Anyone who has been in the industry long enough, knows how important Bill of Materials (BOM) really are. When it comes to customization of the table, not many software applications out there give you the freedom to set it up the way you want to.

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Spring Dog: New to SOLIDWORKS Nashville 2020 is a unique component that acts “flexible” in an assembly and each instance of the component can take on a different shape.

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This week’s Visualize Quick Tip is a special one! It’s a longer video showing a full end-to-end workflow using Visualize and Photoshop – just as a typical CGI artist uses to composite that beautiful marketing image.

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This is a wooden beer keg complete with staves, heads, hoops, bung holes and a spigot. The Intersect command is used to help create the barrel shaped using surfaces as the cutting tool.

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I see many people these days designing and creating their own Wooden Toy Kitchens for their children, and if I were creating one, I would want to plan/design ahead in SOLIDWORKS Nashville first.

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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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SOLIDWORKS Nashville Visualize Professional makes it incredibly easy to lay out copies of your product using the handy Formation Tool.

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When working in SOLIDWORKS Nashville you have a few options when working with the dimension box.

You have the classic dimension box and you have the Instant2D (introduced in 2016) and the Instant 3D.

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A long time ago, people created drawings on paper using a pen and a ruler, ensuring parts fit on the appropriate paper size, creating 1:1 scale 2D drawings.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed demand for oxygen delivery systems overnight.  Global health care specialists warn that the world’s manufacturing systems need to also prepare us for pandemics to come.   Whether your company is an automotive or other manufacturer newly moving into ventilator manufacture, or is an existing ventilator manufacturer seeking to multiply production several fold, any and all production bottlenecks need to be eliminated to meet this skyrocketing demand.

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