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Working with Large Assemblies, Part One

SOLIDWORKS has various tools and techniques to aid working with larger assemblies, this webcast focuses on diagnosing problems and some fundamental strategies for working with large assemblies.

You can expect to see the following:

  • Key Contributors to assembly performance
  • Best practice for constraining components (mates)
  • Diagnosing problems
  • Hardware & Data Management Considerations

This 20 minute webcast is suitable for those who has a good grounding in SOLIDWORKS basics looking to develop their large assembly knowledge.

Working with Large Assemblies, Part 2

SOLIDWORKS has various tools and techniques to aid working with larger assemblies, this webcast builds on part 1 showing more tools and techniques you can employ to improve assembly performance.

You can expect to see the following:

  • Large Assembly Mode & Lightweight Modes
  • Large Design Review & Selective Open Modes
  • Simplifying Geometry- De-feature and Simplify tools
  • Speedpak
  • Hardware & Data Management Considerations

This 20 minute webcast is suitable for those who has a good grounding in SOLIDWORKS basics looking to develop their large assembly knowledge.

SolidWorks Visualize – Dirty Decals

Tips and Tricks - Dirty Decals Decals in SolidWorks Visualize are often used for applying logos, labels and signage onto products.  This blog explores how decals can be used to give realistic defects, dirt and damage onto appearances that would otherwise...

Develop 3D LIVE – Warwick 20th March

This year, DEVELOP3D Live is being held on 20th March at the Warwick Arts Centre, Warwick University, Coventry, CV4 7AL. With over 30 exciting speakers, the event is a great way to get hands-on with the latest technology, advance your workflow and network...

SolidWorks PCB Webinar

SolidWorks Webinar Join us next Tuesday for an open session as we look at the importance of variant management and collaboration. You will see how SolidWorks MCAD and ECAD solutions will help you in designing product variants to achieve maximum efficiency...

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