SOLIDWORKS World Partner Pavilion Preview Part III

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The Partner Pavilion at SOLIDWORKS World 2017 is larger than ever! The Partner Pavilion is as a diverse as the SOLIDWORKS community. In a further first, SOLIDWORKS World 2017 will be the first time that the Rize™ One is showcased publicly. SOLIDWORKS World 2017 Booth Number: 406.

Replacement Water Manifold for 1913 Fire Engine Made with 3D Printing

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SOLIDWORKS Part Reviewer: Z-Chair Tutorial

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Learn more on using the SOLIDWORKS Part Reviewer or viewall the Part Reviewer Tutorials here. Kim Douglas Community & Social Media Specialist for SOLIDWORKS. Enjoys getting lost, sand between toes, vineyards, & football.

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SOLIDWORKS Part Reviewer: Grill Tongs Tutorial

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Learn more on using the SOLIDWORKS Part Reviewer or viewall the Part Reviewer Tutorials here. Kim Douglas Community & Social Media Specialist for SOLIDWORKS. Enjoys getting lost, sand between toes, vineyards, & football.

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SOLIDWORKS Part Reviewer: Tomato Tutorial

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Learn more on using the SOLIDWORKS Part Reviewer or viewall the Part Reviewer Tutorials here. Kim Douglas Community & Social Media Specialist for SOLIDWORKS. Enjoys getting lost, sand between toes, vineyards, & football.

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SOLIDWORKS Part Reviewer: Shower Caddy Tutorial

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Learn more on using the SOLIDWORKS Part Reviewer or viewall the Part Reviewer Tutorials here. Kim Douglas Community & Social Media Specialist for SOLIDWORKS. Enjoys getting lost, sand between toes, vineyards, & football.

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Reducing Environmental Impact with SOLIDWORKS Sustainability Analysis

Javelin Tech Tips

SOLIDWORKS Sustainability Analysis. SOLIDWORKS Sustainability software allows product designers to easily complete a life cycle assessment on the environmental impacts of a product design. Get more information about SOLIDWORKS Sustainability.

SOLIDWORKS Part Reviewer: Grill Spatula Tutorial

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Learn more on using the SOLIDWORKS Part Reviewer or viewall the Part Reviewer Tutorials here. Kim Douglas Community & Social Media Specialist for SOLIDWORKS. Enjoys getting lost, sand between toes, vineyards, & football.

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Motorcycle Madness: Building a Big Bike

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The team is using SOLIDWORKS PDM to keep their design data in one place where they can collaborate, making changes as necessary. They started by testing cuts for sanding. This year, Sal and Albert are working out how to cut down sanding time, while still machining at a brisk pace. “It’s

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SOLIDWORKS Women in Engineering Series – Jordan Coldsmith

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We are happy to feature Jordan Coldsmith as our first recipient of the SOLIDWORKS Women in Engineering Recognition Program for July! Jordan Coldsmith is a  Senior  Civil Engineering Student at Penn State Harrisburgand SOLIDWORKS’ July Women in Engineering Recognition Recipient.

SOLIDWORKS is Helping Build the World’s Fastest Steam Locomotive: Part 2

The Solidworks Blog

This blog post continues the journey of a group of dedicated train enthusiasts who make up the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) T1 Steam Locomotive Trust as they embark on a mission to build the world’s fastest steam locomotive with a little help from SOLIDWORKS. SOLIDWORKS

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Linear Vs Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis Explained

Javelin Tech Tips

The truth is, if you know SOLIDWORKS, you already have the background to take advantage of simulation capabilities, and using Linear vs Nonlinear analyses. SOLIDWORKS Simulation Nonlinear Displacement Plot Time Steps. SOLIDWORKS Simulation SOLIDWORKS Nonlinear Simulation White Paper

SOLIDWORKS Women in Engineering Series: Michelle Sherman

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You can nominate the next recipient for the SOLIDWORKS Women in Engineering Program, honoring the outstanding achievements that women are accomplishing day to day in the engineering community. Author information Kim Douglas Community & Social Media for SOLIDWORKS.

July’s Top 5 SOLIDWORKS Blog Posts

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With time passing by at such an accelerated rate, the SOLIDWORKS blogging team wants to make sure youve been able to stay current with top posts from our Education, Tech and Corporate blogs. Students and Educators have free access to the SOLIDWORKS Student Engineering Kit for the summer!

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Motorcycle Madness: Printing Pressure

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Most of the foam for the bike’s body is cut and sanded, and the plywood for the frame has been machined. Now it’s time to finish up the machined parts and sanding. Some holes need to be plugged with joint compound, then sanded again. Sal Lama with Ben’s motorcycle in AR.

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SOLIDWORKS Women in Engineering Series – Rachel York

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Her first industry job was with 2D legacy projects and the company was going to be using SOLIDWORKS on future ones. After learning about this in her first week, she requested to be involved and immediately received SOLIDWORKS training.

SOLIDWORKS Women in Engineering Series – Emily Reichert

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The CEO & Executive Director for Greentown Labs has been chosen as the August 2014 recipient for the SOLIDWORKS Women in Engineering Recognition Program! Working with SOLIDWORKS: “Greentown Labs has a sponsorship that allows us to provide software for our member companies.

SOLIDWORKS Part Reviewer: Complex Machine Part 2 Tutorial

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Learn the process of creating this machine part by downloading the part below and reviewing with the Part Reviewer tool inside SOLIDWORKS. Learn more on using the SOLIDWORKS Part Reviewer or viewall the Part Reviewer Tutorials here.

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Keep On (Monster) Truckin’: Big Wheels Keep On Turning

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SOLIDWORKS is a proud sponsor of the Magic Wheelchair organization, which builds epic costumes for kiddos in wheelchairs at no cost to families. SOLIDWORKS providing SOLIDWORKS software to volunteer design teams. Counterclockwise from top left: Two sanded wheels, one primed.

