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SOLIDWORKS World 2016 Call-for-Papers

SOLIDWORKS World 2016

  While we’re still less then 6 months away months from SOLIDWORKS World 2016 in Phoenix , things are already starting to happen. Earlier this week DS SOLIDWORKS Corporation announced its Call for Presentations for SOLIDWORKS World 2016. SOLIDWORKS World brings together 6000 users, resellers, and partners, from around the world,  that are passionate about design using SOLIDWORKS. SOLIDWORKS World 2016 will be held at the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center, Dallas TX, January 31 – February 3, 2016. While SOLIDWORKS World always has lots of great presentations and guest speakers, the real value…
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Keep Shooting Bugs – SOLIDWORKS Beta 2016

SOLIDWORKS Beta 2016

SOLIDWORKS 2016 Beta testing is in full swing with SOLIDWORKS users and VAR employees from all over the world are enjoying shooting the Beta bugs. Not only that, they are also competing with each other in various SOLIDWORKS 2016 Beta Contests. So how about you? Have you join in the force for the Beta testing or still need some good reasons for Beta Testing? Here are some of my reasons for being a part of Beta testing Force: See New Features/Options: Get…
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Learn SOLIDWORKS Basics and Minions™ Modeling with Fred Fulkerson

LEGO® Minion™

    We all love Minions™, yes we do. He is a cute little buddy with yellow body and sweet blue suit. How cool it would to make a LEGO® Minion™ while learning SOLIDWORKS. OK, here is a book that teaches you basics of SOLIDWORKS along with modeling LEGO® Minion™ SOLIDWORKS Basics is for anyone new to CAD software who wants to learn how to use SOLIDWORKS and for those who want to increase their proficiency in this versatile program. Written by an…
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SOLIDWORKS: Controlling Scale Features in Configurations

    We all use Scale feature in the model to quickly scale up or down a model. The idea is to quickly change the geometry of the model for various purpose. For e.g. in a plastic mold, components are usually scaled up to take care of shrinkage. The scale value depends on the plastic material. It does not scale dimensions, sketches, or reference geometry but only the model geometry (body). One can scale a solid or surface body about its centroid, the model…
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Show your SOLIDWORKS API Skills to Win $100

Conest CADSharp

    CADSharp is happy to announce the second SOLIDWORKS API programming contest! The problem is simple and you need to write the codes to achieve the desired results. Hurry up to submit your codes before July 1, 12:00AM EST. Get Contest Details Here Three winners will be chosen based on the number of lines of code in their macro. First prize: $100 gift card at Amazon.com. Second prize: $50 gift card at Amazon.com. Third prize: $50 gift card at Amazon.com. Note:…
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