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Mating Parts To Create Assemblies - SolidWorks tutorial
SolidWorks has a simple, yet powerful mating feature. It is used for joining parts in an assembly and simulating how they fit together and move together. The picture of the engine above shows an intricate assembly. This tutorial will cover the most basic mates that we will use to simulate simple mechanical systems.
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Solidworks 2005 - Solidnetwork License And Administration Guide
This document describes how to install the SolidNetWork License (SNL) software. It also describes how to upgrade your SNL installation. Note : Review the Read This First document prior to installing the SNL software.
Using the 2d to 3d geometrical transitions, the kitchen cabinet represents a collection of simple geometry patterns that introduce the major components of SolidWorks. In addition, the SolidWorks Email Conversion Operation allows students to submit teacher approved projects into the student proficiency portfolio. Students are also require to create a top, front and right view on graph paper. Contributed by Al Wooton.
Viewing An Edrawing When The Email Attachment Has Been Blocked By Ms Outlook
eDrawings are often created as .exe files. Microsoft Outlook blocks potentially dangerous attachments such as .exe files. Outlook will prevent an eDrawing from being saved, opened or forwarded to another email address. Fortunately, there is fairly easy trick to get around this (or any blocked attachment for that matter). For other ways to do this, see the attached link.
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Iges Files In Solidworks
Could someone help me out with one issue, how to import properly IGES files (surfaces) into SW creating solid body?