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Scott Friday
I have a pipe that comes out of a head perpendicular to the header, a basic T configuration. I am trying to model the weld for that saddle joint. It requires that the end of the pipe have a 45 degree bevel all the way around, starting with the inside face of the pipe and opening toward the outside face of the pipe. I have tried all manner of swept… (Show more)
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Li Jiaxian
What are your most impressive tricks of solidworks, Please spread this question to more people. It is better to list 5~10 tricks for others, we will accumulated more and more in future.
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Jerry Myer
(This may have been asked before, if so, if you kindly led me to a pertinent discussion I would appreciate it.  I have read several threads that didn't particularly go where I wanted.)   I am working on a part (or components) that consists of 4 pieces, and doing top-down methods for the first time.  The pieces are to be 3D printed, and also… (Show more)
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Raul González
Buenas tardes,   Cuando hago una tabla de diseño y me aparecen, por ejemplo, 50 configuraciones. No me deja ordenarlas, por ejemplo por número. En mi caso tengo piezas con diferentes largos. de 50 a 3.000. Pero no puedo organizarlas automáticamente según valor.
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Jeremy Kepley
Hey all, I keep coming up to an issue where I am working top-down and would like to create subasemblies/subweldments from my top level assembly.  Is there a way to use the "form new subassembly" and not lose all the mates I have established? For example, in the photo, the box and the two mounting plates are a part of one weldment, while the tube… (Show more)
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Da Nigri
Hi everyone, first time posting here, so sorry if I`m making any mistakes with formatting and so.. I am working on a bike project and, for the handle, I thought of something like the image below..   Any ideas on how can I create this pattern (preferably on a curved/cylindrical object)?   I appreciate any kind of help and thanks!    
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Joseph Sarhadian
Hi,   Please see attached the question that I have regarding the delete and patch feature. This is a  STEP file. I used Delete and patch feature to remove the surface fillets.   I appreciate your help.   Thank you, Joseph
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Grant Mattis
I have been convinced to apply to present at SWW2018 by Alin Vargatu. The company that I work for is also giving me full support and allowing me to use their models in my presentation. I'm also a continuing education instructor at a local community college so have experience presenting. What I need help with is the language that will attract… (Show more)
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Matt Regan
I'm looking for advice on methods for modeling a part that will be fabricated from cut (laser, water jet, plasma, etc) plates of steel and then welded together.   I have been using solidworks for many years to make parts for CNC machining and assembles of such parts, but I'm having trouble figuring out a good workflow for these kinds of models. I… (Show more)
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Mahdi Amirabadi
hey guys i was designing an old sewing machine with solidworks and i have almost done all the parts but one part i dont know the mechanism of this rotary to reciprocating motion converter, i upload the picture, if anyone can help me i would be grateful
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