Category Archives: Visualization

Celebrate Diwali…in SOLIDWORKS!

by Amee Meghani

Nov. 7th is Diwali, the festival of lights. Jacob Bakovsky creates a tealight holder in SOLIDWORKS and renders it in SOLIDWORKS Visualize using glass appearances and even renders the tealight with a flame! Enjoy!

SOLIDWORKS Visualize – Missing Palette

by Chase Hook

The SOLIDWORKS Visualize Palette controls the Appearances, Scenes, and Cameras within the user interface. But, what happens when your palette goes missing? Find out here.

SOLIDWORKS Composer Using Markers and Milestones

by Ron Grover

Markers and Milestones

Using Markers and Milestones can help organize the timeline, create interactive content through event links, and save a lot of time when you need to create a lot of images quickly from an animation.

2018 Winter Olympics: Hockey Mask Designs

by Adam Hughes

hockey mask design - 2018 Winter Olympics

The 2018 Winter Olympics kicks off February 9 in PyeongChang, South Korea. All this excitement has spilled over into my workday and here’s the result. Using the power of SOLIDWORKS Visualize I created a few renderings of my Team GoEngineer Goalie mask.

SOLIDWORKS Composer: Using Hotspots

by Tim Strange

SOLIDWORKS Composer – What is a hotspot?

If you’re using SOLIDWORKS Composer, at one point you may have wondered, what is a hotspot and how can you use it. First, let’s look at what we can do. The hotspot will

SOLIDWORKS Visualize: A New Rendering Tool

by Ramon Busboom

Get a 1st Look at SOLIDWORKS Visualize, a new rendering tool offering the capability to create compelling scenes and ultimately the most realistic content possible. SOLIDWORKS Visualize offers visual content for designers, engineers, content creators and marketing that speaks to all, combining industry-leading rendering capabilities with design-oriented features and workflows.

WHAT’S AN ‘INTERACTIVE DOCUMENT’?

by Daniel Lubbe

SOLIDWORKS Composer contains many avenues for creating accurate & easy to understand content for end users.  The content we create can be broken down into three specific categories: 1.  Images – A.) High Resolution Images – published jpeg,

What’s Next: Conceptual Collaboration by Nathan Dunn

3DExperienceDare to dream: collaborative design with socially connected projects that facilitate design iteration. Wouldn’t that be nice? I know that I could have personally benefited from this concept numerous times. Today

San Diego to host SolidWorks World 2014

by John Lieber

SWW2014 SolidWorks World 2014 is approaching fast! This year, it will be hosted at the San Diego Convention Center starting January 26th and will go through the 29th. Having the privilege of attending

Which Animator Should You Use? by Cali McMillian

[gallery columns="2" ids="3712,3713"] SolidWorks Animator Vs. SolidWorks Composer Animations: Which One Should I Use? This is a simple question with almost as simple an answer, it depends. At SolidWorks Work 2013, my colleague and I tackled this very dilemma in

The Easy & Quick Way to Create Animated Work Instructions by Daniel Lubbe

It’s easy to create animations efficiently and quickly with SolidWorks Composer, as this video shows.  Tune in next Tuesday for the 3rd and final video in this series, Creating Interactive Work Instructions. More About SolidWorks Composer