Written by: Michael Nolte, Application Engineer
When working with SOLIDWORKS Network License(s) or “Floating” SOLIDWORKS license(s), there are times that installing and activating just isn’t enough for your company. There are times, when a company gets big enough, that licenses need to be managed by either what group is allowed to use certain products, or by which products are returned faster when sitting idle. This is where the need for an Option File for the SolidNetwork License Manager Server is a great solution.
Written by: Jared Spaniol, Elite Application Engineer
SOLIDWORKS has done a great job of adding more value to the software year over year and SOLIDWORKS 2018 is no exception. SOLIDWORKS 2018 has seen the addition of many great features, but none as powerful as the new Topology Study option in the SOLIDWORKS Simulation Professional and Premium packages. There is software available that only does Topology optimization and nothing else, so having this rolled into SOLIDWORKS is a significant addition.
DASI customer Quick Built, based in Shelby Township, MI, is seeking a qualified candidate with SOLIDWORKS experience to join their their team as a CAD designer.
The CAD designer is responsible for creating, detailing and maintaining 2D prints and 3D models of secondary machines for the automotive industry. The position will also require supporting assembly with troubleshooting, last minute print/model changes and assembly direction. Position is located in Shelby Twp. Michigan.
Written by: Bryce Hooper, Application Engineer
Sometimes we just can’t collect enough or the right data to determine what our issue may be. In that case, we have to think outside the box to capture what we’re doing or how things are crashing.
Luckily, Microsoft provides us with 2 ways to do this in a Windows environment.
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