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Interactive Assembly Documents With SOLIDWORKS Composer

Monday December 9, 2013 at 3:30pm
 
In recent years most browsers have added native support for Scaleable Vector Graphics (SVG) files. As the name implies these scale images up and down without losing quality, however did you know they can also be made interactive using SOLIDWORKS Composer
 
In this case I have chosen to create a series of instructions either for the shop floor or end user where they can click through each step at their own pace. These are supported by most modern browsers * without the need to download additional software/ plugins. You can see an example by clicking the image below;
 
 
You can view the finished result on our Solid Solutions TV Website
 
If you would like more details on how SOLIDWORKS Composer can make you printed or online documentation even better, take a look at our product page.
 
*For Internet explorer 9/10 to support our html template you may need to copy and then extract  this Html template from here to C:\Program Files\SOLIDWORKS Corp **VERSION**\SOLIDWORKS Composer\Html
 
(make a back up of the existing SOLIDWORKSSvg.html first)
 
By Alan Sweetenham
Applications Engineer
 

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