What’s included in SOLIDWORKS upgrade?
Hi everybody, it’s Jamie here. One of the product managers for Solid Solutions, welcome to this webinar. All about upgrades. So this is all about what’s included if you have the professional the mid-level package or the top level premium. So obviously, SOLIDWORKS has a huge portfolio of other products that sit either alongside it, or in it. For example looking at data management or looking at manufacturing It’s also got some great tools for electrical design, but actually what we’re gonna concentrate on today is the mechanical design so the kind of core SOLIDWORKS product that we all know and love. So, here I’ve broken it into the different versions you can get. So you’ve got Standard, which is our cheapest basic level package and we’ve got Professional which is in the middle and then we’ve got premium so you can see here what’s included. I just wanted to spend a bit time really just going through each one of these to explain what you’d get if you upgrade from Standard to any of the other packages that being professional, premium. So let’s start out we will work left to right. Let’s have a look. What’s included in Visualize Standard. So this comes in the Professional Package. This is actually a standalone product as well so you can actually have this on a separate machine if you want to but it’s basically a way of creating super high quality, really nice rendered photo realistic images so you can see those examples on the bottom they’re stunning. I’m sure you’ll agree but it’s really simple to use that I’m actually going to have a look at this as well in a bit more detail in the software in a bit but just to show you the kind of things that we can do is really nice because it’s just simple drag and drop and we can literally just tell SolidWorks where we want to render this whether it’s in a studio or an outside environment. But it does create some absolutely stunning images so that’s really one of the main reasons that people go for the mid-level package because you get this included. So this is free of charge. And as I said it’s a standalone package as well. So if you wanted to have this on a separate machine then you can do that too. So that’s SOLIDWORKS Visualize So we get that. We also Photoview 360 now you’ll be familiar with this I guess if your using Professional already but this has been superseded really by Visualize. So Photoview 360, it’s been around for a while now. Again it’s a render engine but it’s not quite as good. I’m sure you’ll agree that the the the ones in the previous slide were a lot better but we can still create some what I call quick and dirty renders which will help you to to realize your products in 3D but obviously with some real realistic textures and things like that. So that comes included as well. Obviously if you’re using Professional you may as well use the Visualize part of the software, but this is what I call for quick and dirty so if you want something really quick then this is often a way to go about it. We’ve also got PDM Standard. Now this is included in the middle level package as well. It’s basically a way of looking after our data. So we use what we call a Vault system that basically allows us to control our data. So things like revision control and things like that. It uses a a user defined workflow so you basically decide how you want it to work and then it’s tailored to that. So for example certain groups of people maybe can contribute other people maybe can only see things that are in a an approved state for example. So it really does help the business to control your SOLIDWORKS documentation. Increases search efficiency as well. So if you’re looking for parts there’s some really nice tools in there that allow us to search through previous projects for certain parts and as it says there it kind of enables a work group environment if you’ve got two or more people working on a product at the same time this is a really good way of managing all of that kind of data. So that’s included as well. We’ve also got the SOLIDWORKS Toolbox. Again we’re gonna have a look at this one and a bit more detail in a second but this is a fully integrated library of parts. So we’ve got all kind of nuts and bolts and widgets and washers that you might like and as you can see by some of the graphics there we’ve got the Global Toolbox. So no matter where the product that we are designing is going into market or maybe manufactured then we’ve got all of the nuts and bolts specific to that type of standard. It’s fully customizable so we can add more specifications to each of those or particular part names or numbers and also we’ve got the ability there to use a beam calculator as well. So we’ve got a big calculator that allows us to calculate the stress and deflections of beams we’ve got bearing calculator that does the same thing. and we’ve also got a standard library of grooves and things like that that we can add the central parts as well. I’m going to go into a bit more detail in that one as well because again this is one of the other main reasons that people would go for the mid-level package because it’s a fully automated way of bringing in those parts into our assembly without having to model them at all and also make them up as well because this actually brings in all the mates with it as well. So really nice tool for that. We then got the design checker. So the design checker basically checks documents to make sure that they are adhering to certain design criteria. So things like dimensioning standards, exact sketches making sure they’re all fully defined. Making sure the most correct materials are