So, we have this discussion about impressive SW tricks: What are your most impressive tricks of solidworks, Please spread. Let's make another thread to capture the little things your co-workers/clients/customers do with SOLIDWORKS that bring thoughts of violence. Extra points if there's nothing technically wrong (see item 2 below) with… Show more
SWIFT = SolidWorks International Forum Team How many times do you see a great thread get trashed or hijacked for various reasons and I'll take the "Stand" and say I'm the worst for doing that.. So when I'm acting stupid tell… Show more
I received a model from a customer, its a STP and I have to duplicate it with some changes. I have all of it modeled with the exception of one part. I have included two photos. I'm looking at the yellow portion. It may be difficult to see it and understand the requirement. I'm just looking for ideas. Thanks in advance!
I've seen other instances of people asking about their assemblies no longer show up because SolidWorks glitched and the assembly is outside of the bounding box. I found that in my case, this is happening because my Front and Top planes have increased substantially in size (while I was working on it). The kicker is, SW won't let me change the size… Show more
Is anyone else encountering the issue in Visualize where parts are not obeying their opacity keys? I've got several parts that appear later in my animation that now are visible from the start and only parts are visible and they seem to have all appearances removed. I also can't select them from the view port but I can hide them by finding the… Show more
here is my question: how do you get full file name if you have spaces in the file name ex: Bottom laser.sldprt here is my code I know that the red number is where the macro reads but how can I get full name (without sheet number in a drawing file) If ("" = Rev) Then ModName = Split(swModel.GetTitle, ".")(0)… Show more
I am wondering if anyone could help me figure one thing out regarding macrofeatures. I have a comserver as a separate dll. It is written in VB.net and implements ISwComFeature. I separated it out of my addin to try to make it faster to instantiate for solidworks. I have a full design suite that automates tons of our work. The macrofeatures… Show more