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JOB POSTING: Design Engineer

American Expedition Vehicles, based in Wixom, MI, is seeking a qualified candidate – SOLIDWORKS experience preferred – to join their team as a Design Engineer.

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Structural Simulation Packages Updated!

SOLIDWORKS Simulation

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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The Hammock Hanger – SOLIDWORKS Simulation Design Analysis Around the House

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.

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Where Did My Vault Go?!

SOLIDWORKS PDM Tech Tip

Written by: Bryce Hooper, Application Engineer

SOLIDWORKS PDM - Select Vault - Missing

Some of us might have seen this screen before and been a little confused. We should be seeing our vault… so why aren’t we? It is a simple reason and a simple fix, but it helps to know what is actually wrong.

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