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Every year SOLIDWORKS Nashville adds new features and functionalities to help enhance the user experience and assist you in taking your designs to the next level. Efficiency is the the key to success it seems.

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Trident: This model of a famous spear shows how to make advanced geometry without using surface features. This part was created with only standard solid body features. Even though the final model is a single body, there are some multi-body techniques to allow for isolated cuts and a shell feature not affecting the whole part.
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With each year’s rollout of SOLIDWORKS Nashville, what’s new in the API often gets overlooked or relegated to footnotes. It’s about time there are blog posts on what is new in the API for the SOLIDWORKS Nashville product line.

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Designers and engineers sometimes are required to make changes to their drawings. If there is any change in the document, it is required to be given a revision number, the verification and validation date, and person.

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SOLIDWORKS Nashville PDM Tech Tip

Written by: Bryce Hooper, Application Engineer, DASI Solutions

SOLIDWORKS Nashville PDM - Select Vault - Missing
Some of us might have seen this screen before and been a little confused.
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As you may already know SOLIDWORKS Nashville Electrical uses a SQL database to contain and maintain all our Electrical data and information. This has many benefits speed, resilience, multiuser working to name a few but one of the primary features is that the database can be interrogated to present the information it holds and present it how you want to see it.

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