Written by: Cheri Guntzviller-Miesen, SOLIDWORKS Electrical Application Specialist
SOLIDWORKS Schematic and 3D Electrical have slightly different steps for creating an Rx Capture. (If you don’t have SOLIDWORKS, but only SOLIDWORKS Schematic, please jump to the end of the article.)
SOLIDWORKS Rx analyzes your system, suggests possible solutions, and captures data that can help technical support personnel diagnose problems.
American Expedition Vehicles, based in Wixom, MI, is seeking a qualified candidate – SOLIDWORKS experience preferred – to join their team as a Design Engineer.
Written by: Shaun Bentley, Application Engineer
Read below for a summary of the the structural simulation packages available in with SOLIDWORKS. Latest update (October, 2017)
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Tagged drop test, event-based motion, linear static, motion study, nonlinear simulation, simulation package, solidworks simulation, structural simulation, time-based motion, virtual simulation, virtual testing
Written by: Michael Nolte, Application Engineer
These instructions are for those that have never created a SOLIDWORKS.com Customer Portal account (or for those that have switched companies and need to create a new account for the new company).
If you already have a SOLIDWORKS.com Customer Portal account that is current on maintenance and has yellow padlock icons on your account view this Tip & Trick on how to unlock it.
Written by: Jared Spaniol, Application Engineer
I have been wanting to add a free-standing hammock hanger to my backyard to enjoy the nice fall weather and now that the fall season is here, I decided to start researching options. I have an ENO DoubleNest Hammock that is approximately 10 feet in length. When I saw some of the prices of the ones available online that would fit my hammock I thought they were a bit expensive, or at least more than I was willing to spend. The moderately priced ones I saw were designed more for those rope style hammocks, not the lightweight Nylon parachute material ENO uses because the attachment points are slightly different. I probably could have modified my hammock to fit, but they weren’t meeting my footprint constraints anyway. I wanted something with a very small footprint since I have a small area to work with and didn’t want to have to step over a large fixture frequently. I also wanted the hammock to be very easy to install and remove from the hanger since I wasn’t planning to leave it up continually to avoid weather and sun damage.