Written by: Shaun Johnson, Application Engineer
With the release of SOLIDWORKS 2019, Dassault has made it even easier to import and adjust non-native CAD files for use with SOLIDWORKS designs. The Slicing feature streamlines the creation of intersection profiles, perfect for creating and manipulating sketch sections for lofts and sweeps.
Written by: Alex Graziani and Bryce Hooper, Application Engineers
For a long time, PDM has allowed either Windows credentials, or PDM credentials to be used to log in to the system. The drawback was that if one was used, the other was not. This could present challenges for companies that want to create remote or temporary users that don’t need a Windows login. SOLIDWORKS PDM 2019 rises to the challenge and removes those restrictions. Now available is the ability for administrators to enable PDM logins when the Windows login is set as the default method.
Written by: Bryce Hooper, Application Engineer
The SOLIDWORKS PDM Web2 interface has come a long way from its early days. This year is no exception when it comes to updates. In 2019 we are given a whole new redesign to make the interface more accessible to all browsers and devices.
Written by: Quinton Rocke, Application Engineer
SOLIDWORKS Inspection is now more integrated than ever with SOLIDWORKS PDM in 2019. In the standalone Inspection application, you can now access a familiar SOLIDWORKS PDM tab for tools such as Check Out, Check In, Search, and Get Latest Version and more from the CommandManager.