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Motorcycle Madness: Revving Up for a Big Finish

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Julian, the Sanding King. Team members spent hours sanding, spackling, sanding again, and hard coating before the machined pieces were ready to connect to the frame. Stephen created the dashboard CAD in SOLIDWORKS, but the team went old school to determine the fit.

First xDesign Challenge Submission: David Antanavige, ULC Robotics

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As promised, here’s the first of the submissions from the xDesign Challenge that took place at SOLIDWORKS World 2018 in February. He has been a SOLIDWORKS user since 2005. Author information Divi Lohiya Divi is a Senior Manager, Product Portfolio Management at SOLIDWORKS.

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Printing Halloween Props with SOLIDWORKS and Stratasys 3D Printers

CADD Edge

Use SOLIDWORKS and Stratasys 3D Printers to make all of your hard to find Halloween costume props a reality. Our solution at CADD Edge is to design your own using SOLIDWORKS and print it out with a Stratasys Mojo FDM Printer.

SOLIDWORKS is Helping Build the World’s Fastest Steam Locomotive: Part 2

The Solidworks Blog

This blog post continues the journey of a group of dedicated train enthusiasts who make up the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) T1 Steam Locomotive Trust as they embark on a mission to build the world’s fastest steam locomotive with a little help from SOLIDWORKS. SOLIDWORKS

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Keep On (Monster) Truckin’: Speeding Towards the Finish Line

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The wheels have been painted, the body has been hard coated and sanded umpteenth times, the decals have been laid out, the LEDs have been tested, the chassis has been fitted, and the last week of work arrived. I must have sanded them off.”). Rob, Albert, and Sal in the mini-Max-D.

Check out the Concept to Consumer Tour Coming to a City Near You This Summer

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So there I was in Los Angeles for SOLIDWORKS World 2018, minding my own business walking between the hotel and convention center when all of a sudden Mike Sande comes zipping by me on this sleek electric scooter.

First xDesign Challenge Submission: David Antanavige, ULC Robotics

The Solidworks Blog

As promised, here’s the first of the submissions from the xDesign Challenge that took place at SOLIDWORKS World 2018 in February. He has been a SOLIDWORKS user since 2005. Author information Divi Lohiya Divi is a Senior Manager, Product Portfolio Management at SOLIDWORKS.

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Keep On (Monster) Truckin’: Smoothing Bumps in the Road

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Originally, all the building and sanding was happening inside the 3D EXPERIENCE Lab. It’s perfect for working on a large project like the mini-Max-D, and as the build gets closer and closer to fruition, the space needed to sand, hard coat, paint, and assemble grows.

Keep On (Monster) Truckin’: Meet the Team

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Late hours, technical expertise, and, in the case of the SOLIDWORKS Magic Wheelchair build, a knowledge of CAD. A large group of people worked on the mini-Max-D build, and there were two threads that connected them: they all work at SOLIDWORKS and they all want to do it again.

Keep On (Monster) Truckin’: The Reveal

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After six long weeks, after untold hours working late into the night, the SOLIDWORKS Magic Wheelchair build team reached their deadline and had one heck of a product to show for it. Jonah was a natural in front of all the cameras at the reveal (SOLIDWORKS, Monster Jam, and Fox Sports 1).

Keep On (Monster) Truckin’: Detailing the Max-D

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For members of the SOLIDWORKS Magic Wheelchair build team, however, Maximum Destruction is in the details. It’s a great idea, but with barely a month to create their mini-Max-D, the SOLIDWORKS team forwent the cardboard and instead stuck with what they know best: CAD. “We’ve

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Concept to Consumer Tour Will Break Down Lifecycle of URB-E Project

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Using SOLIDWORKS CAD , URB-E was able to utilize the powerful 2D Layout sketch functionality within an assembly to optimize this desired folding motion. You can make changes quickly, and in one place.” – SOLIDWORKS Help File.

Women in Engineering

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The SOLIDWORKS Women in Engineering program was created to help recognize theoutstanding achievements that women are accomplishing day to day in the engineeringfield and community. One honoree will be chosen per month by theSOLIDWORKS Women in Engineering Board.The

The Evolution of Online Shopping

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Let’s take a look at the steps it takes to move from CAD to consumer with SOLIDWORKS Sell. To get started, users can enable the SOLIDWORKS Sell add-in inside of SOLIDWORKS (after the installation process), to bring up the desktop uploader.* The Evolution of Online Shopping.

Taking First-World Problem Way Too Seriously and Solving it with xDesign

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So instead of spending money on sunscreen and smelling like a beach every morning, I’ll let SOLIDWORKS xDesign do the work. Author information Ben Arnold Ben Arnold is a SOLIDWORKS Product Management Intern.

Community Spotlight: Tracked Mobility

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His dream is to help people with disabilities independently glide over the deep sand of beaches, traverse forest trails, explore national parks, and join family and friends in outdoor activities in places where conventional wheelchairs simply cannot go. The Cisco Kid to the Rescue.

The Ride of Matt Schmotzer’s Life: The Invertigo Roller Coaster

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While studying for his master’s degree, as well as working at Ford Motors, Matt embarked on a side project that combined both of his passions: creating a 3D-printed replica of the Invertigo Roller Coaster, which he designed in SOLIDWORKS. What other projects have you designed in SOLIDWORKS?

An Introduction to Designing for Metal 3D Printing

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0.152 mm), and surface finishes similar to that of a sand casting. Author information Eric Utley Eric is a 3D printing applications engineer at Proto Labs The post An Introduction to Designing for Metal 3D Printing appeared first on The SOLIDWORKS Blog.