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NHSWUG – 8/4/2011 – Tips ...

NHSWUG – 8/4/2011 – Tips and Tricks

by Mark Biasotti, DS Solidworks Corp. Mark gave a presentation covering general tips and tricks for advanced modeling. His tips include how to repeat a command, using the search bar, quickly creating an offset Ref Plane, repairing dangling dimensions, toggling between driven and driving dimensions, thumbwheel control, move, replace, and delete face, 3D sketch extrude, […]

Mark Biasotti Models

Mark Biasotti Models

Here are some models created by Mark Biasotti. They are useful as rendering subjects. The iPhone Sound Dock Ski Goggles Create a Phone Cord with the Deform Tool

SolidWorks Tips and Tricks 2011

SolidWorks Tips and Tricks 2011

by Phil Sluder, TriAxial Design and Analysis Experience a fast paced session of tips focusing on how to use SolidWorks 2011 in the real world. These will not be found in the help file, they come from years of learning, teaching, and using it daily in a small dynamic design environment. There will include something for […]

What’s Old with SolidWorks 2011

What’s Old with SolidWorks 2011

by Phil Sluder, TriAxial Design and Analysis Presented at: SolidWorks World 2011 I didn’t know you could do that, is that new? When did they put that in SolidWorks? This is a look at existing tools that you may have overlooked, not had time to keep up with, and use as often as you could. […]

Radical Workarounds for Fillet, Draft...

Radical Workarounds for Fillet, Draft, and Shell

by Ed Eaton Presented at: SolidWorks World 2011 This presentation covers a year’s worth of frustrations; but more importantly the solutions to these problems. Ed has contributed his expertise in the presentation, which includes speaker notes, and SolidWorks files. Download: Radical Workarounds for Fillet, Draft, and Shell The video for this presentation is no longer available […]

Computer Fan How To

Computer Fan How To

Fan How To is a pdf document on how to model a basic representation of a computer fan using both solid and surfacing techniques.  The document is 43 pages long and does not require any advanced knowledge to follow along.  This document should show some basic sketching, feature and surfacing tools with the end result […]