being used fonts and things like that. So basically just checking over the document as a checker would do just to make sure that everybody is using the right font for example or in the same size and it’s just the way that it can do it fully automated and we can actually let this sit in the background and check out documents over and give it the kind of first eye over before it actually maybe goes to be checked by human beings. So it’s a really nice automated tool for being able to do that kind of stuff. We’ve then got Task Scheduler. Now this is a really cool tool that basically allows us to do things like batch conversions. So if you wanted to for example take a technical drawing and we wanted to see them into both a DFX and a PDF format instead of doing that manually for each drawing we can create all of our technical drawings and then maybe over a lunch time or overnight we can say to SOLIDWORKS look take all those technical drawings and save them out into the DXF and PDF files for me. We can also run simulation studies so obviously they can take sometime we can actually set it up tee it up to solve overnight perhaps we can also rebuild large assemblies so if we’ve got huge assemblies that are taking some time to rebuild we can actually say to SOLIDWORKS – Look do this just before I get in the morning or maybe after work. What’s nice is that it runs separately from SOLIDWORKS. So again you can have this running on the side and still use SOLIDWORKS if you want to but it’s a really nice way of just saving yourself some time. And again it’s all about kind of stopping those repetitive tasks if you like and we can schedule tasks to be performed as this has done just once. So just a one off or we can do it on a daily, weekly or monthly basis as well but it’s just allowing us to set up tasks for a future time. So again a really nice tool available in the pro package. eDrawings Professional now some of the functionality from Professional 2018 has been just put into standard 2019. But certainly in the Pro version of 19 we can stream augmented reality experiences through the Microsoft hollow lens which is what you see on the left there. So we can use augmented reality within eDrawings. We’ve also got the ability to launch virtual reality experiences in VR headsets such as the HTC Vive which you see on the right hand side there and also able to save eDrawings using the pro functionality into Edrawings web HTML5 as well. So we don’t actually need to necessarily have it as an eDrawings standalone it can actually sit on the web using HTML5. So that’s something to have a look at as well in a bit more detail. That is a really nice way of being able to host that kind of stuff online. So that’s in the pro package of joints which is in the pro package of solidworks. We’ve also got the ability to do some part costing again we’re going to have a look at this in a bit more detail because this is another reason why people go for that mid-level package basically helps us to calculate the rough costs of components so sheet metal parts, machined parts, welded parts, 3D printed parts, plastic molded parts also cast parts as well. So any part that you might use you know a lot of well you might be creating a lot of then we can use this functionality to basically create us a rough cost. What’s nice is that if you change the design as well then that cost breakdown will automatically change real time to give you the new cost involved if you change materials or something like that. So it’s a real kind of I mean it helps designers to make those decisions on what to manufacture it out of but also if you’re a manufacturer yourself is a very quick way of creating quotes instead of kind of finger in the air or going through some kind of manual process but it’s a very very powerful tool at being able to judge what the rough costs of parts might be. So that’s another great tool to be using in the pro package. We’ve also got circuit works as well so that’s allowing basically conversions or collaboration between E-CAD which is electronic CAD. And M-CAD so thats mechanical CAD and in SOLIDWORKS but it just allows the E-CAD and M-CAD guys to work in collaboration to do things like fit function. Also being able to generate 3D geometries from your IDF files so IDF has is like a standard PCB format but we can also support others such as PADS, ASCII, PowerPCB and ProStep. So those are all formats that are supported by circuit works. So again it’s just a way of collaborating really between you CAD and M-CAD designers. So that’s included in Professional as well. We’ve got Tol analyst so this is basically a way of looking at your tolerances over models and working out what the minimum of maximum tolerance stack would be. So obviously this would be pretty difficult if you to do this manually. So this is just an automated tool of being able to calculate things like the min and max route some squared of tolerance stack. So all of these you know fairly complex stuff if you had to do it manually it’s very time consuming but it also lists things like contributing to features and tolerances as well as any tolerances that are causing the issues. You can then go in make some changes and then run this again just to see to see kind of best and worst case scenarios if you like. So it’s all about tollerant stack up. And it’s again a very useful tool sitting in our pro package. We’ve also got the ability in the pro package to look at scan to 3D so this is a utility in SOLIDWORKS that basically opens scanner data. So usually a mesh or point cloud file. So things like x y z or STL files as well we can bring in but this is basically