Get a firsthand look at a new feature that is helping our clients move into the world of MBD in this week's Three Minute Thursday.
This is your chance to see what else SOLIDWORKS can do for you.
Every SOLIDWORKS user spends an inordinate amount of time touching, playing with and maybe even arguing with the FeatureManager for parts, assemblies and drawings. It may be one of those areas in SOLIDWORKS that we all take for granted and muddle our way through its use. Today, I’d like to show my top 4 features of the FeatureManager (FM) that I believe everyone should know.
Learn how to add 2D and 3D assets to make your technical communications easier to understand and even more visually stunning.
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!
Not using 3D to route your wires? No problem. Here I show you how to manually input those wire lengths for documentation purposes.
In this week’s Three Minute Thursday, we’re going to learn how to check and validate documents via workflow transitions. Using conditional statements, we’ll show how to make sure fields like Description, Weight, Finish, etc. are not empty before documents are moved through workflow or verify that a Safety Engineer is assigned before sending an EC Request through the Safety checks.
Want to make your frequently used components more powerful? This final part of the series shows how to leverage three incredible capabilities for components you re-use. Mate References, Magnetic Mates, and Smart Components will help you get your job done faster.
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!