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.
So much of what we design is subjected to dynamic testing, and more and more standards require confidence in the response of our products to these types of loads. We’ll take a walk through a variety of approaches using different simulation tools in SOLIDWORKS, starting with simple static approximations, and working our way up to a rigorous dynamic analysis of a structure. We’ll refer to real-world examples of standards, and show you how the different tools in SOLIDWORKS match up to those requirements.
Building BOMs in CAD and PDM can be fairly easy, to a point. But some BOM data doesn't come from applications or files that are easy to integrate into the CAD BOMs. Come join us to see how a new add-in for SOLIDWORKS PDM greatly enhances your BOM management in PDM. We will look at new ways to create, merge, edit, sort and export Bills of Materials, so Manufacturing and Operations, or ERP can have a BOM built for them.
SOLIDWORKS Composer is a simple-to-use interactive 3D authoring tool that directly imports all 3D and 2D assets, compiling them together to develop a multitude of technical publications. Check out this super short video that covers all the hot topics in SOLIDWORKS Composer including PDF assembly manuals, animation and interactive content.