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SOLIDWORKS 2018 Beta is available! Here’s how you can start testing with it now.


Written by: Enrique Garcia, Application Engineer

If you are a SOLIDWORKS subscription customer, get a head start and begin testing the next release of SOLIDWORKS. Interested in knowing how your projects will run in next year’s release? Setup a test bed of SOLIDWORKS 2018 Beta away from your live data and start working through the possibilities of how you can optimize your workflows. Or start testing and planning your company upgrades for all SOLIDWORKS products early for a smooth company rollover to SOLIDWORKS 2018 when it is released or when the time is right.

If you want to get SOLIDWOKRS 2018 Beta, here’s how:

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Celebrating the Solar Eclipse with SOLIDWORKS

Written by: Kayla Savale, Marketing Coordinator

For the first time in 38 years, on August 21, 2017, the United States of America will host a full solar eclipse! People from all over the globe will be traveling here to witness this awe-inspiring sight. To witness this wondrous event would be an opportunity of a lifetime; anyone in its path is in line to witness a real treat!

Solar Eclipse Path

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JOB POSTING: Detailing Manager

DASI customer, Duperon, based in Saginaw, MI, is seeking a qualified candidate – with advanced SOLIDWORKS experience – to join their engineering team as a Detailing Manager.

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Reuse of Assemblies in SOLIDWORKS Schematic

Created By: Cheri Guntzviller, SOLIDWORKS Electrical Application Specialist

In this video tip, Electrical Specialist Cheri shows you how you can reuse and rename assemblies created in SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic.



Customizing SOLIDWORKS Inspection Reports – Part 3

First Article Inspection Report

Limiting the Number of Rows Per Sheet and Grouping Dimensional Characteristics

SOLIDWORKS Inspection Logo

Written by: Gordon Pursel, Application Engineer

Missed Part 1 & 2? Check out Part 1 introducing the Inspection Report Editor here or Part 2 on how to add a Report Footer in the Template Editor here.

In Part 3 of this series, I’ll share advanced techniques to customize SOLIDWORKS Inspection reports to limit the inspection characteristics numbers per sheet and group balloons by characteristic values such as manufacturing operations or inspection methods.

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