3 Replies Latest reply on Aug 1, 2017 9:02 AM by Julien Boissat

    cosmos companion

    Steve Soeder

      Lot's of references on this site to Cosmos companion. 

      Lot's of questions asking for a copy, or where to find.

      I found quite a few PDFs (I don't know for sure if this is all of them) so I zipped them together to share.

      The zip file is quite near the max size limit, so in the future if it ever doesn't work (e.g. something on the backend of the forum changes and it breaks the link) please just contact me through the forum and I'll try to re-upload it or host it somewhere else.

        • Re: cosmos companion
          Julien Boissat

          The COSMOS Companion series are available in attachments to Solutions in the SOLIDWORKS Knowledge Base. Simply search for "COSMOS Companion". In each Solution, you will find the pdf and also (when available) a recording of the presentation.

            • Re: cosmos companion
              Keith Frankie

              The ZIP file doesn't have 121,122,123 or 124 (nor any of the video files).

               

              The SW KB returns 23 results for "COSMOS Companion".  Files 107 and 116 are missing.

               

              Having both resources hopefully gives a complete set of files.

               

              Thank you both for posting these.

                • Re: cosmos companion
                  Julien Boissat

                  Hi Keith,

                   

                  COSMOS Companion 107 about "tips & tricks on SOLIDWORKS modeling for subsequent analysis in SOLIDWORKS Simulation" is available in attachment of Solution Id: S-011372

                  COSMOS Companion 116 about "Analyzing Welds and Weldments" was removed because the method suggested therein was made obsolete when we introduced Edge Welds.

                  COSMOS Companion 121 to 124 are available in their respective Solutions.

                   

                  Note: There is a better, newer and more technical series of videos to help you best use SOLIDWORKS Simulation: The SOLIDWORKS Simulation Step-Up series. Make sure to check it out.

                   

                  Regards, Julien