Category Archives: blog

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!

SOLIDWORKS Templates: How to Update Them

by Michael Nolte

Every few releases it’s always a good idea to update your SOLIDWORKS templates to the latest version you and your company are currently using.

How Do I Know My Mesh Is Good Enough?

by Shaun Bentley

The techniques outlined in this article are some of the most popular ways for building significant confidence that your mesh is adequate and reliable.

Installing SOLIDWORKS PCB with PCB Services

by Martin Adams

Installing SOLIDWORKS PCB

Installing SOLIDWORKS PCB with PCB Services, the key to collaborative features in SOLIDWORKS PCB, SOLIDWORKS PCB Add-In, and the PCB Connector for Altium.

SOLIDWORKS License Manager Tutorial

by Enrique Garcia

Using SOLIDWORKS remotely

Want to work with your SOLIDWORKS products off the network or from a remote location? Learn all you ever wanted to know about license borrowing and returning with SOLIDWORKS License Manager.

The Star Wars Saga – the last episode

by Enrique Garcia

The Star Wars Saga – Our story behind how Enrique Garcia used SOLIDWORKS to create his very own prop inspired by one in the movie Star Wars: The Last Jedi.