11 Replies Latest reply on Jul 31, 2012 5:17 PM by Joe Kuzich

    SolidWorks Revision (NEW IDEA)

    Maxim Teleguz

      Hello Everybody,

       

      Soldworks needs a revision mode.

       

      The situation goes like this:

       

      1. You would click solidworks revision mode button up top beside the rebuild button.

      2. Everything you modify from that point on will automatically save the part, assembly and etc... with a .rev[####] of where the original part is located. This could also be managed in a setting tab (check boxes for what can be resaved, checkbox for part, assembly and etc...)

      3. It would save the part as a copy of coarse, and automatically replace it with the revised part name in the assembly.

       

      This would be great because when a new idea hits you it would increase the flow of productivity without me re-saving each part and worrying about a modified part screwing up the other parts and assembly files.

       

      Everybody please respond to this idea, Please Criticize.

       

      Thanks!!

       

      Maxim Teleguz

      Solidworks Designer

       

      (***EDIT*** This whole process would start as soon as i click the "Revision" Button. and as soon as i edit a part its automatically replaced before i edit it and automatically saved with a revision [####]. If i want to add a part to the assembly after hitting the revision button, my assembly would be saved as a revision [####] and i wouldnt notice but i would be working in the revision assembly at that point automatically.)

       

      I will photoshop my concept and upload later guys.

       

      Message was edited by: Maxim Teleguz