It’s time for a project! This time, it’s all about Iron Man and creating a helmet of my own using SOLIDWORKS, Stratasys 3D Printing and casting technology.
A winner is announced for the Generative Design Challenge! Find out how Inspire was used to improve a part and assembly design to come ahead.
The PROPAGATE command is another example of how SOLIDWORKS Electrical will not only increase your productivity but does so in a way that we can also ensure accuracy. Learn more.
Kate Hedberg, Application Engineer at GoEngineer, recently created a model of the Star Wars ship Millennium Falcon and, using SOLIDWORKS® Visualize, “traveled” the known universe—in pictures!
Learn how Ben Modic uses SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation to compare bicycle seatpost designs for optimal performance. Happy Riding!
Check out how the new feature Branch and Merge in SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional 2018 helped improve the design of a failed 3D print.
In January 1996 product design consultant Hugo Haselhuhn began using the first release of SOLIDWORKS 95; he transitioned his Honeywell engineering team from 2D AutoCAD to 3D solid modeling. Learn more.
Here is a story about a man, his puppy, and how he leveraged SOLIDWORKS Weldments to benefit the both of them. Let’s dive in!in!
Coworker Kitchen Rescue Part 2: Using SolidWorks and 3D Printing to Solve an Everyday Inconvenience. This is take two! Let’s begin.
Follow along with us as we show you how we applied SOLIDWORKS and 3D printing to solve an everyday inconvenience in the kitchen. Let’s get started!
GoEngineer’s GoAutomate tool takes the complexity out of product configuration in SOLIDWORKS. Mechanical engineers can now enjoy the power of CAD automation without having to learn a programming language or buy expensive product configuration software.
It’s that time of year for the biggest and most exciting event for engineers! That’s right, SOLIDWORKS World 2018 is here. Here’s a little recap of Day 1, General Session.
Super Bowl LII is a whisper away and I’m not even going to pretend that it’s the game I’m most excited for. Why? Because I’m all about the nosh! Find out how SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal was used as a snack solution.
Tuning the characteristics of torsional springs with conventional prototyping tools is a challenging problem. Learn how we do it in this post.
In this post, you will learn how SOLIDWORKS PDM makes data management simple and efficient with a familiar Windows Explorer-based interface.