Use Project Planner to plan, execute, and monitor project status in real time. Create a new project plan using tasks, dependencies, and milestones. Import a legacy project plan. Create a master project plan from existing projects. Examine a dashboard to monitor projects.
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Use the 3D Markup app to review requested design changes, use Collaborative Designer for SOLIDWORKS to access, modify, save and change the maturity of the design files, use the Compare app to view revision differences, use the Change Action app to review and approve the design file changes, and use the Issue Management app to close the issue. Review the requested design changes. Modify SOLIDWORKS design files. Set Change Action to In Approval. Review and Approve the Change Action. Review and Close the Issue.
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Use the 3DSwym app to review product feedback, use the Issue Management app to create and assign a product issue, use the 3D Markup app to communicate required design changes, and use the Change Action app to manage and track the design changes. Review vendor feedback in 3DSwym. Create and assign an Issue. Create a 3D Markup. Create and assign a Change Action.
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Use the xStudio app to create an image assigned in an adhoc task, use the Collaborative Tasks app to review, complete and start assigned tasks, and use the Bookmark Editor app to release SOLIDWORKS design files. Review adhoc task and create required image in xStudio. Complete project design review task and start release design task. Use bookmarks to organize and release SOLIDWORKS design files. Complete project release design task.
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Use Collaborative Designer for SOLIDWORKS to connect SOLIDWORKS to the 3DEXPERIENCE platform, and use the Collaborative Tasks app to review and complete assigned tasks. Review and complete assigned project tasks. Connect SOLIDWORKS to the 3DEXPERIENCE platform. Create new designs and save them to the 3DEXPERIENCE platform.
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Understanding the import process into SOLIDWORKS Visualize is essential to working efficiently, and can be controlled by both the import settings and the organization of the original CAD file. Learn the two most common import settings to setup the Visualize project for different workflows; one to make the model quick and easy to work with and the other to allow for live updates and more flexibility with the model grouping. Learn how to best prepare your CAD file for the desired Visualize experience. Understand how to efficiently import models into Visualize by selecting the appropriate Import Settings. Utilize CAD Live-Update for a seamless design process.
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Easily manage all the environments, lights and backplates from the Scenes Tab to light your project like a virtual photo studio. Learn how to add and adjust HDRs and position your model perfectly into a backplate. Light your CAD data simply with just a single HDR. Add and switch between multiple HDRs to find your desired lighting effect. Adjust commonly used settings for each HDR. Use a backplate to place your model into any scene.
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Learn how to quickly create, adjust and add new Appearances, either from scratch or from the Visualize Cloud Library. Modify existing Appearances quickly and easily. Create and apply new Appearances. Explore the Visualize Cloud Library and add professional-grade assets to your projects. Learn the Shift-click shortcut to speed up application of Appearances.
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Exploded views can be created in SOLIDWORKS Composer and are incredibly helpful when trying to show all the components used in an assembly, or for showing how to assemble, disassemble, or repair the assembly. Exploded views can also be used for other purposes such as showing off a design by a marketing team. In this lesson, an exploded view and detailing the individual components will be shown by adding labels to each part in the assembly.
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Adding decals to a part is a good way to add logos and touchscreens to your Visualize scenes without having to incorporate them into the actual model design. They function just like digital stickers, and can be easily added to a part, moved around, and changed with appearances. Easily drag and drop to add decals to your project. Understand how to manipulate decals and the available settings. Apply appearances to decals that already exist in your scene.
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Discover how to create groups, split parts, use the Preview Options, and, for SOLIDWORKS Visualize Professional users, add “Baked Lighting” to a project. Located in the Models Tab, the Scene Tree is the keeper of your 3D data and can help organize your project. Explore all the options and features available in the Models Tab. Learn how to organize your model into parts and groups to make complex animations much easier. Use the handy Part Splitter tool for extracting parts directly within Visualize to apply separate appearances. Understand the benefits of Baked Lighting for realtime presentations.
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Animations provide an extra visual representation of how an assembly can be put together, taken apart, and shows the order in which parts are added. Animations compliment exploded views incredibly well and help manufacturers and assemblers understand exactly how the components come together. Animations also serve as a great marketing tool, as they can show off the complexities of the design as well as how refined the final product is. In this lesson, an Animation will be created in SOLIDWORKS Composer by exploding additional components in this assembly.
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Being able to incorporate SOLIDWORKS Composer files into a Word document or a PDF gives more flexibility to share information with manufacturers and assemblers. Even if a user doesn’t have SOLIDWORKS Composer downloaded on their machine, incorporating an SMG file into a Word document or a PDF can be a way to communicate efficiently using Composer files. In this lesson, you will see how to link SOLIDWORKS Composer file into a Word Document and a PDF as well as show how different configurations can be loaded in the same document.
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