SOLIDWORKS 2018: the Tools to Unlock Your Design Potential

Making product development more accessible has been our mission from day one. Access to the right tools at the right time is critical to bringing your ideas to market faster, more efficiently, and at a lower cost. More importantly, it’s paramount that SOLIDWORKS provides these design tools on your terms. You, our customers, are more […]

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SOLIDWORKS Composer Quick Start Guide #5: Bill of Materials

Hello and welcome to the fifth post in a new SOLIDWORKS Composer tutorial series called the SOLIDWORKS Composer Quick Start Guide! This guide is intended to orient new users in SOLIDWORKS Composer and walk them though the basic features of the software. In today’s episode, we’re covering how to create a Bill of Materials (BOM). […]

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SOLIDWORKS Visualize User Spotlight: Matt Russel

The Visualize Featured User spotlight has now launched! Join us here for a Q&A highlighting how one of your peers uses SOLIDWORKS Visualize in their daily workflow. This month’s featured Visualize user is Matt Russel from BendPak’s Marketing Team. You may know him as ‘Chris Cunningham’ on the Visualize Forum threads. What you are seeing […]

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SOLIDWORKS Composer Quick Start Guide #4: Styles

Hello and welcome to another post in a new SOLIDWORKS Composer tutorial series called the SOLIDWORKS Composer Quick Start Guide! This guide is intended to orient new users in SOLIDWORKS Composer and walk them though the basic features of the software. This week’s video focuses on creating and using styles, an easy way to save […]

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SOLIDWORKS Composer Quick Start Guide #3: The Digger

Hello and welcome to the third episode in our new series, the SOLIDWORKS Composer Quick Start Guide. This guide is intended to orient new users in SOLIDWORKS Composer and walk them though the basic features of the software. SOLIDWORKS Composer is a technical communication software that uses your existing CAD models to create intuitive and […]

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Can You Identify the Best Design?

So, which is the best design? The only difference between the three designs are the angled support members at 30°, 45°, and 60° to the vertical uprights. At first glance, this one may seem like a simple question, but when you dig into it deeper from an engineering and design perspective, the answer is not […]

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Learn How to Use Linear and Nonlinear Analysis with new eCourse

The SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium: Dynamics eCourse is now available at MySolidWorks. The SOLIDWORKS Simulation Dynamics eCourse provides an introduction to linear and nonlinear dynamic structural behavior. In a dynamic analysis, loads are applied with time and momentum is considered. This enables you to design parts and assemblies within SOLIDWORKS to withstand shock loads, vibrational loads, impact […]

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SOLIDWORKS Composer Quick Start Guide #2: Using the Translate and Exploded View Tools

Here is the release of the second episode of the SOLIDWORKS Composer Quick Start Guide. This guide is intended to orient new users in SOLIDWORKS Composer and walk them though the basic features of the software. SOLIDWORKS Composer is a technical communication software that uses your existing CAD models to create intuitive and informative deliverables […]

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It Pays to Share: Local Cache Management in SOLIDWORKS PDM

How often have you been there?  You’re traveling for a few days or working from home.  You have a project that is nearly finished.  You hop into your favorite design tool, SOLIDWORKS, and go to create a drawing of your brilliant design when you realize you don’t have your drawing templates.  They’re carefully shared on […]

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SOLIDWORKS Support Monthly News – August 2017

Welcome to this new edition of the SOLIDWORKS Support Monthly News, coauthored by members of the SOLIDWORKS Technical Support teams worldwide. Spotlight on Feature: SOLIDWORKS Composer new Functionality – Mirror animation By Gayatri KESKAR SOLIDWORKS Composer 2017 SP3 comes with a new functionality called Mirror animation. In SOLIDWORKS Composer 2017 SP3, Mirror animation, has been […]

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