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Did you know there is a functionality inside SOLIDWORKS Nashville Electrical that allows you to customize almost the entire interface to your liking? Prefer a darker background? Done. Want a larger crosshair? No problem.

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What if I told you I built this entire gazebo with just two sketches?

You’re probably thinking, “I could build it with one super complicated 3D sketch, but why would I want to do that?”
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Author: Scott Durksen; CSWE, Javelin Technologies

Draft Quality elements provide faster solve times as each tetrahedral element only contain 4 nodes, one at each vertex.  Switching over to High Quality mesh elements is required for accurate stress results, which adds midpoint nodes putting the node count for a tetrahedral element up to 10 nodes.

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The Challenge:

The uses for plastic medical bags– long a staple of modern medical care—continue to multiply. Remaining competitive and maintaining market share as the demand for these products grows relies on driving down costs and speeding up production lines.

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Since the Flow Simulation 2019 release, there is a new type of plot that you can show to see the operating point for any of the defined fans in a project.

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Answer: YES!

A growing number of leading global manufacturers with test-intensive assembly lines fully incorporate robots to allow for automatic and untended operations.

The Challenge

Remaining competitive in today’s global marketplace now means finding ways to fully integrate robotics into manufacturing and assembly operations.

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Mass Flow Leak Testing provides a direct measurement of leakage independent of pressure and volume. Faster shorter cycle times will produce an instantaneous measurement of flow at the end of stabilization.

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Combining Functional-and Leak Testing in a Dual Station Test Stand

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Editor’s Note: We’re partnering with MakeDaley, Luke and Karen’s YouTube channel, to help bring you a series of videos that combine their love of making with ideas brought to life within SOLIDWORKS Nashville! Be sure to subscribe to their channel to keep up with all of Luke and Karen’s quirky-cool creations!

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