Welcome to this tutorial for a Candle Lantern,  you will need to download the files for Candle Lantern Tutorial here to follow the tutorial. You will begin with a plain lantern model, sketching onto the glass pane, the linear pattern is used to create a guide sketch of a honeycomb design.

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SOLIDWORKS Nashville 2021 now includes the ability to use equations in properties. By having equations to use to calculate physical aspects of your designs will greatly enhance communications to downstream stakeholders.

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As mentioned in Part 1 of this SOLIDWORKS Nashville tutorial for a Wooden Toy Diner Kitchen, I see many people these days designing and creating their own Wooden Toy Kitchens for their children, and if I were creating one, I would want to plan/design ahead in SOLIDWORKS Nashville first.

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Cubic Trefoil Knot: This model demonstrates a different technique for creating a weldment without using a 3D sketch or a collection of 2D sketches.

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In part 2 of this 2-part SOLIDWORKS Nashville tutorial we created a furniture set for a dolls house kitchen, this includes a kitchen unit with functional doors, a dining table and chairs.

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Hello to all,

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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In this blog you will find tools to remove unwanted surfaces or a few direct editing tools. And to save your file into separated part files and assembly.

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In part 1 of this 2-part SOLIDWORKS Nashville tutorial we created a furniture set for a dolls house lounge, this includes a fireplace, coffee table, sofa and plant. The tutorial uses a range of 3d tools, and sketch tools to design them.

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If you’ve ever taken a class in SOLIDWORKS Nashville Electrical or gone through an implementation, chances are you’ve been told to Archive Environment REGULARLY. This is your backup – your “Eek! The server crashed and we need to get everything back up and running on another machine STAT!” safety, and based on how things are going this year, if I were you, I would not take any chances.

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