assembly document.



  • After you insert components into your assembly document, you need to add mates to them. Mates are constraints that define how components are aligned and related to each other in your assembly. To add mates, you can click Mate on the menu bar or the Assembly tab on the command manager. You can use various mate types, such as coincident, parallel, perpendicular, tangent, concentric, distance, angle, and more to define the position and orientation of your components. You can also edit, suppress, or delete any mate from the FeatureManager design tree.



  • If you are creating a drawing, you need to insert views of your part or assembly into your drawing document. A view is a 2D representation of your 3D model that shows its shape, size, and dimensions. To insert a view, you can click View Layout on the menu bar or the Drawing tab on the command manager. You can choose from various view types, such as standard, projected, auxiliary, section, detail, isometric, and more to show different aspects of your model. You can also drag and drop views from the View Palette on the task pane.



  • After you insert views into your drawing document, you need to add annotations to them. Annotations are text and symbols that provide additional information and specifications for your model, such as dimensions, notes, leaders, balloons, tables, and more. To add annotations, you can click Annotations on the menu bar or the Annotation tab on the command manager. You can use various annotation tools, such as Smart Dimension, Note, Balloon, Bill of Materials, Revision Table, and more to document your model. You can also edit, hide, show, or delete any annotation from the graphics area or the FeatureManager design tree.



These are the basic steps to create a 3D model or a 2D drawing with SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=-. Of course, there are many more tools and options that you can explore and use to enhance your design and engineering projects. You can also save, print, export, or share your documents with others using various file formats and methods.


Tips and Tricks




SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=- is a powerful and versatile software that can help you create amazing products of any complexity and purpose. However, to get the most out of it, you need to know some tips and tricks that can optimize your performance, productivity, and creativity with SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=-. Here are some of them:


  • Use keyboard shortcuts: Keyboard shortcuts are combinations of keys that perform certain commands or functions in SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=-. They can save you time and clicks by allowing you to access various tools and options quickly and easily. You can view the list of keyboard shortcuts by clicking Help > Keyboard Shortcuts or pressing F1 on your keyboard. You can also customize your own keyboard shortcuts by clicking Tools > Customize > Keyboard.



  • Use mouse gestures: Mouse gestures are movements of the mouse that perform certain commands or functions in SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=-. They can save you time and clicks by allowing you to access various tools and options without moving your mouse away from the graphics area. You can activate mouse gestures by holding down the right mouse button and moving the mouse in a certain direction. You can view the list of mouse gestures by clicking Tools > Customize > Mouse Gestures. You can also customize your own mouse gestures by selecting different commands for different directions.



  • Use selection filters: Selection filters are tools that allow you to select only certain types of elements in SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 (x64) Incl Serial Activator-=TEAM OS=-. They can help you avoid selecting unwanted elements or make it easier to select hidden or overlapping elements. You can activate selection filters by clicking Select > Selection Filter or pressing F5 on your keyboard. You can also access selection filters from the status bar or the heads-up view toolbar.



  • Use Instant3D: Instant3D is a feature that allows you to modify your model directly in the graphics area without using sketching or feature tools. You can drag handles or dimensions to change the size, shape, position, or orientation of your model. You can also double-click a dimension or a feature to edit its value or properties. You can activate Instant3D by clicking Features > Instant3D or pressing R on your keyboard.



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