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SOLIDWORKS: Bitmask Calculator for Sheetmetal API

Name/Size: SOLIDWORKS: Bismark Calculator for Sheetmetal API 64k Version/Date: 1.0 05/15/16 Programmer/Copyright: Deepak Gupta Description: Bismark Calculator for SOLIDWORKS Sheetmetal API. Use under Disclaimer as stated here This program calculates Bitmask option required for Sheet Metal when exporting to parts to DXF/DWG. Export Part to DWG Example (VBA) The calculated value will be used for the options value based on what user needs to export.  

Mastering 3d Printing with SolidProfessor

I don’t think there are people in industry today who are unfamiliar with 3d Printing, a process of creating physical components from the 3d models. This is done using the 3d printer (there are many around us now) and one can choose between varieties of material. There are different technologies being used these days for 3d printing. And depending on the construction, different 3d printers use different technology. With an ease in use and reach, the demand of 3d printing…
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SOLIDWORKS Macro: Toggle Selected Dimension as Driven-Driving

Name/Size: Toggle Selected Dimension as Driven-Driving 36k Version/Date: 1.0 04/08/16 Programmer/Copyright: Deepak Gupta Description: Macro to toggle the state of currently selected dimension in active sketch. Use under Disclaimer as stated here All macros will be updated/made for SOLIDWORKS 2015. In case you’re running a different version then update/correct the macro reference as suggested here (don’t worry on the fact that video is for fixing missing library error but check the process to update your macro library) : Fix-Update SOLIDWORKS…
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SOLIDWORKS 2016 SP 3.0 EV (Early Visibility) is available for download

  SOLIDWORKS 2016 SP 3.0 EV is available for download This service pack is now available to Subscription Service customers. To download, click here or log into the SOLIDWORKS Customer Portal at and click Download Software and Updates to get access to the update. One of the major change is the comeback of Classic theme where some of the icons have been given their classic look. You can set that under Tools > Options > Color The Delete Icon is back…
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Taking your SOLIDWORKS VBA macro to the Add-in Realm

    Are you interested in learning more on the programming in SOLIDWORKS? Are you interested in giving more power to your macros?  If the answer is yes then check this article (link below) by Amen Jlili Amen describes the process in a very simple words along with pictures of step by step information from start to end. Still no convinced then you might want to ask yourself by now: Why would I bother about moving my VBA code to VB.NET add-in?…
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