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#DoMoreWithDASI – Introduction to SOLIDWORKS CAM Standard

Intro to CAM Standard

Written by: Marty Bucholz, Technical Support Engineer

SOLIDWORKS CAM is one of the most exciting new products we have had in years, and it represents a new chapter in SOLIDWORKS as total manufacturing tool. SOLIDWORKS CAM is based on CAMWorks, the first Gold Partner for machining. It uses advanced feature-based machining to look at the volume of solid bodies to develop features to be programed. This allows the tool to be seamlessly integrated into SOLIDWORKS and it will work on any solid body that can be opened inside SOLIDWORKS. The powerful Automatic Feature Recognition (AFR) combines with knowledge-based machining to quickly create fully associative tool paths that can be processed into g-code and run on machines.

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JOB POSTING: CAD Designer – Hydraulic/Mechanical

DASI customer North American Controls, located in Shelby Township, MI, is seeking a qualified candidate with SOLIDWORKS experience to join their their team as a CAD Designer.

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How to Change Your SOLIDWORKS Serial Number (Machine-Based and Online Licenses)


Written by: Shaun Johnson, Application Engineer

There are a number of reasons why you might need to change the serial number that is installed on your computer. Maybe you were given an evaluation license to start out and now your permanent license is available. Perhaps there was already a permanent license installed on your computer, but it’s the wrong license and it needs to be changed. Some users find that they need to convert their standalone license to a network license or vice versa. Still others are students or educators with education versions of the software installed which they need to change out for a commercial license.

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#DoMoreWithDASI – Getting Started with Simulation Standard

Upcoming Webinar - Getting Started with Simulation Standard

By: Shaun Bentley, Application Engineer

In the Getting Started with Simulation Standard webinar, we will walk you through the vital first steps to make the best use of your Simulation tool.

In this webinar, we will cover the new tools that you have access to within SOLIDWORKS Simulation Standard.

You can see the entire suite of Structural Simulation tools at our previous blog, here.

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What’s New in eDrawings 2019: 2018 Professional Features Unlocked in eDrawings Viewer

What's New in SOLIDWORKS 2019 - eDrawings

Written by: Quinton Rocke, Application Engineer

With the 2019 release of the eDrawings Viewer, product users can now access all eDrawings Professional features from eDrawings Professional 2018 and older in the free eDrawings Viewer. This only applies to the eDrawings for Windows® (not mobile).

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