slugme When Todd Blacksher first approached me with his idea for the “SOLIDWORKS Largest User Group Meeting Ever”, my immediate response was “No”. I didn’t think the work required to pull something like this off was worth the effort. I was wrong! This Wednesday, December 7th, more than 30 SOLIDWORKS User Groups will participate in a very unique event.
SOLIDWORKS Blog
1 year ago
I haven’t spent much time introducing myself yet, and it’s something that really needs to happen sooner than later. Not to worry though, I will be a personality you’ll get to know more in the coming weeks and months. One of my new responsibilities with this role is keeping an ever watchful eye on the SOLIDWORKS Technical Blog, Facebook page, Twitter feed, Google+ and YouTube channel. This week while I poured over some of the things that popped up, I came across a great question from Katerina
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
4 years ago
Simpleweldmentpart2 Simple Weldment Part 2: A weldment is an object made up of several parts welded together. SolidWorks represents this model as a multibody solid NOT as an assembly. This rectangular tubing element was created as a separate group from the port vert because it was not parallel or touching the port vert element. Also, all four rungs could have been made as one group if they were the same size because parallel segments can be grouped together.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
4 years ago
For the second time this series Channel 4’s “Speed with Guy Martin” focused on a Solid Solutions customer, episode two saw Plymouth based, Sealander Marine International play an integral role in Guy Martin’s quest to break the distant record for riding a motorbike across water. Hydroplaning, the act of riding a non-buoyant craft across water, requires complex physics, thrust and lift in order to keep the bike skimming the water’s surface; thanks to their amphibious vehicle expertise marine
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
4 years ago