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Am Donnerstag, dem 1. Juni findet um 13:30 Uhr ein deutschprachiges Webseminar mit dem Titel “SOLIDWORKS im Anlagenbau – P&ID, 3D-Rohrleitungsplanung, Rohrleitungsisometrien vereint” statt. Präsentiert wird der Webcast von Zsolt Engli (SOLIDWORKS) & Maxim Lich (CAD Partner).
SOLIDWORKS DEUTSCH Blog
17 hours ago
Since its infancy, CAD has been a tool for engineers and designers alike. Analogous to going to your tool box and getting something to remove a bolt, you will usually have several options to choose from. Will a ratchet be best for this situation? Maybe a pair of pliers?
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
1 day ago
Would you like to show off some 3D models with annotations to your friends who don’t have SOLIDWORKS installed? Check out several cool 3D PDF samples of a miter saw assembly and a housing assembly published by SOLIDWORKS Model-Based Definition. Your friends can just open them with Adobe Reader, click on “trust this document” to view the 3D content. For more detailed 3D PDF instructions, please watch this video.
SOLIDWORKS Blog
1 day ago
Warning: SOLIDWORKS System Resources Running Low This blog is for those unlucky individuals working in SOLIDWORKS are persistently annoyed by this message.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
2 days ago
Is 2D slowing you down and limiting your ability to create innovative designs? Do you find yourself spending too much time revising designs? Kevin Bouwman, General Manager of Valley Dairy Farm Automation (VDFA), felt the same way and knew that in order to keep up with the growth of VDFA business, he needed a faster and more efficient way to create his designs with less mistakes. Let’s take a look at their story.
SOLIDWORKS Blog
2 days ago
In our latest SOLIDWORKS tutorial series, Cadtek Systems’ Stuart Wortley combines his passion for the outdoors to guide you through creating your very own Drift Trike. This latest gravity sport is rising in popularity both in the US and in the UK. It comprises of a single wheel at the front with two, often Nylon, wheels at the rear to allow “drift”. The 3D modelling techniques in this series cover a wide range of skills useful to any SOLIDWORKS user.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
3 days ago
Tiny children have the biggest ideas. A child’s mind is an astonishing hive of creativity. SOLIDWORKS Apps for Kids harnesses that invention and turns it into reality and was abundantly demonstrated at Maker Faire 2017, little minds find SOLIDWORKS Apps for Kids fun as well as easy to master.
SOLIDWORKS Blog
3 days ago
My name is Rob and as anyone that knows me well will tell you, I have a problem with Raspberry Pis. They are my uncontrollable addiction and I cannot get enough. I currently have six of them with plans for more in the near future; if I see a used one for sale, I have to have it.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
4 days ago
On May 20th and 21st, 1927 Charles Lindbergh, aka “Lucky Lindy”, made history by completing the first solo, nonstop, transatlantic flight; piloting his monoplane, the Spirit of St. Louis, from Long Island, New York to Paris, France. To celebrate the anniversary of Lindy’s achievement we’re showing SOLIDWORKS users how to model a 30” wingspan version of his iconic aircraft. Throughout this series, we’ll fly through lessons on how to work off imported images, and we’ll use a series of extrusions,
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
5 days ago
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 Peter Hildebrandt from Working Image, located in Germany.
SOLIDWORKS Blog
7 days ago
Yesterday I had the pleasure of joining hundreds of additive manufacturing enthusiasts at the Dassault Systemes’ first-ever Additive Manufacturing Symposium in Chicago, which was part of the larger SCIENCE in the Age of Experience event being held May 15-18. The goal of the event was to bring the world’s leading experts and advocates of additive manufacturing (AM) together to share insights regarding the latest innovations, collaboratively address on-going industry challenges, and generate ideas
SOLIDWORKS Blog
9 days ago
Increasingly customers now expect new products to be intelligent, and often connected to the internet through Bluetooth or wireless, from the Nest thermostat in the home to manufacturing facilities. In fact, Gartner predicts that the total number of “things” or connected devices will reach 20.4 billion by 2020. In response, companies are looking to be the first in their respective industries to have their product include intelligence and/or connectivity.
