Working with Imported Geometry Webcast Series

Tuesday March 19, 2019 at 4:59pm
Blog Overview
SOLIDWORKS is able to import and edit a large number of different CAD file formats, this webcast series aims to explain what you need to know to make this process as smooth and efficient as possible. The series is focused in particular around importing Solid Model files and will only touch briefly upon importing scan data, mesh files and 2D files. If you are interested in working with scan data and mesh files, why not check out our recent webcast on reverse engineering?
Working with Imported Geometry Webcast Series

1. Repairing Imported Geometry

Repairing Imported Geometry Being able to import and work with 3rd party CAD data can be a hugely important part of a workflow. Import errors are  sometimes unavoidable, watch this webcast to learn why and how to fix them.

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2. Working with Imported Geometry

Learn how different imported file types function within SOLIDWORKS. Imported files will be shown in the part, assembly and drawing environment and the limitations of each will be discussed.

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3. Direct Editing Commands

Learn how to  save time when modeling both native and imported files by using the Direct Editing commands.

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4. Surfacing for Imported Models

This webcast will cover some commands and techniques that are particularly useful when using surfaces to modify imported geometry.

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Have any questions about importing models into SOLIDWORKS? Get in touch on 01926 333777 or email support@solidsolutions.co.uk

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