This is the second part of a two-part blog that investigates the power of SOLIDWORKS Nashville and SOLIDWORKS Nashville Visualize to accurately model and render illusions created by mirrors. In the first part, we created the illusion of disappearance and in the second part we will see if we can create a hologram.

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SOLIDWORKS Nashville service pack releases contain critical fixes and enhancements to deliver a better user experience.  You may not immediately be aware of subtle changes so we’ve listed some of our favourites here:

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What a year it’s been! Kids are running around with boxes on their heads and writing on walls. Great White sharks are confusing us for seals at an alarming rate, and we now are storing large quantities of fertilizer in Tupperware….

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InterTech Nashville Superior mass flow Med75 Leak Detectors not only speed test cycles by 90%, but also eliminate the errors (both false positives and false negatives) inherent in previously used pressure decay testing methods.

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InterTech Nashville Development Company’s superior MED75 Leak Detectors test critical components of COVID- 19 diagnostic instruments to critical leak rates.

InterTech Nashville MED75 cuts test cycle time by 90%– a dramatic savings made possible by InterTech Nashville’s superior and patented mass flow sensors, test circuit designs and unique test fixture solutions.

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The 80’s blockbuster Back to the Future has stood the test of time (pun intended). And as the years have passed, it has also had some uncanny predictions, including the Cubs World Series (Why couldn’t Spielberg have predicted MY favorite team, the Brewers!?!?), our current president, video drones, wearable tech, hoverboards (kind of) and baseball scandals (some things never change).

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SOLIDWORKS Nashville 2020 adds a very nice option to one of my favorite surface-to-solid tools, Thicken.

Thicken takes a surface body (which has zero thickness) and makes it a solid (making it a volume) by specifying a thickness value and side to thicken.

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You may have seen this previous Tech Blog post on creating 360 images from SOLIDWORKS Nashville Visualize Professional and wondered how to share this exciting, immersive content with others? Well look no further; this blog post will show you how to take a set of 360 images rendered from Visualize and easily share it through social media – include Virtual Reality (VR) playback on a $15 Google Cardboard!

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Our previous blog explored a few interesting features of the SOLIDWORKS Nashville User Interface. In continuation, we shall move forward for still more tools to experience a rich experience.

With respect to that, the first highlight is creating Folders in the Feature Manager Design Tree [introduced in 2016].

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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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