It would be nice if a macro could be used on multiple machines, but only one user can run it at a time. Any tips or tricks are appreciated! Thank you.
Dear forum contributors, I have learned a lot from all of your postings. I started 2 years ago collecting tips, tricks, tricks and best practices. The number of items grew every week, and soon I could not find anything in my own notes because there were so many and I had to do the search on internet again. Since that moment I spend a lot of time… Show more
So I just upgraded to 2018 solidworks and I thought I would try out the tab and slot function. I assumed this would have been a feature available in an assembly. But it seems I could only create this feature when I have 2 sheet metal bodies built as one part. I think this would be much better if I could create this feature in assembly . Did I… Show more
Hi all, I am making a design for a bluetooth speaker, and I stumbled upon a problem I can't seem to solve. I want to make something like the JBL Flip 3 cover to put over the speakers themself. But my BT speaker is not cylindrical, and I'm unable to wrap my sketch on it. Does someone has a method for this? I attached the file where the pattern… Show more
I am trying to automate a process in which I import a text file as a point cloud and then use the spline tool to connect the necessary points created from the point cloud. I already have a macro function that imports the text file in a 3D sketch (see image below), but I am not sure how I could automate the connecting part. I'm not sure if it's… Show more
Hi Brandon This is a really ugly macro but hopefully it will give you a starting point to look at using pre-selection and a macro button I don't have the time to do any better now sorry. It also demonstrates the flaws in just selecting the closest point.. I guess you would also have to check the angle/direction perhaps.. anyway good luck …