I'm currently running Solidworks 2019. Whenever I try to add a series of chamfers or fillets, Solidworks likes to cancel out of the action before I have time to select all of my edges. It doesn't seem to be consistent, as sometimes I can make it 30 seconds into selecting edges before it cancels, or other times where it cancels within seconds of… Show more
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No issue with installation. Now to start the bug checking. wish me luck !
Jim Steinmeyer wrote: Matt Peneguy wrote: Frederick Law wrote: I'm seeing that in SP3. When I replace a part, the display name stay as before. It doesn't "update" to new file name. Found it. System Option > External References > Assemblies - Update component names when documents are replaced. It's good that they made it an option…
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Can the 2020 SolidNetWork License Manager run on Windows 2012?
How to get animation values like input, output, interpolation etc using Solidworks API? Is there a way to get these values by Motion Studies API?
Hi all, looking for help debugging this macro which should make my job a lot easier. It's not my work, and I don't know who made it, but I'll try to help as best I can. The code below should take a part using our standard numbering scheme (basically the part number is always the same as the drawing number, unless it's a separable mechanical… Show more
I am a big fan of Top-Down modeling, especially when it comes to similar-but-different projects with a lot of parts sharing similar geometry, which is much easier to control via Assembly Layout or a dedicated "master" part that all other parts refer to. However, in manufacturing, it is better to have standardized parts that are entered into ERP… Show more
I am trying to test to find the force that occurs when a deflection is applied. I found a way online but it seems to be older and different than the 2019 solidworks simulations. Link to old explantation: Is there a way to apply a deflection to a beam then calculate the force required to bend the beam that amount I attached a photo of the piece… Show more
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Hello Gurus, I have an issue sorting the items in indented BOM of a main assembly ascending order by ITEMNO. It sorts well for highest level sub-assemblies but inside of sub-assemblies there is no ascending order for parts numbers. I noticed that inside of sub-assemblies the order is according to sub-assembly model's design tree order. Is there a… Show more