Registration Done!! SWW11

Just visited the Press room at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center and got my registration done with the CSWP badge :). By the way, the free CSWA/CSWP exam has already started. So if you’re at the conference center, check out the certification testing area for more details. On the way I collected my special SolidWorks World 2011 T-Shirt. I nicely fit into the size.. LOL Keep looking for more exiting stuff coming your ways over the next few days… Follow me on twitter…
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Detailing Multibody Part – 2

This is in continuation to my post “Detailing a Multibody Part -1” where we discussed detailing a multibody part in various ways. Now we take a step further and see what else can be done in detailing in multibody. Say you have a multibody part, then you might need to show the BOM and ballooning as well to give more information to other person reading the drawing. Not a big deal, you can insert the BOM and use the Balloon to set up the things….
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Win a 32 Gb iPad with free SolidWorks Sheet Metal tutorial

Our friend and SolidWorks Guru “Ben Eadie” is back again with surprises and gifts for you and that too at almost no cost. Sign up for a 55$/year membership cost for SolidWorks tutorials once a week for full one year from the best SolidWorks gurus in the business and a monthly webinar to hone your SolidWorks skills and discuss your issues online. So you want to learn SolidWorks from the experts, Sign up now. And immediately after signing up you’ll get…
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Are you going to SWW 2011

I’m running a small poll here Please do leave a comment too if you participate.. Thanks for participating 🙂 If you haven’t registered yet then hurry up before the last seat has been filled up !! See you at SolidWorks World 2011 in San Antonio TX Please note:  All individuals will be required to show proof of identification prior to collecting their badge and registration materials. Attendees must be 21 years or older to attend SolidWorks World 2011.

Mass/Weight in different Units

Michael asked on SolidWorks forums as “How to show weight in Ounces” as this unit is not available under Tools > Document Properties > Units.  If you also looking for similar thing, here is the simple procedure. Open the part/assembly file or create a new one and add the bodies/parts as required. No click on Tools > Equation. Equation Editor will pop up. Click on Add. Next you’ll see is “Add Equation” window. You can also do the above steps by right click on Equation folder and…
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