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Using Sketch Pictures To Capture Design Intent
Using Sketch Pictures To Capture Design Intent
When creating new designs, there may be a picture or image created by an industrial designer, or picture of a prototype, that could be used as an aide to creating the design. One way to do this is to insert a picture into the sketch and sketch over the image. Figure 1 shows an example of a part created from an original sketch. The sketch was inserted as a sketch and new features were created.
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Parametric Model Insanity: 5 Ways to Capture Change in SolidWorks Parts
Parametric Model Insanity: 5 Ways to Capture Change in SolidWorks Parts
control with sketch, using derived sketches, create surface, plane, multibody parts
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Flexes, 
  Hexes and Vexes - modeling small plastic bottle cap 
  using Flex command in SolidWorks, Gabi Jack
Flexes, Hexes and Vexes - modeling small plastic bottle cap using Flex command in SolidWorks, Gabi Jack"s Blog, May 13, 2008
Flexes, Hexes and Vexes - modeling small plastic bottle cap using Flex command in SolidWorks, Gabi Jack"s Blog, May 13, 2008
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Screen Capture
Screen Capture
Tool captures SolidWorks window excluding SolidWorks user interface
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A Real World View
A Real World View
New Camera view in SolidWorks provides users viewing capabilities while designing a product
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How 
to Improve Sheet Metal Part Design
How to Improve Sheet Metal Part Design
Features like CommandManager, Edge Flanges, Closed Corners, and Rip enhance sheetmetal part design capabilities in SolidWorks 2006
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Top 10 Underused Features in SolidWorks
Top 10 Underused Features in SolidWorks
Highlights useful but neglected capabilities
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SolidWorks Tip: 5 Ways to Use Treehouse to Speed Assembly Design
SolidWorks Tip: 5 Ways to Use Treehouse to Speed Assembly Design
Use it to aid bidding process, reduce busy work, capture design, sets up a methodology, start at design reviews
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Improved 
Plastics Capabilities
Improved Plastics Capabilities
Video demos automated creation of lip and groove fastening features, rib with draft in SolidWorks 2009, Dassault Systems SolidWorks Corp
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CircuitWorks - Electro Meets Mechanical, Pt 1
CircuitWorks - Electro Meets Mechanical, Pt 1
Exploring CircuitWorks as stand-alone product and bi-directional capabilities within SolidWorks
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New Bend Relief Capabilities in SolidWorks 2007
New Bend Relief Capabilities in SolidWorks 2007
Learning about Corner Trim command
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Solidworks - The Right Tool For Creating Detailed Drawings
Solidworks - The Right Tool For Creating Detailed Drawings
Exploring the application`s drawing capabilities.
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SolidWorks 
2009 Hidden Enhancements: Print Interface
SolidWorks 2009 Hidden Enhancements: Print Interface
"current screen image" replacing "selection" option for easy screen capturing, printing of part in drawing
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Macro Basics
Macro Basics
One of the best places to start working with the SolidWorks API (application programming interface) is to use its macro recording capability. When you record a macro in SolidWorks, you are able to record the Basic code required to accomplish many tasks. There are some limitations to what is recorded in a macro, but most of the basic functionality is automatic.
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Converting 
Autodesk Inventor iPart Factories to Toolbox Parts
Converting Autodesk Inventor iPart Factories to Toolbox Parts
Exporting Inventor iPart data to populate design table in SolidWorks for a socket head cap screw
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