a way of turning it into a surface or as a solid model. So often if you’re just given cloud points it’s actually pretty useless unless you’re gonna turn turn that into a surface. Now there are other packages that we also resell. One is Geomagics for SolidWorks which is a great tool slightly better I guess than this one. If you’re going to do this all the time you’d probably want to invest in something like that but again for four little jobs where you’ve got some scanned data that you want to include in A SOLIDWORKS model this is a perfect utility to be able to do that so that scan to 3D and that’s also in the pro package as well. So those are all included in professional as you’ll agree there’s quite a lot there lots of productivity gains you know lots of big time savers. Then down in Premium we’ve got the really good stuff. So we’ve got things like Routing. So let’s just have a look in there. So this is basically a way of automatically creating like special types of sub assemblies for pipes, electrical cables, tubes, HVAC stuff like that. So you can see by the images there that you know to do this manually you’d be using lots of 3D sketches lots of kind of additional curves. So with this we can literally say look I want to go from this piece of equipment over to that piece of equipment over there and work out kind of automatic routes. We can specify things like standard lengths of things but it’s just a way of automating that function because obviously if you’re doing this all the time they can be very very time consuming so instead of doing it manually we can actually just do it using this Routing functionality and as you can see there we’ve got the ability to use piping, HVAC so rectangular and circular ducting, flexible tubing, cable trays, ribbon cables, electrical conduit, flexible cable so it’s all there you know whatever you need to route we can do that within SOLIDWORKS Premium using the routing utility. There’s some really nice videos online as well on our MySolidSolutions there some really great videos on how you can use this in your designs. So really big time saver. In the Premium package you’ve also got Simulation now you’ll know already that in the Standard package of SOLIDWORKS we’ve got the great tool that allows the designers the power to do the kind of what if I change material? If I change some of the geometry? What does that do to my parts? Because in Standard SOLIDWORKS we can do a stress test on a single component a single body. Whereas in SOLIDWORKS Premium we can actually do that on an entire assembly. So you can see here this graphic just showing you that we’ve got an entire assembly that’s being evaluated there not just a single component now that’s really important if you’re doing anything more than an individual component at the end of the day it’s obviously really sensible to include all of the parts that might be in play when you’re doing a simulation study instead of kind of ignoring certain things allows us to avoid failure. You know we’re not suggesting that you’re not going to do any testing any anymore but hopefully you’ll be testing a product that would be better because you’ve tested it in SOLIDWORKS first and it can define things like factor of safety so It can calculate that. It can also show us high and low areas of stress and we can look at strain and displacement as well as is this thing moving and how much by. So it’s a really great way of kind of saying what if I change the geometries make it stronger in these locations what does that actually do to my factory safety for example you know could I take material out to make this thing lighter and cheaper for example but still allow it to function in the way that we anticipate. So again that’s the main kicker really for SOLIDWORKS Premium the fact they’re able to do simulation studies on entire assemblies. Then we’ve got motion. So motion is a great utility in SOLIDWORKS that allows us to determine how a mechanism is going to work. If we’re designing things that have got some kind of mechanical system in it then we can make sure and evaluate that’s going to work. We can look at clearances interferences throughout the entire range of the motion. So that means if we’ve got something that’s dynamic then you know yes okay does it fail in this closed state or in its open state but actually anywhere in between those states as well we can have a look at how forces affect the mechanism. We can also look at reaction forces and talks and things like that as well accelerations velocities. So we’re able to evaluate that inside of motion instead of doing it the long handed way. But that’s a really great tool for being able to validate that kind of stuff instead of having to make it or work it out longhand. we have then got assembly costing. Now we’ve got costing obviously in Professional as I’ve already pointed out but that’s just for single components as for single parts down in Premium we can do that on the entire assembly. So that means that we’re able to also include the parts of include the cost or if other parts in the assembly but also things like the purchased components as well as if we’ve got nuts and bolts and we do some also from our stalwart tool box perhaps and we’re able to include those costs in there as well and also able to add custom operations as well. So a painting and advising assembly that kind of stuff as well as a really great tool for being able to remove that kind of finger in the air quotation we can get something that’s actually based on hard and fast numbers. So again I’m really great to sitting down there in SOLIDWORKS Premium. We’ve also got sustainability. Again