Hi all, my colleague Amen Allah Jlili and I are exhibiting at SolidWorks World 2018 this year. As you might know, each year at SWW they hold a "model mania" contest where the fastest SolidWorks modelers can receive a prize. We wanted to do an equivalent "macro mania" and wanted your feedback on our rules and what you think would be reasonable… Show more
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Is there any tutorial for setting up a Joule heating simulation or does anybody have any tips? We have a need to run a study using it but I am not sure what inputs are required to start such a study. We have Flow and the Electronics Cooling module. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks -Reid
Yes your correct Sir, It's impossible to correlate to electrical issue if the module of Electronics not included. That's why I'm only get the data from previous actual test and implement it to simulation. That the only I can use. But if you have any Idea even I don't have. Maybe you any way or idea to resolve this issue. To make it short if…
I'm using 3 revolved boss/base components to make up 3 concentric cylinders, and wanted to color each cylinder differently, but seem to be having some trouble doing this. As an example, I wanted to color the outer cylinder grey, the middle cylinder yellow and the inner cylinder pale grey. As can be seen, from the top it looks like my coloring… Show more
Hi guys, I'm still plodding away mucking around with learning Surfacing. Like most have done, I'm doing the Camaro tutorial and have ventured away from the written instruction a little and added some surfaces that weren't included in the tutorial. I got to a stage where I thought it's about time to knit it all together and do some filleting. The… Show more
Without having VOR on I wasn't aware that I had cocked things up so badly! I'm really annoyed about it I've started another surfacing project from blueprints (a small truck) and I'm trying to do a better job of getting things right without following a tutorial but referencing help files and Matt's 2013 Bible. I'll come back to the Camaro once…
Hi my friends , I have a excel file that contain two coloumn . The first one contain the X coordinates of points and the second one contain the Y coordinates.I want an VBA macro to create a matrix M1=[ n x1] wich contain all the X coordinates ( as described in the excel file) and onother matrix M2=[mx1] wich contains the Y coordinates.Thank you… Show more
Hello, Using the range statement to initialize the arrays isn't working, try the code below to load your arrays. The number of data pairs, like in your code, is hard-coded, so you'll have to edit the vba code if this number changes (or you can also write some code to extract the number of entries in the "A" column). Cheers, Kevin …
I recently installed the student-edition of Solidworks 2017, and noticed that it seemed to run quite slowly when designing parts. After running the SOLIDWORKS Rx system diagnostics tool, I noticed that SW is using my integrated GPU (Intel HD Graphics 4600) instead of my more powerful discrete GPU (AMD Radeon HD8970M). Is there any way to force SW… Show more
Hi Alex, unfortunately setting those to high performance in the switchable graphics settings didn't change the GPU to the HD8970M. Damn, this is getting rather frustrating, I would have thought that SW was designed to be usable with laptops that have multiple GPUs, since it seems quite common to have an integrated and discrete GPU setup for…
Our CEO does really want to substitute our PDM with SAP !! This is no chocke! We are working now with the PDM from Solidworks fairly well. Does anyone know a company with a datamanagement with only SAP ? I think this a ridiculous question, but our CEO has it in mind and we have to proove the opposite! Thanks for any comments!
PDM, PLM, MRP, ERP they are all different even though there are some overlapping features which vary from vendor to vendor.The bottom line is that there's no one solution that DOES IT ALL, especially if you plan to tie in CAD File management. Try to explain that SolidWorks is relational in nature; one cannot simple upload SW files into a system…
Hello, I was exploring the functionality of the belt/chain and chain pattern tools and discovered I could really use a fit spline... Problem is I cannot locate the fit spline tool in spline tools, and when I search for it in the search window it appears but if I click it my system locks up and forces me to reboot SW. When I have SW show… Show more
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SWX has become very slow after all lines are highlighted only command is active. Please watch the video.