What if you needed to pull a cross-section of a solid with the ability to trace it? Well there are a couple of ways you can go about doing just that.

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Do you enjoy making home improvements? Do you have a flare for design and have some SOLIDWORKS Nashville skills?

Perhaps, you just want to install a fence? Depending on when and where you purchased your home it may have a fence already installed.

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This is a two part SOLIDWORKS Nashville tutorial to create an Afternoon Tea Ferris Wheel Toy. In Part 2 of this tutorial you can learn how to assemble parts, and run a motion analysis to create a moving Ferris Wheel.

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Although SOLIDWORKS Nashville Visualize has many options to edit the background of your scene, sometimes you just want it to be transparent. This is incredibly useful, especially when combined with a photo editor such as Photoshop to add your render to an existing image.

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SOLIDWORKS Nashville Multibody Part Assembly

An Exploded View is used to communicate your design or drawings in a more proper and precise way. It really helps to clearly understand the sequential order of the assembly.

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This is a two part SOLIDWORKS Nashville tutorial to create an Afternoon Tea Ferris Wheel Toy. In Part 1 of this tutorial you can learn how to draw and create the parts for a moving Ferris Wheel.

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In every new version of SOLIDWORKS Nashville there is always some new features that steal all of the attention.

In this post i will highlight five favorable features in SOLIDWORKS Nashville that may not be as known, but still can help you in your everyday with solidworks.

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You may have heard that Windows 7 is ending support on the 14th of January 2020 but, what does this mean to you?

In short, now is the time to upgrade to Windows 10 Professional.

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It’s a given that manufacturers of medical devices and products are more than ever called upon to find new ways to help support homecare ; advanced wound care products that create negative pressure environments to accelerate healing are good examples.

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