The new SOLIDWORKS PDM 2018 is packed with enhancements, but one of the most interesting is the revision table integration. Gone are the days of workarounds to both update the revision table in SolidWorks and to limit the amount of rows on that Revision table. Presented by David Lefebvre
One of the most useful tools embedded inside SOLIDWORKS 2018 is the Pack and Go. It works great for file management and making sure your assemblies and drawings keep their references if you need to make a copy and send them out to another user for review. Presented by Ricky Huynh
SOLIDWORKS, like most software, sometimes encounters warnings, errors or bugs while it's running. In this webinar, Kevin Chow, Technical Support Engineer, will show you different tips, tricks and fixes that are most recommended by our dedicated Tech Support Team at Hawk Ridge Systems. Learn how to optimize performance, manage files and work with corrupt files. Get our recommended system settings and admin tips based on user needs. Join us to find out about common issues and how to resolve them to optimize your SOLIDWORKS user experience.
Since the implementation of Mouse Gestures in SOLIDWORKS 2010, getting to the right tools has never been faster. In SOLIDWORKS 2018, Mouse Gestures return with a streamlined design and an even more interactive way to choose which tools appear in the Mouse Gesture Wheel. Just like in SOLIDWORKS 2017, the same method is used to access and customize Mouse Gestures. Presented by Enoc Hernandez
The Advanced Hole command made its debut in SOLIDWORKS 2017, allowing users to create complex multi-step holes in a single feature. Despite already being an impressive time saver in the design process, the command has seen significant improvements this year. New in SOLIDWORKS 2018, callouts can now be added to Advanced Holes with minimal effort. In this article, we’ll investigate how to add these annotations to an existing model. Presented by Jacob Ames
Have you ever wanted to create a pattern of an object in an assembly, but also have every instance slightly rotated from the last? In models such as a spiral staircase, it can be time consuming to create all the features separately to achieve one simple task. For example, first a circle would have to be sketched. Then, a Helix and Spiral would be needed to create the curved shape. After that, a Curve Driven Pattern could be used as the final step. Now with SOLIDWORKS 2018, an enhancement to the Linear Pattern feature in assemblies has been created that allows this to be done in one step! Presented by Nikki Stakic