Tag Archives: solidworks

Installing Multiple Versions of SOLIDWORKS

Written by Greg Dawes, Application Engineer It is more common than ever to have customers and vendors share their SOLIDWORKS data. The primary challenge in sharing SOLIDWORKS data between two engineering departments is mismatching versions of SOLIDWORKS CAD software. Some … Continue reading

Speed Through Laziness

Written by: Ryan Cole, Application Engineer I think laziness gets a bad rap. Sure, it can mean slothful or inactive, but in this case I am talking about how it encourages efficiency! Think about it, they are synonymous: lazy can … Continue reading

SOLIDWORKS Two-Minute Tech Tip – Instant 3D

Written by: Darin J. Grosser, CSWE I’m Darin @ DASI, and THIS is a SOLIDWORKS- Two Minute Tech Tip!! Change Gets Even Easier….. It’s already pretty amazing just how quickly you can edit Dimensions and Features in SOLIDWORKS to impart change……but … Continue reading

Slick Way to Convert 2D DWG Data into a 3D SOLIDWORKS Part File

Written by John MacArthur, Application Engineer So I’ve shown this in a number of my training classes over the years, but I thought it was about time to put it into a blog. There are many ways to convert DWG files … Continue reading

To Thread or Not to Thread? (Hyper Threading)

Written by Krystal Petersen, IT Support What is Hyper Threading? Hyper Threading is Intel Based technology that enables a computer’s CPU to work on multiple streams of information at the same time. In doing this, it streamlines the processes and … Continue reading