One of the greatest challenges in rendering is to simulate the actual condition in real life – gravity, contact, friction and motion, etc. With SOLIDWORKS Nashville Visualize Professional, it is no longer a problem because we can use physical simulation to assign physical properties to imported 3D bodies.

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Often times, people are stereotyped based on what they do for a living. It is sometimes assumed that engineers might not have interest in more artistic endeavors.

Join SOLIDWORKS Nashville® Industry Consultants Mark Peterson and Gian Calise for a SOLIDWORKS Nashville LIVE Design episode that will dismantle this stereotype, demonstrating that many engineers do have an artistic side that may appear at various points in their careers.

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I’ve had the privilege of interviewing over 50 engineers while co-hosting the “Being an Engineer Podcast.” I’ve noticed a trend of senior mechanical engineers mentioning that tearing apart and reverse engineering products/gadgets is one of the optimal ways to improve one’s mechanical engineering skill set.

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In this tutorial you will learn how to use a sketch picture as a reference to design the brake rotor. You will sketch over the brake rotor picture and capture design intent.

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In this tutorial you will learn how to create a basic sheet metal part using the 3DEXPERIENCE Role 3D SHEET METAL CREATOR and the app xSheet Metal.

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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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I’ve had the privilege of interviewing over 50 engineers while co-hosting the “Being an Engineer Podcast.” I’ve noticed a trend of senior mechanical engineers mentioning that tearing apart and reverse engineering products/gadgets is one of the optimal ways to improve one’s mechanical engineering skill set.

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In this tutorial you will learn how to use the sheet metal features to design a sheet metal part. You will use Base Flange, Edge Flange, Swept Flange and Cutouts using the Normal Cut option.

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Continuing with your Piano model, you will need to have watched part 1 of this tutorial if you wish to follow on. The next step was to prepare the model by adding print tolerances to make it easier to remove the black keys from the piano.

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