i would like to start a thread with pictures of what people use solidworks for, just for general interest.
what do people think? heres one from me.
heres a couple more from me
mine are rendered in pv360. polished steel always looks good,but i struggle getting satin stainless steel or brushed stainlss steel looking realistic.
glass was just clear glass,and the wood unfinished 2d oak.
There is also this website dedicated to these things: http://www.solidworksgallery.com
This was not rendered. Simply a screenshot with realview turned on. This is a pilot's control side-stick for a commercial airplane project that went bust.
i realize there is a dedicated site,i just thought it would be good to have pictures here, so you could see what the frequent contributors do.
Some can be find here too..
OK, here's my peice of sheet metal.
Great idea Greg !
I often wonder what some of the contributors here create. What would be better is if all users could have a link to their forum profile to display a small gallery of sample works. Often this helps illustrate a point that someone is trying to make also. Of course you can attach individual samples within your post but a broader presentation of previous work would often illustrate this better I think.
good idea david.
who do we nudge for this one?
Here is one of our frames
there is some interesting stuff here-keep it coming!
another from me i did in my spare time.
We do primarily medical implants (screws, plates, ect...) but I can't show any of our customer parts. So here are two swords whos blades we made, as well as a few of my personal projects.
3. Portal Turret
4. ION Spider PC
We do windows and associated components here.
Proposal Models for Recycling Material Recovery Facilities
Not a very attractive rendering, but at least it shows what we do.
Here are a few things I have done in the past:
A trade show display for our company
A desktop video streaming device concept rendering
I would show you guys the really cool stuff, but then I would have to kill you all.
Here's what I do with Solidworks:
i just can't help myself.
i should of kept my head down, this stuff is well out my capabilities!
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