In many of our PDM implementations, we get asked if there are ways to share Data Cards across different types of files that share the same file extension and the same folder structures. In the following video, we'll demonstrate how to set up your Tab Controls to make this happen.
Dana M. Rice, TPM AEC Apllication Engineer
Welcome to TPM’s Four-Minute Friday where we discuss tips and techniques for your everyday tasks. I would like to continue on a topic that I started with my last TPM Four-Minute Friday that was entitled Selection Cycling. That Four-Minute Friday focused on one of the tools available down in the lower right hand menu bar on the interface. This menu bar contains a lot of toggles and tools that are useful as you draft and design in your 3D model.
Today we're going to be discussing how to manage Revit grids and levels in a multi-discipline environment! Now, I'm looking at a floor plan in Revit, and the problem is going to manifest itself in grid lines, as well as if we create any kind of elevation or sectional view, so I'm going to start off by making a section view.
Today we're going to talk about a feature available in the recently released SOLIDWORKS CAM package—Tolerance Based Machining. This new feature was designed to help you integrate design and manufacturing processes under one system.
In this week’s Three Minute Thursday video, we're showcasing 5 ways to reduce clutter, save time, and get more accomplished with less setup in SolidWorks. Our tips-and-tricks cover creating planes, lofts, sweeps, threads, and mirroring.
In this week's Three Minute Thursday you will see how the "Mech It" functionality can be used to give your concepts motion!
TPM has a new partnership with Autodesk Netfabb additive manufacturing and design software. Effective immediately, TPM will begin providing these innovative software tools and associated services to streamline additive manufacturing workflows and quickly get from 3D models to successfully 3D printed parts. TPM is the first Autodesk partner in North America to help launch this new product line up. Autodesk’s Netfabb software suite consists of the following solutions:
Share our passion with your children, and get them started on the concept of designing. From visualization to ideation to creation, these cool tools from SOLIDWORKS are time well spent for your children on the computer.
Two Important Changes to Multi-user Subscriptions