With SOLIDWORKS Composer it’s easy to take your assembly and operation instructions to the next level, setting yourself apart from the competition and eliminating human error when it comes to deciphering instructional documentation. In this video we will be covering the top 5 tips and tricks anyone using Composer should know about. Learn how to use a cut plane on specific components in an assembly, add items to your 2D library, apply custom drawing templates, use the copy transformation tool to eliminate rework, and setting up selection groups to work like SOLIDWORKS assemblies.
Are you currently using Workgroup PDM to control and manage your SOLIDWORKS data? Did you know that SOLIDWORKS 2017 is the last release to include Workgroup PDM? Are you wondering how to move that data to SQL database-driven SOLIDWORKS PDM Standard or Professional before SOLIDWORKS 2018 is released and Workgroup PDM is no longer available? Watch this webinar to learn how to migrate data from Workgroup PDM to a SOLIDWORKS PDM system, and how to plan your SOLIDWORKS data management strategy moving forward.
SOLIDWORKS Visualize helps organizations leverage 3D CAD data to create photorealistic marketing content. From static images to animations and immersive web content, SOLIDWORKS Visualize delivers photographical content that clearly and emotionally depicts products in the real world. PhotoView360 is built into SOLIDWORKS, and can generate great marketing images among other things. SOLIDWORKS offers two amazing redering options - now you have to decide which to use for your project. There are very easy ways to identify when one option should be used over another, and we plan to share those with you in this webinar. We’ll compare the capabilities of Visualize with the rendering and technical communication tools currently available in SOLIDWORKS. Join us for an in-depth look into photorealistic rendering options available to you.
Looking to get the inside scoop on the best practices for setting up your next simulation? Product Manager Glenn Whyte will take you through solutions to commonly asked questions from Hawk Ridge Systems customers.
This in-depth webinar looks at the tools available for evaluating thermal issues in electronics assemblies, starting with using CircuitWorks to import geometry from electrical CAD systems, to using Flow Simulation to evaluate the thermal conditions.
Interested in setting your ideas in motion? The Motion Simulation capability in SOLIDWORKS allows users to add complex, real-world movement to their assemblies. Simulate mechanical connections like hinges and gears, and real-world loads like motors, gravity, and springs.