SOLIDWORKS Blog
9 days ago
Am Freitag, dem 19. Mai findet um 13:30 Uhr ein deutschprachiges Webseminar mit dem Titel “Durchgängige Produktentwicklung in Life Sciences und High Tech” statt. Präsentiert wird der Webcast vom SOLIDWORKS Team.
SOLIDWORKS DEUTSCH Blog
10 days ago
How to use the Automatic Border Feature The Automatic Border Feature quickly allows you to create a border in your sheet format. You can control every aspect of the border, including grid size and layout.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
11 days ago
Most product developers and engineers have gained a solid working knowledge of 3D printing over the years. Also known as additive manufacturing, the term covers a range of technologies, such as filament-based fused deposition modeling (FDM) that creates plastic prototypes, laser-curing processes that make parts from photopolymer resins, and powder-bed fusion machines that produce fully dense metal and plastic components. All offer great potential for cost reductions when prototyping.
SOLIDWORKS Blog
11 days ago
On May 20th and 21st, 1927 Charles Lindbergh, aka “Lucky Lindy”, made history by completing the first solo, nonstop, transatlantic flight; piloting his monoplane, the Spirit of St. Louis, from Long Island, New York to Paris, France. To celebrate the anniversary of Lindy’s achievement we’re showing SOLIDWORKS users how to model a 30” wingspan version of his iconic aircraft. Throughout this series, we’ll fly through lessons on how to work off imported images, and we’ll use a series of extrusions,
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
14 days ago
Ratchet-up your SOLIDWORKS skills as our inside experts reveal features you never knew existed. In this month’s webinar, find out how SOLIDWORKS Composer slashes the time you need to spend creating technical documentation, user guides, web content and more. The best way to learn is to do.
SOLIDWORKS Blog
14 days ago
For those who love beer, there’s not much in this world more enjoyable than cracking open a refreshing can of your favorite beverage on a warm day. The simplest joys in life are often the most satisfying. While enjoying beer is easy, the journey that transforms hops, barley and water into the product you purchase at the store can be complex.
SOLIDWORKS Blog
15 days ago
In case you missed it there was a great SOLIDWORKS 22-Minute webinar last month entitled , which focused on how companies can improve their design and engineering efficiency by adopting . Now many of you may say that Product Data Management (PDM) software is too expensive, takes too much time to set up and your engineers and designers won’t use it because it will slow down their productivity. Let me try to convince you otherwise. First of all many of you probably already own SOLIDWORKS PDM
SOLIDWORKS Blog
16 days ago
The internal combustion engine. The toasted sandwich maker.
SOLIDWORKS Blog
17 days ago
On May 20th and 21st, 1927 Charles Lindbergh, aka “Lucky Lindy”, made history by completing the first solo, nonstop, transatlantic flight; piloting his monoplane, the Spirit of St. Louis, from Long Island, New York to Paris, France. To celebrate the anniversary of Lindy’s achievement we’re showing SOLIDWORKS users how to model a 30” wingspan version of his iconic aircraft. Throughout this series, we’ll fly through lessons on how to work off imported images, and we’ll use a series of extrusions,
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
21 days ago
DriveWorks design automation for SOLIDWORKS and online 3D CPQ software are used by companies large and small. Whether you’re an engineer who needs design automation to automate your SOLIDWORKS models, or a company wanting to provide a product configurator and guided selling for your sales teams, distributors and even customers, DriveWorks software is the ultimate choice for SOLIDWORKS. There are three DriveWorks products – DriveWorksXpress, DriveWorks Solo and DriveWorks Pro.
SOLIDWORKS Blog
22 days ago
Most audiophiles say that there is something warmer, richer, and better to the sound a vinyl record reproduces, especially compared to modern digital media. Not having listened to an album since I was young, I figured it was time to see what all the talk was about. I asked my father (long time high-end audio enthusiast) to get out his vintage 1973 JVC VL-5 turntable so we could give it a listen.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
23 days ago
Creating and presenting drawings for parts and assemblies is an important step in any design process. In some cases, it may be made difficult to see specific areas of the model in that drawing view. This typically results from the model geometry getting in the way of seeing certain features based on the view angle. In any case, this problem can be easily solved using the 3D Drawing View mode.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
24 days ago