The Challenge

  • Have the hermetic seals, required for your medical product to remain aseptic been compromised during the manufacturing process?
  • Have manufacturing steps such as welding unwittingly introduced blockages that prevent a device from functioning as designed?
  • Are your products sufficiently leak-proof such that contaminants are kept out permanently and that sterilization steps are not undone?
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This is Part 1 of a 2 Part SOLIDWORKS Nashville Tutorial series on how to create a Wooden Toy Pram. In part 1 you will learn how to create the main structure of the pram, which involves the use of Boss Extrude, Cut Extrude, Insert Parts, the Combine Tool and Mirror Bodies.It will also show how to import DXF files to use as sketches.

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To me, the phrase ‘the world is nonlinear’ sums up why designers need access to powerful, yet easy to use simulation tools. Simply put ‘the world is nonlinear’ means that the response of a system is disproportional to the inputs.

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Hello to all,

Welcome to the new edition of the SOLIDWORKS Nashville Support Monthly News!  This monthly news blog is co-authored by members of the SOLIDWORKS Nashville Technical Support teams worldwide.

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In 2020, eDrawings Pro VR will introduce a host of new features, bug fixes, and improvements for eDrawings VR. We took your feedback, combined it with our own passion for VR, and built something incredible.

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Sometimes when setting up a render, you’ll want to change the color of a specific part, only to find out that part is combined with another part. Instead of taking it back to your CAD software to split the parts, instead use the integrated Part Splitting Tool in Visualize! The Part Splitter is perfect for separating multiple meshes that imported as one part or pulling out a section of a mesh so that a separate appearance can be applied to it.

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Mannequin: This model is intended to highlight the power of Instant 3D in a part. Enable Instant 3D, highlight the sketch named ‘Skeleton’ and drag the blue handles to articulate the Mannequin.

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Did you know there is a functionality inside SOLIDWORKS Nashville Electrical that allows you to customize almost the entire interface to your liking? Prefer a darker background? Done. Want a larger crosshair? No problem.

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What if I told you I built this entire gazebo with just two sketches?

You’re probably thinking, “I could build it with one super complicated 3D sketch, but why would I want to do that?”
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