Tag Archives: solidworks 2019

What’s New in SOLIDWORKS Inspection 2019: Hole Tables

Written by: Marty Bucholz, Application Engineer One of the great new features in SOLIDWORKS Inspection 2019 is the ability to integrate hole tables. Not only does Inspection pick up each tag, but it also grabs each part of the callout. This expands … Continue reading

What’s New in SOLIDWORKS 2019: Enhancements to Trim Entities

Written by: Maurice Cherian, Application Engineer There are two new options for the “Trim Entities” command for SW 2019. The new options are “Keep trimmed entities as construction geometry” and “Ignore trimming of construction geometry” shown at the bottom of the dialog … Continue reading

What’s New in SOLIDWORKS 2019: Bounding Box for Assemblies

Written by: Krystal Petersen, Technical Support Engineer The Bounding Box is a feature within an assembly which contains geometry and is calculated using the same methods as the part level bounding box. While you can have a bounding box in … Continue reading

What’s New in SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation 2019: Associated Goals

Written by: Enrique Garcia, Application Engineer In SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation 2019, you can now update your associated goals if the option “Create associated goals” is checked ON during the initial creation of the boundary condition. One must still select all goals that you want … Continue reading

What’s New in SOLIDWORKS 2019: Auto-Lock Mate Rotation in Toolbox Components

Written by: Jared Spaniol, Application Engineer When working in assemblies, it’s always a best practice to eliminate mate errors and have all the components fully defined if possible. This prevents parts from moving out of place and maintaining their orientation in … Continue reading