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SOLIDWORKS PDM Forms Series Part 2: Word Documents as Forms

SOLIDWORKS PDM Tech Tip

Written by: Bryce Hooper, Application Engineer

Continuing our series on automating forms inside of PDM, we’ll move along with an example in Microsoft Word. (See Part 1 on Excel docs as forms here.)

Here is our example of an Engineering Change Notice form.

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Employee Spotlight: Eric Chavez

Eric Chavez - Solutions Manager for Arizona

DASI Life

What is your role at DASI?

I am the Arizona Solutions Manager.

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Sketchy SOLIDWORKS Tips

Created by: Ryan Cole, Application Engineer

Many people are unaware of just how much you have the ability to do inside of a SOLIDWORKS sketch. Check out some rather “Sketchy” SOLIDWORKS Tips from DASI’s own Ryan Cole:

 

 

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Title Block Focus

SOLIDWORKS Tech Tip

Written by: Maurice Cherian, Application Engineer

Are you having trouble with getting the correct info in your title blocks?  Let’s focus…

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The Banana Shot – SOLIDWORKS Flow & Motion

The Banana Shot - SOLIDWORKS Simulation in Tennis

Written by: Shaun Bentley, Application Engineer

Aerodynamic drag and lift are two physical phenomena that are ubiquitous among sports. A baseball pitcher uses lift to impart a curve on a pitch. In badminton, huge amounts of drag are created by the parachute-like design of the birdie which makes rallies last longer.

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