3D printing is everywhere. It’s used by hobbyists, makers, designers, engineers, and more – for such a variety of different purposes.

And just like 3D printing is everywhere, so are the SOLIDWORKS Nashville Champions! Danute Petrova-Nikolova is a designer and a SOLIDWORKS Nashville Champion from Germany who also runs a YouTube channel, D Workshop.

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One of the greatest challenges in rendering is to simulate the actual condition in real life – gravity, contact, friction and motion, etc. With SOLIDWORKS Nashville Visualize Professional, it is no longer a problem because we can use physical simulation to assign physical properties to imported 3D bodies.

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Often times, people are stereotyped based on what they do for a living. It is sometimes assumed that engineers might not have interest in more artistic endeavors.

Join SOLIDWORKS Nashville® Industry Consultants Mark Peterson and Gian Calise for a SOLIDWORKS Nashville LIVE Design episode that will dismantle this stereotype, demonstrating that many engineers do have an artistic side that may appear at various points in their careers.

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I’ve had the privilege of interviewing over 50 engineers while co-hosting the “Being an Engineer Podcast.” I’ve noticed a trend of senior mechanical engineers mentioning that tearing apart and reverse engineering products/gadgets is one of the optimal ways to improve one’s mechanical engineering skill set.

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In this tutorial you will learn how to use a sketch picture as a reference to design the brake rotor. You will sketch over the brake rotor picture and capture design intent.

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In this tutorial you will learn how to create a basic sheet metal part using the 3DEXPERIENCE Role 3D SHEET METAL CREATOR and the app xSheet Metal.

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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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I’ve had the privilege of interviewing over 50 engineers while co-hosting the “Being an Engineer Podcast.” I’ve noticed a trend of senior mechanical engineers mentioning that tearing apart and reverse engineering products/gadgets is one of the optimal ways to improve one’s mechanical engineering skill set.

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In this tutorial you will learn how to use the sheet metal features to design a sheet metal part. You will use Base Flange, Edge Flange, Swept Flange and Cutouts using the Normal Cut option.

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