Author Archives: David Cersley

David Cersley

About David Cersley

David has been using SOLIDWORKS since 2005 across multiple industries most notably Golf Club Design. He owned and operated a successful design and consulting company that used SOLIDWORKS to bring napkin sketches to production. The industries he's been a part of range from Medical, Aquaponics, Forging, CNC Shops, Roto-Molding factories. He is a proud father to daughter Emmaline (8) and is a husband of 19 years. He is a two-time Ironman finisher and recently qualified for the Boston Marathon.

Curve Through XYZ Points…

by David Cersley

Sweep the Leg Image Example - SOLIDWORKS Complex Curves

In one of my recent classes a student asked, “Can I use an Excel file to create a 3D sketch that can be then swept?” The answer is yes, and I decided to show him and the entire class the

Computer Hanging Up? Check your CPU or GPU.

by David Cersley

CPU

Are you starting to notice that when rendering a file or when rotating an assembly in SOLIDWORKS that the image becomes pixelated or hangs up? Learn some tips that might fix it in this blog post.

SOLIDWORKS CAD Stalls at Loading Task Planes

by David Cersley

You sit down at your computer and go to start SOLIDWORKS—OMG! It won’t load. It’s hung up! What do you do? Relax. Using the se steps, you’ll be up and running in no time flat.