eDrawings 2019 enables easy collaboration throughout the supply chain with enhanced file support and install-free design sharing. Enhanced Design Collaboration In a global market companies have to consume and understand 3D design data from multiple design solutions. eDrawings 2019 enables teams to... Continued
Equation Driven Nixie Tube Clock: This model is intended to demonstrate the power of equations and their ability to suppress and unsuppress features based on input from Custom Properties. Simply type in a time, and the clock will respond by... Continued
Tutorial to make a Galaxy themed Bead Maze Toy. Part 1 you will learn how to create the main structure of the bead maze, which involves the use of 3D sketch and the sweep tool.
You will also be shown how to add decals to a model. Part 2 we will create the beads for the maze, and create a final assembly with all the parts. The decals and DXF files are available for download in the description.
SOLIDWORKS 2020 is nearly here and over the next month or so we’ll be diving into the different areas of the software to bring you the details on all the latest enhancements. However, as SOLIDWORKS is such a broad package... Continued
When you’ve worked hard on a design you should absolutely show it off. SOLIDWORKS Visualize makes that so easy anyone can do it. It’s an incredibly powerful tool for creating or enhancing your final presentation – whether you need a... Continued
Do you need to create high quality marketing material to showcase your products, without a physical prototype? If you have an active SOLIDWORKS Subscription and a license of SOLIDWORKS Professional or Premium, you have access to tools that can make high quality renderings in minutes!... Continued
Variable Pattern Tiki: This model is intended to demonstrate the power of the Variable Pattern feature. The bottom head contains the original Mouth, Teeth, Nose and Eyes features. The other three heads are patterned using Variable Pattern. Each instance... Continued
As a SOLIDWORKS user since the beginning, I’ve always been interested in the interplay between the software and hardware as technology advances. It’s kind of like the “chicken and egg” scenario being repeated over and over again, and generally speaking,... Continued