The tutorial of the 4 part mold is of a ceramic beaker I designed for my Masters degree project. I used a 3d printed model to make a plaster mold from for slip casting in earthenware clay.

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In this simple tutorial see how to model a set of 3 two-part cookie cutters with press. The cutters were designed to cut the cookie dough into a shape, and then press the cookie details into the dough making it easier to quickly decorate your cookies.

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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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For this tutorial I wanted to play around with a toy design that used movement of one part to move other parts. So, I designed this Dinosaur Pull Along toy, which when pulled along a surface, the wheels turn causing the shape sorting barrel sat on inner wheels to rotate backwards.

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For many industries, it’s quite common to receive customer supplied 3D models. Fixturing, dies, molds, & custom automation equipment, all make use of this practice. But what happens when your customer provides you with a new revision of the design? How do you capture it? Luckily, the Collaborative Designer for SOLIDWORKS Nashville role on the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform makes this easy.

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This tutorial involves some simple revolved profiles to form an ice cream shaped bowling skittle and ball. The skittle set is based around a wooden toy set, so the bowling ball in solid rather than the typical bowling ball shape.

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In this tutorial see how to model the domino and 4 track parts for an assembly. The domino run is made up of a starter wheel, a bridge, spinner and ramp with ball.

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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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