During this short video, learn to use the new features of SOLIDWORKS 2016 Model Based Definition (MBD) to document parts and assemblies. We will look at dimension creation, new display styles, MBD for assemblies, and creating custom templates for 3D PDFs with multiple viewports and fully featured bills of materials.
SOLIDWORKS MBD enables manufacturing to receive the exact information they need in 3D without trying to make sense of multiple 2D drawings. Avoid frequent back and forth updates between engineering and production by using SOLIDWORKS MBD.
Written by Geoffrey King
Geoffrey King is an Applications Engineer at Alignex, Inc. He holds an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering and a M.S. in Aerospace Engineering Sciences from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Geoffrey is passionate about working on emerging technology including UAVs, aviation and human spaceflight. In his free time Geoff can be found wandering the jungle, scuba diving or parachuting.