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As we know, every year, SOLIDWORKS releases a new version with hundreds of new features and functionalities. From innovative new functionalities to all-new product offerings, this blog post will put you in a time machine and take you on a journey through the history of SOLIDWORKS.
In this Insight tutorial, we explain how to reuse custom groups in other Insight projects and share some helpful bonus tips when using the software. Custom Groups is a tool in Stratasys’ Insight software that, by default, stays within the file that you are working in. To use the custom group on a new 3D printed part or to share it with a colleague, you will need to export those groups.
Before we get started, it is critical to know that clearing your CAMWorks registry is generally a troubleshooting last resort. We take some caution in this article, but being informed is essential. It is possible to put yourself in an unfortunate situation by poking around in your registry, so please don’t experiment while doing this.
Within SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic, custom line types can be added and applied to wire styles, layers, and cable styles. To create or add line types, within the project template, go to the Project tab > Configurations > Drawing style… If you do not have a drawing style associated with your project, select either imperial or metric style, and select Add to project.
DSLS (Dassault Systèmes Licensing Service) is a cloud-hosted licensing service that removes the need for a dedicated physical machine to act as the licensing server. The service is managed entirely by Dassault Systèmes and requires almost no intervention by you, the user, or an IT team.
Ever-increasing computing capabilities have allowed program developers to incorporate the fundamental engineering equations describing fluid flow into fast and accurate CFD simulation programs. CFD results allow virtual comparison of multiple design ideas and examination of the tradeoffs. In the process, the number of prototypes needed to achieve an acceptable design can be significantly reduced.
The world of dental prosthetics is on the cusp of a significant transformation, all thanks to Stratasys, a global leader in polymer 3D printing solutions. Stratasys recently unveiled an innovative product set to redefine the way dental laboratories approach the fabrication of dentures: TrueDent™. This groundbreaking 3D printed denture technology is primed to address the increasing challenges faced by dental laboratories in catering to the growing prosthetic needs of edentulous patients.
Over the years, GoEngineer customers have asked Technical Support how to change the orientation of a part file created in SOLIDWORKS. This tutorial explains a couple of ways to do this on a feature-based model. The best method we have found to change the orientation of an existing SOLIDWORKS part is using the Orientation dialog box.