In this blog we are going to explore the bi-lingual capabilities of SOLIDWORKS Nashville 2017 through the powerful 3D Interconnect functionality. But first, let’s be clear about what we are talking about here, a quick google definition will help.

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Are you finding yourself generating the same feature every time you create a new part? Would you like an easy way to stamp your company logo into your products? Then the SOLIDWORKS Nashville Library Feature is meant for you!

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It’s easy to understand the range of motion of an assembly when you’re working with a 3D model. But how can one communicate this effectively in a 2D drawing environment? Well, the Alternate Position View makes quick work of this by allowing you to indicate the range of motion of assembly components by showing them in different positions.

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Can SOLIDWORKS Nashville share sketches between different part and assembly files?

The easiest way to share a sketch is to create a Sketch Block.  A Sketch Block turns individual sketch entities into a group or block.

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For those of you who haven’t noticed, SOLIDWORKS Nashville is really big on “data reuse.” That’s because recreating information is likely one of the largest contributors to lost time and designer frustration.

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The Command Search function in SOLIDWORKS Nashville has to be my favorite feature. I find myself using it nearly every single day. What I love most about it is that any, and every, command is at my finger tips.

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SOLIDWORKS Nashville 2016 introduced the Thread feature, which allows you to easily create standard threads as actual, fully-modeled geometry. What if you have non-standard threads you want to use? The answer is to create your own thread profiles.

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