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Using Notifications (events) In Solidworks Macros
Notifications or Events give you a powerful method for triggering code to run when something happens in SolidWorks. This is the ideal method, for example, if you would like to run a procedure that checks to see if certain file properties have been filled out when a user saves a part. Unlike typical macros which run after the user clicks a button or manually runs the macro, macros that use notifications run continuously.
Creating A Section View In An Additional Sheet.
** Free Login Requried ** CAD engineer Jon Gifford shows us how to create a section view in a sheet other than your parent view.
From Unigraphics To Solidworks In 1 Click
UG translation to SolidWorks with cadcam-e translator.
Solidworks For The Sheet Metal Guy - Course 1: Part Creation
"SolidWorks for the Sheet Metal Guy - Course 1: Part Creation" demonstrates how to create real life sheet metal parts utilizing the basic command features provided in the SolidWorks Sheet Metal toolbar. Written in terms sheet metal people know and understand, this new book is a fun and engaging way to explore the sheet metal capabilities of SolidWorks at your own pace.
Learning Areas and Volumes
This lesson shows the importance of knowing an objects size in volume and area are practical things we use all the time. This lesson plan relates to actual circumstances. Students will receive mathematical practice in solving simple types of problems in everyday life. Knowing how many cubic feet of items there are to be moved can more efficiently be used to rent the right size of truck. This lesson provides reinforcement to the memorization of the simple formulas with areas and volumes and shows students how math relates to the real world. Students will learn how to draw simple 3 dimensional shapes of known sizes that can help demonstrate the truck requirements. Students will also see what size of truck and the estimated gas mileage as given on the rent-a-truck's web site. Contributed by Richard Williams, Nevada.