this is possibly underused I like to try and use it wherever possible but it looks at the environmental impact of our designs throughout the lifecycle as well as the product. So not only just from manufacture but also use as well. So a great tool for being able to calculate your carbon footprint basically just to make sure that we can be as green as possible. But we’ve got some really great graphics that pop out at the end or some great results that pop out in the end looking at the kind of the different impacts throughout this process so from the material through to the use of the product through the end of life transportation and also the manufacturer of the part as well. So a really nice way of being able to evaluate our carbon footprint. And then finally we got surface flat and now this is a great tool for being able to develop any kind of organic shapes. Now obviously down in the standard package we can flatten the sheet metal parts but we’ve also got the ability in Premium to flatten more kind of organic and advanced surfaces so a good example is that shoe there. We’re gonna have a look at this one and a bit more detail as well because this is a brilliant too. Just to give you an idea there is a separate product available could exact flat which does a very similar thing to this. So it’s a very expensive software. So we’ve got lots of customers that were looking at that that actually they just upgraded to Premium and now they can develop and flatten their that more organic shapes okay. So let’s have a look at some of these in a bit more detail. So the ones I want to look at are Visualize Standard. So that’s just included in the Professional package along with Toolbox and Part Costing. And then down in Premium we’re going to have a look at that surface flat functionality as well. So switching over to SOLIDWORKS I wanted to go through the tool box to begin with. So this is the SOLIDWORKS toolbox I’m going to use a really simple assembly that I’ve got here you can see I’ve just got some kind of plastic bracket maybe. And I’ve also got this piece of sheet metal underneath and all I want to do is to put them together I’m just going to bolt them together. Importantly what I’m going to do is use a pen fixing now pen is like a self clinch nut or a wreath Bush or whatever you wanna call it. And all I’ve done in my SOLIDWORKS model is this hole here I’ve used hole whole wizard to actually use the pen standard. So we’ve within our whole is we can actually specify that you know I want a M6 pen self clinche nut to go in there for example and that means that I don’t have to pick up the reference from my from my specification book. So let’s begin I’m just gonna open up my design lab it’s in there and at the bottom that’s just penned this open at the bottom we’ve got a toolbox. So this is our SOLIDWORKS Toolbox. So as you can see the first thing to realize is that obviously we’ve got all of these lovely flags. So this is basically asking you where are you or where’s the product gonna be manufactured I guess more specifically I’m going to say that we’re in iso I guess for now and I’m going to in fact sorry I need to dip into the metric version of the pen catalogue to begin with. So we’re going to use a nut it’s a locking nut and I’m going to use this Trident self lock in that to begin with and I’m just going to literally just drag it on. You’ll notice that it snaps into the right place. It also understands exactly the size it needs to be because I’ve dropped into a hole wizard hole it’s already got the classification of M6. So I’m just going to say okay to that but what’s really nice is the fact that not only is it. You know it’s model that for me and everything else but it’s also dropping them into the right place as well which is really useful to all of those mates are then sorted out. I don’t have to add additional ones if as if I would if I’d have designed it myself and bought it and I’d have to add lots of additional mates. So on the top let’s just dip into ISO so we’ll have a look at some washers but just to give you an idea sory before I do that just within ISO we’ve got bearings and bolts and screws and pins and washers and power transmission so gears lots of gearing in there and nuts and all kinds of lovely stuff. So in washers im going to dip into plain washes. We’re just gonna choose my washer. You can see that these have all got ISO numbers specified as well so I’m gonna go for this one here. Just gonna drop into place just need to pick my size. So again it’s picked up on the right size it’s M6 and then again I can drop it in. As you’ll notice it’s snapped into the right place which is really useful. And then finally and bolts and screws and a dip into hexagon socket head screws as always quite nice screws one of my favorites and we’ll use this dome headed fixing here. So again we just drop into place it finds the right hole it’s found the right size as well as the M6. And what’s really nice about the toolbox is that this little orange arrow as I pull it out actually pulls it out into the sizes that are available for the M6 dome head. Using ISO standard so we’ve got 16 or 12 I can use or even a 20 I’m gonna go for the 16 and then just gonna accept it and then I’ve got one at my cursor that I can drop into somewhere else but as you can see really quick and simple to add all of our nuts and bolts that we might need to the design and also that’s including the build materials the specification as well we can customize that tool box so these things have got costs associated or maybe it’s part number that specific to ourselves. So a really nice way of being able to use