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20 Questions with DASI Summer Interns – Part 1

20 Questions

Written by: Gale Walney, Administrative Marketing Assistant

For the summer of 2016, DASI Solutions hired two interns, Braden Cleary and Katherine Winter. Working directly with both of them, I got to discover some interesting things about each; here is what I found out about Braden.

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CAMWorks – A Geometric Product

CAMWorks - Fully Integrated CAM Software

[Monthly Partner Product Spotlight] 

Written by: CAMWorks

You’ve just designed the perfect part, now what’s the best way to turn your CAD models into a physical part? Your basic options are to use an additive process like 3D printing, molding, or investment casting, or you can use a subtractive process like machining. More often than not, that means CNC machining.

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SOLIDWORKS Simulation: Missing material data? No problem!

Written by: Shaun Bentley, Application Engineer

Screen-0150When setting up a structural simulation study, it never seems like you have ALL the information you need. Without exception, you’ll have to be content with making approximations and assumptions. Absent or unreliable material data is one key area that virtually all simulation users will need to question.

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The CAD Academy Awards Are In…

The CAD Academy

Written by: Kayla Savale, Marketing Coordinator

DASI Solutions is proud to congratulate two individuals from the Kent Career Tech Center who won awards through The CAD Academy:

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SOLIDWORKS Two-Minute Tech Tip – Last Saved with Version

Darin at DASI - SOLIDWORKS Two Minute Tech Tip

Written by: Darin J. Grosser, CSWE

I’m Darin @ DASI, and THIS is a SolidWorks – Two Minute Tech Tip!!

Older Version File……

Anyone that’s used SOLIDWORKS for 2 or more releases has to have seen this message before.  It means you’ve opened a file created in an earlier release of SOLIDWORKS, and when you Save your file, it will be updated to the version of SOLIDWORKS you are currently using.

SOLIDWORKS Older Version File

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