4 Replies Latest reply on Apr 1, 2014 7:41 PM by Jared Conway

    SolidWorks World Presentation - Can I and How do I...with SolidWorks Simulation Tools - Request for Problems/Questions/Applications

    Jared Conway

      Hi Everyone, if you've participated in the SolidWorks Simulation Discussion forum in the last year or so, you've probably seen that I try to be as active as possible helping users with their SolidWorks Simulation problems.

       

      At SolidWorks World next year I'm taking this live with a presentation on Monday the 27th at 2:45-3:45 called "Can I and How do I...with SolidWorks Simulation". It is kind of in the tradition of the "stump the chump" presentation that Jeff Mirisola and some others did for SolidWorks a few years ago.

       

      Myself and the Hawk Ridge Systems Simulation team will be taking questions on the fly but are also looking for some problems to fill the space while we look into questions asked during the session. We are also looking for some challenging questions or questions that are file/setup specific that will need research preparation. If you're going to be at World and are interested in us talking about your question, feel free to submit them to me here at http://dropbox.hightail.com/jaredconway. The deadline is January 1st for now but we may extend based on when we have to submit our final presentation by. Even if you're not going to World, feel free to send your question and we'll make sure to get you the answer when we put it into the presentation.

       

      Looking forward to seeing what questions that you guys have. Feel free to PM me or email me at jared@hawkridgesys.com if you have any questions.

       

      A couple of notes:

      1. If the problem is proprietary, email me and we can get an NDA in place to protect your data and will look into a way to simplify your problem so that we can talk about the problem/application without using your files.

      2. If you are sending files, please use the pack and go to zip option to package everything up. Let me know what the part/assembly name is that we should be looking at and also the study if the problem/question isn't general.

      3. The sky is the limit regarding the question. The more detail you give, the better chance we have at addressing your question. So feel free to upload your files, drawings, hand calculations, physical testing...etc.