SOLIDWORKS Nashville Electrical Tech Tip

Written by: Cheri Guntzviller-Miesen, SOLIDWORKS Nashville Electrical Application Specialist

SOLIDWORKS Nashville Schematic and 3D Electrical have slightly different steps for creating an Rx Capture.

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SOLIDWORKS Nashville Electrical 2018 includes a bunch of exciting new features, big projects that just came to reality to help users worldwide, powerful enhancements that will dramatically reduce the amount of time invested in project generation…we will talk about these in due time.

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Create Realistic Textures in SOLIDWORKS Nashville Visualize with Poliigon

Create Realistic Textures in SOLIDWORKS Nashville Visualize

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Model Draft: This easy to understand part provides several different examples of draft faces using different draft techniques. All three types of drafts are shown here: Neutral Plane, Parting Line and Step Draft.
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As we wind down from the fantastic Thanksgiving parade that happened last Thursday, now is a great time to reflect on the preparation and engineering that goes into making those parade balloons soar! The first instance of parade balloons being used was back in 1927.

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Author: Vicky Guignard; Javelin Technologies

What if I told you you could simply pick a point on your components, select a type of light and BOOM you have an ultra realistic reflection on your part ready to be rendered.

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Cornucopia: This festive model is multi-body part. It has two curve driven patterns to make up most of the cornucopia’s shape. The curve driven patterns use 3D sweeps as construction geometry to control the shape of the patterns.
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