Designing parts using the Top-Down assembly modeling technique can be extremely useful. If a component is designed with the “top-down” technique, this means it is born in the assembly environment and it is designed using references to other parts within that assembly. Parts that are designed “top-down” have the advantage of being able to update when related geometry in the assembly updates, much like features update in the part environment when other related features are changed. This can save a
SOLIDWORKS Blog
5 years ago
Gettingreal I was fortunate enough to recently stumble on the online edition of “Getting Real,” a book written by the founders of 37signals (you can click the link above to read it for free online, or check out the updated version titled “Rework”). If you’re not familiar with 37signals as a company, you probably are with at least one of their products. They’re the guys responsible for Ruby on Rails and Basecamp, as well as other well-received Web applications for project management and
SOLIDWORKS Blog
5 years ago