• Pandemic related products –such as ventilators, respirators and clinical testing machines– must be brought to market quickly.  The requirements to assure functionality and integrity of these medical products is in many aspects quite similar to those historically faced by the automotive manufacturers who are newly entering these markets.
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One of the great things about live training is the interaction between members of the class. As students try things or think of how they might use SOLIDWORKS Nashville in their own work, questions come up that allow for learning beyond the book.

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In this tutorial you will see a range of SOLIDWORKS Nashville sketch techniques such as circular pattern, dynamic mirror entities and offset entities to create some festive cookie shapes. The tutorial also demonstrates the use of thin feature and saving bodies separately from a multi body part.

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Making Part Modifications

There may be times when you’re working on an assembly and decide that one of the parts needs to be modified; however, you don’t want to modify the original, but instead make a copy to be modified specifically for that assembly.

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For this tutorial I wanted to demonstrate the use of the wrap feature against spline surfaces, so I chose to use the curved face of a plate to add a wrap embossed design.

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It’s that time of year again! That’s right – time to decorate for the holidays! One of my favorite traditions is driving around and looking at all of the lights, so this year I decided that I want to decorate MY house and help spread some joy of my own.

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I am really excited about the new capabilities we have on the 3DEXPERIENCE platform with the addition of Ordered Geometrical Sets (OGS). You may have noticed them originally back in 2021x FD01.

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