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What I Learned at SolidWorks World 2018

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Fresh off my return from SolidWorks World 2018 in LA last week, here are the most interesting tips, tricks, tools, and tidbits I picked up, which may help my fellow

SolidWorks World 2017 Top Ten List Submission Ends Soon

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For anyone interested in making an impact on the future of SolidWorks, it’s not too late to head over to the Ideas section of the SolidWorks Forums to submit your

SolidWorks Visualize Integration will Cause Activation Headaches

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Now that SolidWorks 2017 is in Pre-Release, there’s some confusion about how SolidWorks subscription customers should claim and activate their free seat of SolidWorks Visualize Standard. When Visualize (formerly BunkSpeed)

What’s New in SolidWorks 2017: Chapter 2 – User Interface

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The leaves are turning, the air is chilling, and the smell of sweet, sweet CAD is in the air. Welcome to SolidWorks 2017! Take a look below for some of

SOLIDWORKS Visualize Review

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   Greetings readers! After SolidWorks World 2016, I partnered with Develop3D to publish an in-depth review of SolidWorks Visualize, which launched that week. If you subscribe to the print version

SolidWars: Episode 2017 – The Phantom Edges (What’s Coming in SolidWorks 2017)

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There’s nothing hotter right now than Star Wars. That is, unless you’re a SolidWorks user attending Day 3 of SolidWorks World 2016, where you’ve just learned about some of the

Solidworks World 2016 Top Ten List

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#10 – Revert to eDrawings 2013 Engine and Interface for Desktops #9 – Automatic Fastener BOM for Large Assemblies #8 – Ability to Use End Points of Sketch Lines for

What’s New in SolidWorks 2016: Chapter 8 – Composer

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Even though Composer is a completely standalone product with its own subscription fees and an entire development team behind it, once again there are almost no interesting enhancements to speak

What’s New in SolidWorks 2016: Chapter 7 – DimXpert

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DimXpert is a more powerful tool than most people realize, and with the ever-increasing adoption of Model-Based Definition (MBD), more and more SolidWorks users will soon before familiar with it.

What’s New in SolidWorks 2016: Chapter 6 – CircuitWorks

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CircuitWorks: For when your circuits have to work. Honorable Mentions Locating CircuitWorks Components It’s now easier to locate specific CircuitWorks components, both in the CircuitWorks feature tree and in the

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