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Learn step-by-step instructions on how I created my very first xDesign model using only surfacing tools. The model I created, a shovel, comes in many shapes and sizes and has helped humanity since the Neolithic period to move dirt, dig a hole, or remove snow.

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The intention of this article is to describe a portion of the process required to engineer a frame and engine mounting system for a single engine aircraft.

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This week a customer asked me a simple question about Flow Simulation:

“How do I know where the minimum and maximum values are on my model?”

This is a good question as it can be very useful to see exactly where the extreme values are located.

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Have you ever heard of the ‘Select Other’ tool in SOLIDWORKS Nashville? You may have forgotten about this useful little tool that will help save time on your selections. ‘Select Other’ is a tool that can be used to select entities that are hidden by other geometry within a part or assembly document, without having to reorient it!

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In this article we will discuss several notifications we see when using the PDM add-in in SOLIDWORKS Nashville. These revolve around versions and how each version is used in assemblies or sub-assemblies.

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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.

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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.

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