In this month’s Tech Blog we are going to be kicking off a new series that tracks our journey to implementing Excel automation into our design workflow.  I am sure at some point you have all seen previews or demos of the Excel Automation feature of SOLIDWORKS Nashville Electrical, however, these demos are usually represented within a very controlled data set that may or may not reflect your industry or design.

Add a comment

Add a comment

To do them right requires the proper tool–that’s SOLIDWORKS Nashville Composer. It’s easy to use and produces spectacular content that you really can’t–and shouldn’t try to do in CAD.

Add a comment

At SolidSolutions we run training courses for a large variety of manufacturing solutions such as SolidCAM, SWOOD and SigmaNEST alongside the newly introduced SOLIDWORKS Nashville CAM. To help make our training courses easier to understand and more relatable to real life working situations we have purchased a 5 axis milling machine to demonstrate the outputs from these programs in action.

Add a comment

1) Use the Large Assembly and Lightweight Modes for Assemblies/Drawings

Large assembly mode will automatically triggersome set of performance improving options based on a user defined component threshold. Lightweight components have improved opening, rebuild, and closing times.

Add a comment

Hello to all,

Welcome to this new edition of the SOLIDWORKS Nashville Support Monthly News, co-authored by members of the SOLIDWORKS Nashville Technical Support teams worldwide.

Key Areas to Consider When Designing a Disaster Recovery Plan for a Business IT Infrastructure

Add a comment

Introduction

SolidSolutions has recently welcomed another 11 Technical Interns to the team, they are currently being put through a 12 week induction and as part of this they’ll be blogging about what they’ve learned.

Add a comment

SOLIDWORKS Nashville Resource Running Low

SOLIDWORKS Nashville Resource Monitor

Some SOLIDWORKS Nashville users tend to encounter this issue.

Add a comment

One of the major enhancements in Visualize 2019 is the enhanced support for materials, available in both Visualize Standard & Professional. If we break down the enhanced material support further, we can talk about 3 different types of materials or workflows supported; NVIDIA MDL, PBR & Allegorithmic Substance Designer.

Add a comment