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This familiar hammer packs a nice punch in trying to show some time saving modeling techniques. This multi-body part is made using mostly extrudes and a few sweeps sprinkled in. This model uses thin features for some of the extruded bosses and cuts to speed up sketch time. Mirroring geometry and patterns are used to save time and to keep the feature count down.There is one example of a split line. There is an example of circular profile sweep introduced in SOLIDWORKS 2016 which is another time saver. Other features include a linear pattern, circular pattern, combine, cut with Surface, offset surface, multiple sweeps and swept cuts.Download this file to learn some time saving tricks and learn about Mjölnir from Asgard.
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282
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2 Oct, 2017
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This model of a famous spear shows how to make advanced geometry without using surface features. This part was created with only standard solid body features. Even though the final model is a single body, there are some multi-body techniques to allow for isolated cuts and a shell feature not affecting the whole part. The features used in the trident part include: revolves, lofts, move face, combine, mirror, scale and one delete face. There are multiple loft features including two "centerline" lofts that act like "swept lofts". The scale feature is used twice to save time reducing the size of geometry in a pattern versus creating smaller versions from scratch. There is one example of a face fillet using the hold line option. Download this file to learn more about lofts and another way to create geometry similar to lofts.
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37
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30 Oct, 2017
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Just in time for football season we got this model ready to go with no deflategate controversy here. This fun multi-body model has some uncommon but powerful features included. There are two simple examples of curved driven patterns. There is also a "deform" feature using the "Surface push" option to slightly deflate the ball. Other features in the model include: sweeps, split line curves, reference axis, circular patterns, one thicken, and a revolved surface. There is also a split and a wrap feature in the model. One sketch picture is used to help create some of the upper geometry. This part has two configurations, one with the football geometry and one with a flat spot added to the ball. Download this model to learn more about football construction and some lesser known SOLIDWORKS features.
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65
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17 Oct, 2017
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This part comes just in time for the baseball playoffs. This part uses a revolve to create the overall shape but sprinkles in a few surface features to create the handle wrap. The surface features include thicken, offset surface, and a surface sweep. There is one example of helical curve used in conjunction with an intersection curve to make a 3D swept cut without having to make a 3D sketch. The swept cut uses the newer circular sweep functionality to save time not having to create a profile sketch. There are multiple examples of split lines and one delete face using the "delete and patch" option. Download this file to get an easy introduction to surface modeling and to learn more about sweeps.
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77
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10 Oct, 2017
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This part shows several different, easy to understand part patterns. There are seven patterns covering six different part pattern types. We cover some of the pattern functionality introduced recently to help users be more efficient and have more control of their patterns. There is also one example of a composite curve.The pattern list includes: Linear, Circular, Variable, Sketch Driven, Curve Driven, and Fill Pattern. Download this file to learn more about the wide variety of pattern types and functionality available in SOLIDWORKS.
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30
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9 Oct, 2017
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This easy to understand part provides several different examples of draft faces using different draft techniques. All three types of drafts are shown here: Neutral Plane, Parting Line and Step Draft.The Step Draft has two different options, perpendicular and tapered, that are shown in model. There is also one example of move face feature which can be used as an alternative to the draft feature (Neutral Plane and Parting Line). This part has three split line features with one using the Silhouette option.Download this part to get a better grasp on different SOLIDWORKS draft options.
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15
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2 Oct, 2017
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This familiar tool in your office has been created as a single part to showcase a wide variety of SOLIDWORKS features. We combine sheet metal, plastic and a few surface features to give you several unique examples to help expand your knowledge of SOLIDWORKS. One feature example is an angled plane that control solid body placement. One of the parts move two other bodies, acting like it would in an assembly, by using sketch relations and dimensions. There is an indent feature to simulate geometry like that would be created by a sheet metal forming tool. A deform feature using the "Curve to curve" option quickly adds the finger grips to the tape dispenser handle. Other features include a multi-thickness shell, rib, dome, loft, boundary, combine and some revolved features. There are several instances of circular patterns, including a circular pattern of a circular pattern. There is one example of a "Vary sketch" linear pattern that is used to create the tape side grooves. There are four instances of split lines curves to used create text and other geometry. Two surface features, surface offset and thicken are used to create the soft grip on the handle. Download this part to learn more about patterns and a wide variety of other features used to create this part.
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18 Sep, 2017
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This multi-body part goes over different pattern and mirroring techniques. It does include a few advanced features including sweeps and a loft. There is an example of a spring created from helix curve and uses a composite curve to add the "pigtail" ends. Other features include linear and circular patterns, revolves and several mirrors. This part includes multiple split line curves for the text labels. There are a couple of examples of full round fillets and three 3D sketches. There are two display states: one with red text red, one with clear text to distinguish the on or off status. Download this file to learn more about pattern and mirroring techniques.
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56
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1 Aug, 2017
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Get excited for Shark Week with our Great White Shark assembly!
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87
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13 Apr, 2017
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Rock on with an old school example of music history. This is a multi-body solid created with mostly solid body features. There are few surface features used to create the magnetic tape. The internal tape is shown twisting using a surface sweep with twist. Other features include a split, ribs, move face, thin features, wraps, helix/spiral, revolves, projected curve, shell, surface loft, surface thicken and one split line. There are several examples of circular patterns and the delete face command. There is one variable fillet tapering down to zero. Download this file to learn more about the internal working of an old 8 track cassette and see some cool SOLIDWORKS features and techniques along the way.
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8
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20 Jul, 2017

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