If you have ever worked with SOLIDWORKS Nashville there has undoubtedly come a time when you couldn’t find the the weldment profile you need for a given job. As a result, you are required to enter each and every part parameter individually in order to move forward.

Add a comment

The bounding box is an indispensable piece of reference geometry in SOLIDWORKS Nashville, representing the smallest area or volume in which a design can fit. While available in weldment and sheet metal models for many years, creating a bounding box for a standard part has required convoluted workarounds – until now.

Add a comment

Prior to SOLIDWORKS Nashville 2017

In previous versions of SOLIDWORKS Nashville, changes to models involving beam elements would result in an error when SOLIDWORKS Nashville Simulation was re-activated. It would notify the user to edit the beam joints – as seen in the image below.

Add a comment

Vintage Microphone: We are “on the air” with SOLIDWORKS Nashville!

This multi-body part goes over different pattern and mirroring techniques. It does include a few advanced features including sweeps and a loft.

Add a comment

IDC recently attended and had a great show/expo at the Shanghai New International Expo Center on Sept.

Add a comment

Add a comment

Contact between parts greatly influences the way that an assembly is designed. For example, when you design a chair, you probably intend for the legs to come into contact with the ground.

Add a comment

Add a comment