SOLIDWORKS Simulation Step-Up Series: Mixed Meshing

Welcome back to the SOLIDWORKS Simulation Step-Up series! Over the next few weeks, we’ll be discussing all things SOLIDWORKS Simulation. Last week, the North America SOLIDWORKS Simulation experts discussed the basics of meshing on parts and smaller assemblies; today they will dive deeper and focus on mixed meshing on more complicated assemblies.

We’ll hear from the team once a week over the next couple of months – they’ll share their expert perspectives and experience on topics like contact modeling and bolt connectors. Like what you see and want to skip ahead? No problem! Check out the full SOLIDWORKS Simulation Step-up series here. Have another series suggestion? Please let us know in the comments down below and we’ll see about making it happen. As always, thanks for watching!


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