In the first part of this series we recreated our broken car in SOLIDWORKS Nashville and gave it a new paint job. It turned out awesome, but our car still isn’t running, so in this blog we set out to draw a schematic for the electronics and add the components to 3D.

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When I was a kid I dreamed of someday having my very own electric car, so as a grown adult with a toddler, I decided that my daughter NEEDS one. Recently, I was browsing our local Buy Nothing group and I found an absolute jackpot – a FREE electric car.

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Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) West along with sister shows WestPack, Automation Technology Expo (ATX) West, Design & Manufacturing (D&M) West have opened registration for the 2021 in-person event to be held at the Anaheim Convention Centre August 10-12.

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Google has become a default dictionary. But really, Google is the tool that leads to the definitions we seek; it doesn’t actually provide the definitions.

Websites such as IDC do!

We understand that keeping track of all the new terms and acronyms on specific industries can be challenging; it seems like there are new terms and abbreviations popping up every day.

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Author: Scott Durksen, CSWE @ Javelin Technologies

SOLIDWORKS Nashville Flow Simulation software provides the ability to share the calculations of a project over a network connection to a SOLIDWORKS Nashville Flow Simulation Remote Solver.

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Over the past several releases Model Based Definition or MBD has been enhanced to include more functionality to cover more use cases. If you’re unfamiliar with MBD think of it as a 3D Drawing.

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Motion analysis is a tool to help us simulate and analyze the movement of the mechanism in the assembly. In the motion analysis, we can include the effect of various kind of element, such as forces, springs, dampers, and friction, etc.

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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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Written by Kai Inge Midtgård Rokstad, MSc. Business Consultant – CAD / FEA / PLM

It can be challenging to adopt new tools and a new way of working, especially if you struggle to see the similarities and differences between the way you worked in the past and the way you might work in the future.

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Did you know that some sketch relationships can be added simply by selecting a shared point common to 2 sketch entities? While we are all familiar with selecting 2 lines to make them perpendicular to each other or selecting a line and an arc to make them tangent, we can accomplish the same thing by simply selecting the common point shared by both entities.

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