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Negative Pressure Rooms in Hospitals

by Shaun Bentley

Negative Pressure Animation

In hospitals, negative pressure rooms are used to prevent the spread of infectious diseases. To illustrate the concept and effectiveness of these rooms, we’ve run some fluid and particle studies using SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation.

Kinetic Art Project: Using SOLIDWORKS and Casting Fins

by Brandon Harris

Kinetic Art Project: Using SOLIDWORKS and Casting Fins

Thank you for returning to my Kinetic Art Project series.  In this final segment of the series, I’ve used SOLIDWORKS to check for mass properties and documented the process for casting the

Kinetic Art Project: Creating the Silicone Mold

by Brandon Harris

Kinetic Art Project: Creating the Mold

Thank you for returning to my Kinetic Art Project series. This blog focuses on creating the silicone mold for the fins. In case you missed the prior article, you can

Kinetic Art Project: Worm Gear

by Brandon Harris

Thank you for returning to my Kinetic art project series. Today’s blog is focused on creating a worm gear. Check out part 1 and 2 to catch up!

VPN Considerations for IT, Administrators, and Users

by Francisco Guzman

solidworks pdm vpn considerations

Since the COVID-19 “stay at home” directives, there has been an influx of SOLIDWORKS PDM questions concerning inability to connect PDM servers through a VPN (Virtual Private Network). This article offers some considerations to take when working from home using VPN connections.

Stratasys F123 Series Print Head Storage Solutions | 3D Printing Hacks

by Jeff Lendermon

If you order 3D printing supplies in bulk or for future use, you may find yourself storing them in a box on a shelf or in the drawer of the 3D printer. There has to be a better place, right? See what I came up with for print head storage in this 3D printing hack.