Author Archives: Brian Zias
SOLIDWORKS Assembly Visualization can be used for a variety of tasks like interrogation and analysis of your top-level design or model performance. It’s a powerful tool to paint a color scale on top of your assembly components based on any... Continued
Brian ZIAS covers his favorite feature in SOLIDWORKS 2019, 3D Texture! Check out how easy it is to create geometry with no modeling required. Brian explores a use case of Knurling and a few other creative ideas.
Also included is a video version of the presentation for embedding via unlisted YouTube.
Welcome to SOLIDWORKS 2018 October is so exciting! The SOLIDWORKS team has added the polishing touches to SOLIDWORKS 2018 and it’s ready for delivery into your hands. With hundreds of enhancements, it can take significant time to understand and incorporate... Continued
In the Fall and Winter of 1901, Orville and Wilbur Wright completed the most comprehensive study of airfoils to-date in their experimental wind tunnel in Dayton, Ohio. They crafted a series of parametric experiments to explore the relationship between wing... Continued
SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation has been enhanced in 2016 to help us generate an optimal mesh even easier and better than before — specifically with new ways to approach local refinement and mesh plotting. My favorite enhancement is definitely the Equidistant... Continued