In this week's Three Minute Thursday you will see how the "Mech It" functionality can be used to give your concepts motion!
Having issues converting STEP and IGES files to SOLIDWORKS sheet metal? Watch this video for tips on how to convert them!
Want to know how to maximize your efficiency through your computer hardware? Selecting a new workstation? Take a look here for a complete walkthrough of options when selecting new gear for SOLIDWORKS 2018!
As a SOLIDWORKS user you will eventually run into imported data that you did not create yourself. Check out these quick tips on how to deal with these file types!
SOLIDWORKS can be used to make many different wood projects for your home. Take a look at this example project and hopefully you will be inspired to use SOLIDWORKS at home as well!
This is the final installment to the Make It Move with SOLIDWORKS series where we cover the last technique for making things move – Motion Simulation. Motion Simulation is the most powerful and detailed method of making your designs move in SOLIDWORKS because you can simulate gravity, friction, and forces while getting useful outputs such as motor torque curves, motion profiles, sensors, and several other unique capabilities.