In this tutorial I wanted to demonstrate how I take my custom designed decals and apply them to parts using 3 mapping options; Label, Projection and Cylindrical. I decided to create a simple wooden toy grocery set to apply the decals to.

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When I’m designing for a client, I am usually given a brief to work towards, from the brief I like to create varied options within the brief guidelines to give the client choices, The choices can involve subtle changes within a parts dimensions or features, the quickest way to do this without creating multiple new parts is through configurations.

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Welcome to part 2 of 2 for this SOLIDWORKS Nashville tutorial to assemble a wooden Toy Garage. In this part of the tutorial I continue to demonstrate the use of all the different mate types including tangent, parallel, distance limit, path.

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Welcome to the new edition of the SOLIDWORKS Nashville® Support Monthly News! This monthly news blog is co-authored by members of the SOLIDWORKS Nashville® Technical Support teams worldwide.

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Updating Functional Tests for Accurate Dosing of Higher Viscosity Drugs

Functionally testing medical devices or performing sufficient audit testing to assure quality of drug delivery or blood collection devices are not new requirements.

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For this tutorial I designed and modelled a wooden Toy Garage, that includes all original decals applied to each part. The garage was modelled in SOLIDWORKS Nashville as a Part file, all the separate solid bodies were then exported as new parts for creating an assembly.

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Ever wondered what it would be like to be mentored one-on-one by a senior engineer that’s using SOLIDWORKS Nashville to successfully deliver solutions to industry clients? My name is Rafael Testai, and in this video series “Mechanisms & Mentorship,” we’ll take a look behind the scenes to see how a hand-picked engineer has designed one of their mechanisms in granular detail.

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I decided to model a cactus as they have always fascinated me, and they are the only plants I own or can keep alive! So, what am I going to showcase? for this tutorial I will demonstrate the use of the loft feature using the normal to profile constraints.

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I have designed ironing boards in the past as a toy designer, and something I would have to test for is how the toy would open/close, and at what height it would be for a child to play with the toy.

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Ever wondered what it would be like to be mentored one-on-one by a senior engineer that’s using SOLIDWORKS Nashville to successfully deliver solutions to industry clients? My name is Rafael Testai, and in this video series “Mechanisms & Mentorship,” we’ll take a look behind the scenes to see how a hand-picked engineer has designed one of their mechanisms in granular detail.

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