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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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Every new SOLIDWORKS Nashville release contains hundreds of enhancements, and with that many enhancements, not all are covered at our Value Added Reseller (VAR) Rollout events.

One enhancement that I have been waiting for made it in the 2019 release of SOLIDWORKS Nashville.

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If you’re like me, you enjoy being able to create and test out your new idea in SOLIDWORKS Nashville before ever having to create a prototype.  After all your hard work, you’re ready to show off your design in a meeting with the rest of your team.

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How to Create Exploded View Animations in SOLIDWORKS Nashville Visualize

An animated exploded view is a fantastic way to present your design. It can wow customers while also giving them an understanding of what goes into your product.

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Virtual Sharps in Sketches

Sometimes you want a point in a sketch that represents the location of 2 lines intersecting, even though they don’t actually share a point. These points can be created and are called virtual sharps in SOLIDWORKS Nashville.

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Recently it’s becoming increasingly evident that 3D printing is a game changer for most industries’ design processes. Cutting edge technology is making it possible to improve early prototypes and reduce turnaround time.

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Published by: Nadheem Akhtar, Javelin Technologies

When SOLIDWORKS Nashville PDM is used to manage SOLIDWORKS Nashville Toolbox, it can perform several automated functions:

  • Adding missing Toolbox components to the vault
  • Creating references between Toolbox components and SOLIDWORKS Nashville assemblies
  • Check out and in Toolbox components and creating new versions of Toolbox components
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