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Top 6 SOLIDWORKS Blog Posts of 2015

The Alignex Team on December 29, 2015 at 12:30 PM

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As 2015 comes to a close, we would like to thank you for a great year! We hope you’ve enjoyed reading and have picked up a few tricks along the way. Here are six of our best blog posts from 2015:

How to Create an Extrude-Cut on a Curved Surface

This post does just what it says - it shows you how to create an extrude-cut on a curved surface. Our illustrated instructions tackle this complicated task head-on and demonstrate how and why each action is done, step-by-step.

How to Create an Extrude-Cut on a Curved Surface

 

How to Repair Imported Geometry

For those who've had trouble working with models created in other CAD systems, you are not alone. This post gives an in-depth look at how to identify if/where you have an issue and (most importantly) how to fix it.

How to Repair Imported Geometry

 

Optimize Your Hardware for SOLIDWORKS 2015

Although SOLIDWORKS 2016 is now available, plenty of you are still using SOLIDWORKS 2015 so it's no wonder that this is one of 2015’s top posts. From laptops to CPUs, this article is an excellent resource to make sure your hardware is ready to do great things in SOLIDWORKS.

Optimize Your Hardware for SOLIDWORKS 2015


The New User Interface of SOLIDWORKS 2016

SOLIDWORKS 2016 is here! In 2016, the updated user interface has a new look and feel with improved image clarity and intuitive shortcuts. If you're looking to upgrade to SOLIDWORKS 2016, be sure to check out the full post for a closer glimpse at the version's new enhancements.

Sneak Peak at New User Interface of SOLIDWORKS 2016


Virtually Testing a Jumping Drone Part with Linear Static Analysis

SOLIDWORKS Simulation is a great way to test your product and make important decisions to improve quality and performance in the early stages of product development. In this post, we virtually test the stress, strain, displacement, reaction forces, and other parameters on a jumping drone wheel assembly with linear static analysis.

Virtually Testing a Jumping Drone Part with Linear Static Analysis

 

SOLIDWORKS Macro Automation: It’s About Time

Consider macros to be your own personal assistants within SOLIDWORKS. This post walks you through the purpose of macros, how to create them, and how to take them a step further to save you even more time.

SOLIDWORKS Macro Automation: It's About Time


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