our SOLIDWORKS Toolbox. Okay, let’s have a look at a. So we’ve had a look at tool box. Let’s have a look at part costing so let’s just close that model down so as you can see we’ve got a fairly straightforward sheet metal component that you can see. See the nice thing about sheet metal is the fact that we can develop that we can flatten that but let’s open up our costing tool. The thing we need to do is to basic choose the right template. Now the template is something that you would tweak yourselves to include things like material costs. Also maybe your own costs that you might know for you know how much is it cost for a fold or how much does your laser cost per you know 10 mill or whatever. So this is something you can basically define yourself as fully editable just for the purpose of this I’m just using the standard one that comes with solidworks. So forgive me it is in U.S. dollars and I’m sure the material cost isn’t quite right but you’ll get the idea. So all it’s doing is it’s looking at the geometry. So it’s picked up on the fact that for example we’re looking at three millimeter thick steel but we can go through and change this. We can also ask it whether our blank size is being done on material weight or more appropriate I guess it would be sheet size so we can specify the sheet that this is coming out of. We also then come down here and tell SOLIDWORKS how many that we’re making. So I’m gonna say we’re making a total number of 100 in a lot size of 100. We can also add a markup as well or discount down there. So again I can market up by 30 percent or whatever. So then all we do is we click on begin cost estimation it then tells me that that part if I’m making one hundred of them is going to be about $11.88 and that’s broken down into these things over here so we’ve got set up. So we’ve got a laser setup and a bend setup. We also got our cut paths so you can see each one of those holes for example in the very outside edge is a cut path. We’ve also got the ability to then calculate the bends as well. So we’re just saying that each bend is costing a dollar pretty much. And also we can kind of add additional cost to that such as powder coat or anodized or anything else like that as well. So it’s a really nice way of being able to say okay well it is 11 dollars 88 but what if I make this out of instead of playing carbon steel let’s use galvanized steel instead you find that it updates there to sixteen dollars twenty three. So again it’s a really nice tool for being able to do that kind of stuff. Well I’m then going to do is just to create a very quick report and this uses word much in the same way that if you’re using simulation tools for example when you create a simulation report it uses word to actually generate all of the stuff that needs to go into it. You can say it’s just taken a couple of screen grabs for me I guess this is exactly what I would do if I was creating a document like this myself it’s using word to do that and then stamped down on it must be the paper for me. So you can see that this is actually a three page report just coming at the cost of this and this is fully customizable as well so that every time I create one it might have your company logo on or my name and contact details on there. So again it’s all fully customizable. It’s a great way to document your quotation as well not just saying to somebody how much it costs. So the only caveat there is that you need wood on your machine to do that. So that’s a great way of being able to cost your parts so let’s then have a look at what we can do with surface flatten so that’s in premium. So let’s switch over to another model. So this is a Nike air Jordan has been modeled by somebody with some skill as you can see I’ve just downloaded this from GrabCAD actually just to use this as an example. But obviously there’s some flat patterns that would be really useful within this thing up on our surfaces tab. We’ve got the icon here for surface flat, really straightforward. You pick the surface that you want to flatten you then pick an edge to flatten it from SOLIDWORKS goes ahead and actually creates that flat pattern for us. If I just accept off the command you can see and again I might just change the color of this as well just to draw your attention to it. That flat pattern there has been being developed from this really organic surface here. So again to try and work it out manually would be very difficult indeed. And as I said this hugely expensive software that does the same for this. But we need to do is just to upgrade to Premium so that’s that’s how to use a surface flatten. And then finally we’re going to have a look at SOLIDWORKS Visualize. So SOLIDWORKS Visualize Standard. So there is a Professional version of Visualize as well that allows us to create fully rendered movies but we’re just going to look at the one that’s included in the Professional package and hopefully you’ll agree it’s hugely powerful. So let’s just switch back over to our model and I just want to use this one here. So what we do on our well on our our salute is Visualized taps if you’ve got it as an adding and turned on you’ve just got this tab here and I’m just going to do a very quick export. So there’s two ways that we can get our data into Visualize we can either import it or we can export it straight from SOLIDWORKS which is what I’m doing here. Again another nice thing about SOLIDWORKS Visualize is that it actually allows us to open up lots of different types of file formats that we can’t do in SOLIDWORKS. For example if using props, like people or plants or anything else like that then often if you go online they