in the attached file when following the procedure shown, at item 4 i am unable to select both sketches as it apparently recognizes them both as one(?). The sketches seem to be "greyed" out as well. Can you help?
If no, then I would say that we move the components that use to build the assembly into the folder another area. That way we only have one version stored for each part number and they should always be current
no need to have PDM to work with only one folder, if you have numbering system for file name. but, as i used PDM, there is some limit to Don't reproduce, because PDM work with the use of a Windows interface, etc... for example for a network system (no local files on the computer) : "Library" is sub divided with each folder for a brand,…
I would like to leave the project folders the way they were finalized because this provides a reference to what files were used in the assemblies and perhaps is saved in a way that allows you to make changes inside that folder. Again, I am not clear if the Solidworks Assemblies and Parts (Components) need to reside in the same working folder?
1-9hg8oph wrote: Regarding the CSWA test, .. It is not proper to discuss specific exam questions in a public forum. Make up a generalized assembly that illustrates the same behavior and reference the generalized assembly in formulating questions.
Has anyone done the Repairing Imported Geometry Module and had issues with importing the file? The module says I should be getting 3 invalid faces to repair, but I'm getting 3 invalid edges instead. I can't follow along after that point, because I'm getting different results. Here's what I'm getting: And here's what the module says I…(Show moreShow less)
Hey Dan. Thanks for your help. There was a green arrow and I dissolved the feature, but it didn't change the Check Entity and Import Diagnostic results. However, turning off the 3D Interconnect setting in System Options before importing the file did change the results! Now I can finish this lesson! Thanks again!
Since upgrading to Solidworks 2020 a few months ago, multiple users have experienced Solidworks disappearing from their machines. The installs were done via the admin image, which has also been unreliable in pushing out installs consistently (sometimes the install fails, other times the status never updates from "install scheduled)." In some…(Show moreShow less)
I was recently laid off and thought I would take the time I have while job searching to finally take my CSWP. I obviously want to practice a bit beforehand as I don't want to pay to take the test more than once and money is a bit tight so can't afford to buy it and I'm not a student. Is there a way to get a version of solidworks for cheap or free…(Show moreShow less)
After you join the EAA and get your copy of SW, do the Model Mania challenges and watch the videos. You'll pick up a lot of good quick techniques and they are good examples of what you may be asked to do. https://blogs.solidworks.com/tech/2020/03/20-years-of-model-mania.html