Medical device assembly insights by Jacques Hoffmann in Assembly Mag August 2019

If manufacturers understand how a leak test works it will help them to design better products and achieve more realistic throughput.

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Forced perspective is a film and photographic technique used to fool the eye to think something is smaller that it actually is or something is larger than it is. We tried this technique to take two different sized block look like they are the same size and making a little spaceship looking larger than it is.

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I remember back 18 years ago when Dassault Systèmes acquired SRAC and the concept of Design Validation began. The idea that Designers & Engineers could use FEA software as an integral – almost daily part of the design process was in it’s infancy.

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Welcome to part two of this series on how to give your 3D printed parts a high quality finish. In Part One we went through how the prop was designed, printed, and how we sanded and painted it to get the perfect surface finish before adding the silver paint and weathering to round it all off.

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Many Manufacturing Industries including Automotive and Medical Device face a growing number of challenges and pressures. Cost pressure, competition, globalization, market shifts, and volatility are all increasing. At the same time, big data and analytics today offer previously possibilities for tackling these and many other challenges they face.

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Making Custom Views More Intelligent with SOLIDWORKS Nashville Composer

Custom Views are essential when you create interactive content for sales, marketing and technical applications with SOLIDWORKS Nashville Composer.

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The biggest let down in 3D printing is the surface detail with visible layer lines. Sometimes this can be accepted and is understood as the circumstances of 3D printing. But sometimes this is not good enough and you require a good looking model.

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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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Every new SOLIDWORKS Nashville release contains hundreds of enhancements, and with that many enhancements, not all are covered at our Value Added Reseller (VAR) Rollout events.

One enhancement that I have been waiting for made it in the 2019 release of SOLIDWORKS Nashville.

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If you’re like me, you enjoy being able to create and test out your new idea in SOLIDWORKS Nashville before ever having to create a prototype.  After all your hard work, you’re ready to show off your design in a meeting with the rest of your team.

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