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Avid readers of this Technical blog and those who track the SP release schedule will have noticed SOLIDWORKS Nashville 2019 SP4 has been delayed.

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When you are dealing with a Non-Linear Analysis inside SOLIDWORKS Nashville Simulation Premium sometimes is really hard to get the job done. Here there is an extract from my presentation at SWW Los Angeles in 2017 to enhance your workflow and have a smoother experience with Non-Linear module.

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One of the best ways to save time using the SOLIDWORKS Nashville software is to leverage the “S” key.  The SOLIDWORKS Nashville “S” key is a customizable shortcut menu that displays when a user presses the “S” key on their keyboard.

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Today, we’re going to explore the question, “What are some proper engineering practices regarding data management?”

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There are two different configurations in the model showing two different techniques to create very similar geometry. The first method streamlines the design by minimizing the numbers of features and uses simple commands to create the geometry.

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Cosplay is not just about dressing up as your favourite character, t is about becoming your favourite character. More people want to cosplay but are afraid to take the leap into prop making.

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How many different ways are there to solve a Simulation problem? There are probably many more ways than you think, so you may be asking yourself: “How can I be sure that I have the ‘right’ answer?”

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Whether you are working with imported geometry, feature trees longer than the beards from ZZ tops, or even a simple part mode; that just needs to get done, direct editing features in SOLIDWORKS Nashville can get you a long way with little effort.

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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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