Recent Blog Posts

SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D Overview
Wednesday July 23, 2014 at 4:34pm

Learn how to easily integrate your Electrical schematic design from SOLIDWORKS Electrical into the SOLIDWORKS 3D environment. Bi-directional capabilities allow mechanical and electrical designers to work concurrently and seamlessly on the same design to help reduce errors whilst speeding up the design process.

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SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematics Overview
Wednesday July 23, 2014 at 12:23pm

Join us for a brief 20 minute overview and discover how to quickly create single-line and multi-line Electrical Schematic drawings by reusing common data and by accessing more than 500,000 manufactures parts from the integrated database. SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematics is the easy to use 2D electrical schematics solution from SOLIDWORKS.

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Getting the correct Orientation in SOLIDWORKS
Wednesday July 23, 2014 at 9:54am

Getting the correct orientation of a model can sometimes be difficult, whether you need a specific view in a drawing or just within the part there are a number of tools to help.

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Leak Tracking in SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation
Tuesday July 22, 2014 at 2:59pm

Internal Flow projects need an enclosed cavity to run. If there is a gap, no matter how small, SOLIDWORKS cannot calculate the fluid volume. So how do you find the gap if it is very small and the geometry is complex? Here's how ...

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Tracing patterns onto 3D Surfaces
Wednesday July 16, 2014 at 4:08pm

Looking at how we can transpose a pre-defined 2D pattern onto a 3D face or surface.

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Partner Spotlight - LogoPress
Wednesday July 16, 2014 at 3:59pm

This month the partner spotlight turns its attention on LogoPress. LogoPress is a fully integrated Gold Partner add-in to SOLIDWORKS with capabilities to flatten complex shapes, develop strip layouts. It also has a powerful 3D die design toolset which includes access to standard component libraries and advanced dynamic interference, detection and animation features.

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Hole in the Ball!!
Tuesday July 15, 2014 at 10:28am

Well the World Cup is over, so as we are probably all trying to fill the 6 week gap until the start of the new domestic season- here's a blog with football at heart. In this post we look at finding where we have openings in surface models- and the reason why they may not convert to solids. With a football, it won't be much use with a hole in it, so here's a little tip I came across reviewing some of the old SOLIDWORKS World Presentations- it is also one we refer to on the Surface Modelling train....

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Creating Cut-Away Drawing Views
Monday July 14, 2014 at 12:08pm

There are several ways to create cut-away views of assembly’s for use on a drawing in SOLIDWORKS. One method of doing this is to create a cut feature at an assembly level, also known as an ‘Assembly Cut’.

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Beyond Training - Mould Tools
Thursday July 10, 2014 at 3:23pm

SOLIDWORKS Mould Tool functionality gets the attention in this months ‘Beyond Training’ webcast. Learn a selection of Tips and Tricks that complement the certified SOLIDWORKS Mould Tools training course.

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SOLIDWORKS Inspection Overview
Thursday July 10, 2014 at 10:10am

Discover how SOLIDWORKS Inspection could help you streamline the creation of First Article Inspection documents. Learn how to leverage your existing 2D legacy data regardless of whether your drawings are SOLIDWORKS, PDF’s or TIFF files.

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