would be found on things like Turbosquid or you know 3D Content Central or Grab CAD but they’re often going to be in things like 3DS format or OBJ formats which we can’t generally open up in SOLIDWORKS. It’s a really nice tool for being able to bring in those kind of assets to make it look ultimately a lot more realistic. So this is how it looks in SOLIDWORKS Visualize. So let’s just make a few little changes to this. I guess the first thing is only three things that we really need to do we need to concentrate on the appearances which actually by default brings in the ones that are specified in SOLIDWORKS so you can see it’s already set up as it looked in SOLIDWORKS. We also need to specify the lighting so you know where am I. Am I in a studio. Am I outside and then we need to specify what’s going on with the camera. So very quickly I’m just going to change the appearances to be a slightly different color for example. Maybe this thing here. So the moment that’s down is this leather kind of material I can actually come in here and I can maybe change the color of it. So really simple again it’s just drag and drop if you need to. I’m just picking the ones that are really that kind of thing. But if you wanted to use drag and drop also there’s maybe just add nice thing about this as well as we can really get in there and start adding lots of texture to it as well. So would this white plastic. I’m just going to add what we call a bump map. She’s gonna give it this kind of texture. So let’s just let’s just make it a little bit smaller that texture. And also I can change the color of that just for that inlay to be maybe it’s slightly dark gray maybe deep perhaps I’m a frustrated shoe designer. So you can see how easy it is just to tweak materials and things like that the next thing I want to do really is to concentrate on the environment. So at the moment I’m kind of in a studio environment. And then this scene has come from solidworks. So if I just dip into my environments I can take it into a warehouse for example again. Now that’s being lit by my warehouse. If I just turn off my back plate just do that. But you can see that I am actually in a kind of 360 degree warehouse there now to light this properly. I’m actually just gonna drop it onto an into an outside environment so perhaps I could take into a California desert. You can see the lighting conditions are changing. Now we’ve got these really nice shadows going on or I could take it into a dirt road that’s nice and bright. So we’ll use that as a as a as a lighting condition. So that’s how it’s being lit by this kind of outdoor environment again that’s a 360 degree photograph but I show that when the photograph in the background is just want a plain appearance. So let’s just take my scene and I’m going to add a backlight to this. So I would just drag the snow cloud across so make it visible and then what we can do is to take our lighting conditions so our kind of environment that we’re using and then I can kind of rotate it around. Now the nice thing about this is I’ve said changes our shadow direction can you see that as we’re changing our moving our scene around is actually giving us shadows and different orientation and so that’s where my shadow To be so the sun’s kind of coming from this side. And then once we’ve done that I can start working on my cameras. I’m just going to copy and paste that particular camera so this cap basically captures the camera orientation. So maybe that’s a really nice shot for me. Maybe I’d like another one that’s kind of like that maybe I just skew the perspective a bit so I’m going to copy and paste that on. Perhaps you want a nice side on shot. This is a copy and paste that one and perhaps in those rare shot that might be quite nice as well. Now once we’ve got those cameras we can actually do some funky stuff with them as well as I’m going to go back to this one where it’s at the front because you want to show you some of the really cool tools that we’ve got that allow us to set a depth of field to it. Now obviously if I was going to shoot this with a naked SLR then some of it is going to be in focus and some of it isn’t. So I got to do is to my camera’s tab under the General tab. We’ve got the ability to turn on depth of field. I’m going to pick Michael Jordan as my area of focus and just to exaggerate this I’m just going to blow it a bit more than I normally would. But just to emphasize what’s going on here. So basically you can see Michael Jordan’s in focus and then the rest of what’s in the foreground and also if there is stuff in the background that would be blurred as well. What’s he going to copy and paste that changing and to pick the front of the shoot this time and then bring out the back of it. Maybe not quite as much but you can see now that we’ve got two images so you’ve got this one here which is where we’ve got the shoe in perfect focus. The front of the shoe in perfect focus and you can see Michael Jordan’s blurred out. And also if I go then back to the other one you can see that Michael Jordan is in focus and the rest of the shoes blurred out. So again really quick and really straightforward to be able to make some really nice images and that’s of what visualize. So again that’s one of the main reasons that people upgrade to either professional premium because we get that is one of my favorite tools. The images that you can create that are simply stunning. So worth an upgrade if not just for that. OK. So that brings our webinar to an end. Thank you very much for joining us today. That’s what you can expect if you upgrade from Standard. Thanks again for your time. Bye bye.