Join us to experience the SOLIDWORKS Electrical Hands-On Test Drive
Are you tired of managing countless spreadsheets and CAD drawings to document your electrical design projects? Is collaboration with other team members clumsy and cumbersome at best? Continue reading
If you are designing progressive dies, chances are you have either seen or heard of SolidWorks before. Chances are even greater that the demonstration didn’t resemble a die at all.
SolidWorks is a great design tool for many industries. We will dive deeper into specific aspects for the tooling industry focusing on companies and individuals who are designing progressive dies. Continue reading
There are fewer differences than ever between a multibody part file and an assembly file in SolidWorks.
Where commonalities exist, the user may take advantage of performance and file management benefits of a multibody part.
Where they differ, each has individual benefits that make them a clear choice in each situation
This assembly contains 19 parts, some unique, some with multiple instances.
As an assembly, this results in several files that need to be managed. 1 for the assembly and 1 each for the unique part files within this assembly. Continue reading
The Southeast Michigan and Northwest Ohio SolidWorks User Group Meeting is here!
This is an opportunity for you to network with your colleagues and peers to see how others are using SolidWorks in their workplace. This meeting is free and open to students, teachers, designers, engineers, employers, and anyone with an interest in SolidWorks and the design industry.
We will be showcasing great presentations with food and prizes too! GRAND PRIZE GIVEAWAY IS A NEW 3D CONNEXION SPACE MOUSE PRO, MSRP: $299.00.
Tuesday April 15, 2014 from 5:30 – 8:30 PM Continue reading
Powerful software tools like SolidWorks create amazingly complex files that are detailed and accurate to many decimal places. So it goes without saying that the management of this data presents a challenge when it comes to optimizing performance while still maintaining some sort of process to centrally manage the hours of data created each day.
Implementing clean data storage and backup practices are obviously top priority in most companies, but WHERE the data is stored is FAR from being the best place for the data to be accessed. Continue reading