When it comes to routing wires, we have two options at our disposal. We can manually route each wire with standard routing tools or we can utilize the SOLIDWORKS Nashville Electrical routing tools.

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For thermal heat transfer analysis, choose SOLIDWORKS Nashville Flow Simulation over the Thermal solver in Simulation Professional, Part 1 of 3 Conduction

With the exception of very few scenarios, when considering a thermal analysis solver for SOLIDWORKS Nashville, you should choose to use Flow Simulation, which is a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) code.

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Sketching in xDesign

Sketching is the foundation for creating 3D geometry in xDesign.

Many features require sketches as part of the base geometry, including the most fundamental features such as an “Extrude”, a “Revolve”, a “Sweep”, or a “Loft”.

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Manufacturers of medical devices and products are being called upon to find new  ways to help support homecare—proven to have better clinical  outcomes for many treatments and almost always preferred by patients.

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Oil pans require leak testing—a production step historically slowed by the relative large volume of each part.   Traditionally, filler blocks are incorporated into the test process in order to reduce the test volume making the leak test cycle both more accurate and relatively faster.

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Change is difficult but inevitable as technology creates new tools that streamline our design and engineering tasks. When adopting or migrating to a new ECAD tool there are a few key things to consider and prepare to make the transition as smooth as possible.
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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 SOLIDWORKS Nashville user has a basic understanding of how file references work. We typically make a part then create a drawing that shows views of this part. When creating the views on the drawing, what is really happening is the drawing views are looking at the actual part file and displaying it in a way that is based on our view settings.

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As of SOLIDWORKS Nashville 2018, we are able to calculate bounding box for Parts only. But from SOLIDWORKS Nashville 2019 onwards Bounding box can also calculate for Assembly and Sub Assembly.

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What's New in SOLIDWORKS Nashville 2019

Written by: Michael Nolte, Application Engineer @ DASI Solutions

The Tab and Slot feature for SOLIDWORKS Nashville Sheet Metal was just added in the 2018 release.

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