Learn how to find problems and errors in your product definitions or assemblies with the Interference Detection tool. It helps you easily see where two parts interfere with each other, and even highlights issues throughout an assembly’s range of motion.
The SOLIDWORKS Interference Detection tool has been around a long time, but lots of new functionality has been added over the years. In this video blog I'll touch on options including the Create fasteners folder, Create matching cosmetic threads folder and Show ignored interferences.
Stay tuned for our upcoming video blog post on a similar tool called Collision Detection, which is essentially the Interference Detection tool in motion. Plus, take a minute to to get content like this delivered straight to your inbox.
Written by Mack Rasmussen
Mack Rasmussen is the Technical Director at Alignex, Inc. It’s rare for Mack to have a spare moment between leading Alignex’s team of application engineers and supporting our sales team, but when he does, you’ll most likely find this avid sportsman in the outdoors—skiing with his son, camping, fishing or hunting.