One of the best parts of creating lots of models is that they can be added into the same design. Learn how to add shapes in SOLIDWORKS Apps for Kids. Check out our blogs throughout the summer for more SOLIDWORKS Apps for Kids How-To videos. To create your own Apps for Kids account, register now at www.swappsforkids.com.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
5 days ago
In SOLIDWORKS Apps for Kids, you can use the Shape It app to create 3D projects. Adding and removing material is the simplest way to shape bodies and bring your ideas to life. Check out our blogs throughout the summer for more SOLIDWORKS Apps for Kids How-To videos. To create your own Apps for Kids account, register now at www.swappsforkids.com.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
8 days ago
What have you done this summer? Went swimming in the pool? Played soccer with your friends? Built the world’s biggest sandcastle?
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
12 days ago
SOLIDWORKS Apps for Kids allows users to make projects public for all to see. You might run across a public project that’s so cool, you’ll want to personalize it yourself. In SOLIDWORKS Apps for Kids, we call that “riffing.” Learn how to riff a project in our new how-to video.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
19 days ago
Now we’ve learned how to find, open, and create a project in SOLIDWORKS Apps for Kids. But what happens we no longer need one of our creations? Today we’re learning how to delete a project. Check out our blogs throughout the summer for more SOLIDWORKS Apps for Kids How-To videos.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
26 days ago
SOLIDWORKS Apps for Kids introduces children from ages 4 to 14 to the excitement of imagining and designing their own creations. A collection of apps breaks down the design process into bite-sized tools to create, style, design, and engineer a concept and then present and share it with others. Our blog will share fun quick projects children can create and print on their own 2D printer at home or if they have access to a 3D printer. But how do you start creating?
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
1 month ago
I recently took a trip to visit some of the schools I work in Montana to discuss their STEM Program. One of the schools I visited called Billings Career Center, a Career, and Technical education-focused school, had an exciting project they worked on with NASA using our STEM in a BOX program. The teacher and his students designed parts in SOLIDWORKS, then 3D printed prototypes, and machined the final versions. They then sent the finished versions to NASA.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
1 month ago
FIRST Championships FIRST Championships – Detroit April 2018, 405 teams descended on Detroit, MI, and 405 on Houston, TX. Inside two of the largest convention centers in the country, high school students from around the world competed in one of the most exciting STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) events high school students can participate in: the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC). Out of the 3,660 teams from 27 countries who competed in this year’s FRC, 810 teams,were invited to
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
2 months ago
Empowering Students to Help Build Successful Careers With SOLIDWORKS® Education Edition 2018-2019, students will learn the design and engineering skills they need to jumpstart their careers. The next generation of engineers and designers must be equipped to solve problems skillfully and efficiently. The SOLIDWORKS Education Edition 2018-2019 provides students and educators professional software, local support and a connection to a massive user community to help students take their next career
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
3 months ago
FRC Team 3506, Team YETI FRC Team 3506, Team YETI True story: here at SOLIDWORKS, we’re crazy about FIRST Robotics. What kind of engineering nerds wouldn’t be? Created by Dean Kamen, FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics aims to inspire students to become leaders in science and engineering, to teach them important, life affirming skills, such as team work and team building, and become masters of gracious professionalism. It’s a fantastic program, one we at
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
4 months ago
SOLIDWORKS Apps for Kids is a series of creative, cloud-based apps designed for kids. At SOLIDWORKS World try out fun apps that bring together Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) in these connected software applications. If you have kids, teach kids or are a kid at heart, explore SOLIDWORKS Apps for Kids, Shape It, Style It, Mech It, Capture It and Print It at SOLIDWORKS World. SOLIDWORKS Apps for Kids Hands-on Session is Tuesday 10:30AM – 12PM Room 404A SOLIDWORKS Apps Breakout
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
6 months ago
Only one week till SOLIDWORKS World 2018 – the excitement is building! If you’re a SOLIDWORKS user this is the place to be, elbow to elbow with thousands of designers, engineers, educators, students, researchers and visionaries! Three days of learning, celebrating, and experiencing the evolution of 3D design – up close and in real-time. SWW15 - Student Day Traditionally day three of SOLIDWORKS World is Student Day.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
6 months ago
SOLIDWORKS Dana Hall Career Day 8th Graders from Dana Hall When most of us were kids, Career Day meant impatiently jiggling our legs under our desks, while Tommy Y.’s dad droned on about selling insurance, only to be followed by Laura V.’s mom trying to get us amped up on accounting. On January 12, the 8th grade class at Dana Hall had an entirely different experience. They had, you might say, a 3DEXPERIENCE. Organized and led by User Experience Design Senior Manager Chinloo Lama, the group of
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
6 months ago
SOLIDWORKS World 2018 February 4-8, Los Angeles, CA brings educators and researchers to share student success stories at all levels of instructions. We are fortunate this year to have Paul Clinton and Ben Nubel from Engineering Technology teachers from Cherokee Trail High School. Their breakout session, “Design and Fabrication Projects using SOLIDWORKS” will show student examples from engineering to art as they prepare graduates for higher education and job-ready skills for our SOLIDWORKS
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
6 months ago
The most wonderful time of year Back to School!!
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
11 months ago
SOLIDWORKS® Education Edition 2017-2018 is here and packed with power and performance. Our mission is to provide students with the tools and skills they need to get the job of their dreams. With the SOLIDWORKS Education Edition, educators and students have access to the same 3D development tools used by millions of engineering and design professionals around the world, so they can focus on what’s really important—fostering new ideas, solving problems, teamwork, and innovation. Check out our
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
1 year ago
It’s calm Sunday morning before #SWW17. But in a few hours, 1000’s of SOLIDWORKS customers, value added resellers and partners will be here. So too will come the researchers, educators, and students. If you are new to SOLIDWORKS WORLD, there is an education track just for you.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
1 year ago
“I love to be able to take a person’s dream and write it down in pictures for them to see. With SOLIDWORKS they can see all aspects of their design and have a video to show how to use it. I have learned so much about the versatility and the expansive ability in creating all sorts of models in SOLIDWORKS. It truly is an amazing program.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
1 year ago
FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) 2017 is here! Shared by SOLIDWORKS mentor, Earl Hasz January 7, 2017 marked the kickoff of the exciting design and build competition season. SOLIDWORKS is a FRC Crown Sponsor. To all teams that apply for sponsorship at www.solidworks.com/FIRST, SOLIDWORKS will provide the SOLIDWORKS Robotics Suite of software tools.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
1 year ago
“Simple things seem to derive the most pleasure from everyone” – Corporal Willy Corporal Willy with a Epilog 120 Watt Laser The very first time we tried doing a 3D carving, we took just two pieces of scrap wood and glued them together. I looked for two pieces that were not cracked or had any knots or other irregular surface features to them. However, as the machine finished the carving, a knot showed up right at the end of the Wolf’s nose. Rob made this one on a laser machine for a friend’s
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
1 year ago
Fettuccine Pasta Bridge Richard first came up with the idea of constructing a bridge using fettuccine pasta, while pushing a shopping cart alongside his wife, Carmy, at a supermarket. As Carla stopped in the aisle stacked with a variety of pastas, Richard carefully observed the different types of pastas, appreciating the uniformity inside of the packaging. He recalls thinking, “To try and make something like that would be very difficult to say the least. I could not wait to get SOLIDWORKS up and
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
1 year ago