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We know more about space than we do the depths of our oceans. Deep sea diving can bring us the most fabulous footage and imagery of our submerged landscapes, but obtaining those images isn’t without its challenges. It’s taken for granted that diving can be a hazardous occupation given the pressure, lack of oxygen and alien environments. When you’re taking photos too, you need some incredibly reliable equipment, like the Paralenz – the first action camera for divers.
SOLIDWORKS Blog
14 days ago
Hi SOLIDWORKS users! Welcome back to our 4-part Wonder Woman tutorial series where we are honoring all you female warriors out there by modeling Diana’s Tiara and Indestructible Bracelets. In part 2 of this series, we’ll finish up modeling Diana’s tiara using some more advanced modeling techniques, including creating 3D Guide Curves.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
17 days ago
Canvas Technology eliminates waste in the transport of products through factories, warehouses and beyond. Canvas Technology’s team uses their knowledge of robotics, lean manufacturing and marketing to reduce time for end to end delivery of goods. This highly qualified team is bringing warehouses and factories into the future.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
19 days ago
Hey SOLIDWORKS users, Happy 4th of July! To celebrate the holiday, we are taking an off-the-shelf model rocket and making it our own with the help of SOLIDWORKS, 3D printing, and a little elbow grease. So let’s get started with our 3 part series.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
20 days ago
Hey SOLIDWORKS users, Happy 4th of July! So to celebrate the holiday, we are taking an off-the-shelf model rocket and making it our own with the help of SOLIDWORKS, 3D printing, and a little elbow grease. So let’s get started with our 3 part series.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
24 days ago
Fork Design The second installment of our series on how to design and build your own Drift Trike, we focus on the Forks. The forks of the trike are used for both supporting the main wheel and being the link to steering the wheel.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
27 days ago
It’s safe to say that Quidditch is Harry Potter’s favorite wizarding pastime. As Hagrid would say, a wizard’s passion for Quidditch is the equivalent to a muggle’s passion for football. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the first publication in the series, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. To celebrate, we are showing SOLIDWORKS users how to model the Golden Snitch – the little ball that Harry loves to hate.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
28 days ago
Hey SOLIDWORKS users, Happy 4th of July! So to celebrate the holiday, we are taking an off-the-shelf model rocket and making it our own with the help of SOLIDWORKS, 3D printing, and a little elbow grease. So let’s get started with our 3 part series.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
1 month ago
“I know that part’s here somewhere I think I saved it in the XXX project folder
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
1 month ago
Stridewalkers, Boneshakers, Penny Farthings. The bicycle has been privy to some curious iterations. Fetch your helmet, here’s a whistle-stop tour of the bike’s 220-year history.
SOLIDWORKS Blog
1 month ago
Check for sharp edges, sliver faces, discontinuous geometry and more. This affords you the opportunity to fix these issues before finalizing a design. Check a model for insignificant geometry, sliver faces, sharp edges, and discontinuous geometry. Specify search criteria.
Lesson
1 month ago
Search for, manage and view exisiting reports created by SolidWorks Utilities. Export reports to a briefcase or delete reports. Search for, manage, and view SolidWorks Utilities reports. Export and delete reports.
Lesson
1 month ago
It’s safe to say that Quidditch is Harry Potter’s favorite wizarding pastime. As Hagrid would say, a wizard’s passion for Quidditch is the equivalent to a muggle’s passion for football. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the first publication in the series, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. To celebrate, we are showing SOLIDWORKS users how to model the Golden Snitch – the little ball that Harry loves to hate.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
1 month ago
Create a pipe coupling using the Routing Component Wizard. Create a fitting with the Routing Component Wizard. Select and create C-points and R-points. Use design tables to configure fittings. Save created fittings to the Design Library.
Lesson
1 month ago
Hollow out solid bodies using the Shell feature. Apply different wall thicknesses to selected faces. Select multiple faces to be removed in the shelling operation. Understand how the shelling operation affects filleted and rounded edges.
Lesson
1 month ago
Add draft to cast and molded parts. Understand the various types of draft features you can create. Perform Draft Analysis to determine which faces need draft added to them.
Lesson
1 month ago
Contour selection options allow individual contours to be selected within a sketch. By making use of contour selection techniques, a single sketch can be used to produce multiple features. Use the Contour Select Tool to pre-select contours for a feature. Use the Selected Contours options for a feature to define areas of a sketch to use. Use a single sketch to generate multiple features. Understand the icons displayed when using selected contours and sharing sketches.
Lesson
1 month ago
Insert annotations into existing drawing views, including custom notes, geometric tolerances, and blocks. Create annotations and symbols. Create blocks from geometry and notes. Save a block to a file. Insert a block into a drawing.
Lesson
1 month ago
Use drawing view commands that are specific to working with assembly models including broken out section views, alternate position views, and exploded views. Use drawing view properties to represent assembly configurations. Create a broken-out section view to show internal components of the assembly. Create an alternate position view using an existing or a new configuration. Create an exploded assembly drawing view.
Lesson
1 month ago
Create the first part for the assembly portion of the Certified SOLIDWORKS Professional sample exam. Create a part for the assembly using the views and dimensions on a drawing. Obtain the center of mass of the part based on a reference coordinate system.
Lesson
1 month ago
Large Design Review mode offers faster performance and enhanced visual features while limiting access to details of constituent parts and subassemblies. Large Design Review mode is ideal for visual presentations, rough measurements, and section views. Open an assembly in Large Design Review mode. Review the available tools and features in Large Design Review mode. Explore the limitations of Large Design Review mode.
Lesson
1 month ago
Mirror Component creates opposite-hand, but otherwise identical, versions of parts or subassembies. Specify which components are mirrored and which are purely copied (i.e. fasteners, which should not be mirrored). The geometry of a mirrored component changes to create a truly mirrored version, known as an "opposite-hand" version. Mirror components about an assembly plane. Create mirrored versions of parts in an assembly. Create opposite-hand versions of parts.
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1 month ago
The Hole Series feature adds holes to multiple components in an assembly. Unlike a typical assembly feature, the Hole Series adds part-level features to the individual components. Create a Hole Series feature in an assembly. Create a Hole Series feature from an existing hole feature. Understand the difference between the Hole Series feature and a typical assembly feature.
Lesson
1 month ago
Learn to use modeling techniques that allow for efficient transition between part design and delivery of the finished castings. Create a motorcycle gear case by designing the production tooling for the part. Start by designing the core, or the negative space, of the gear case. Design the pattern, or outside faces, of the gear case as a separate solid body. Save the tooling bodies as new part files. Combine the solid bodies, subtracting the core from the pattern. Apply machining features to finish the model.
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1 month ago