As more and more users are beginning to install and use SolidWorks 2013, I think there’s no better time to revisit what was presented during the launch events… as it has probably been long forgotten! In Simulation there were three enhancements that really caught my eye, and many more to make your day-to-day experience easier. Let’s start with my top 3, beginning with a change to shell elements.
Since we got our hands on the SolidWorks Plastics tool back in April, we have been overwhelmed with mold makers and plastic part designers excited to learn about its capabilities. After numerous conversations with experts in these fields, I wanted to get this blog out there to cover some of the most common questions we’ve been hearing.
Since I’ve been able to get my hands on 3DVIA Composer, I’ve noticed two changes in my life. The first change happens when I purchase any product that requires assembly. More often than not, the accompanying documentation is difficult to understand, and illustrations can be utterly misleading. Knowing the quality documentation that 3DVIA Composer can produce has completely spoiled me, and now when I’m presented with anything less I find myself cursing in frustration. This was never more evident than in the past holiday season… but that’s another story.