Tag Archive: New Features

SOLIDWORKS 2016 is coming, Enjoy Some Teasers!

    SOLIDWORKS 2016 will be officially unveiled on September 8, 2015  i.e. today and while you’re waiting for the big reveal, here are quick peeks at some of the new features (I’m sure you’re going to love them) Here is list of some of the new enhancements: Choosing a Configuration While Adding a Component It is now possible to choose a configuration while adding a component. When you use the Insert Components/Begin Assembly PropertyManager to add a component to an assembly, you…
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SOLIDWORKS 2015: Mid Point Line

SOLIDWORKS 2015: Mid Point Line

One of the cool enhancement users have been asking for: Mid Point Line in sketch. You can now create a line that is symmetrical from the midpoint of the line. Here is a quick video showing two options to draw a midpoint line.  

SOLIDWORKS 2015 New Cool Icon with Year

SW2015 Icon

  Starting with SOLIDWORKS 2015, the SOLIDWORKS Icon has now year mentioned in the icon. This is a really nice enhancement, specially for people using multiple SOLIDWORKS versions on same machine. This would have been further nice if same thing has been done with other icons like eDrawings, SOLIDWORKS Inspection. Click on the following pictures to download the respective icons I’ve created for myself. To learn more about SOLIDWORKS 2015, you can click the banner below.

Blast Out of Beta SOLIDWORKS 2015 is HERE…

  SOLIDWORKS 2015 has finally come out of beta and SOLIDWORKS 2015 PR1 has been released. There are lot of sweet candies to enjoy with. SOLIDWORKS 2015 includes many enhancements and improvements, most in direct response to customer requests. Here are some of my Favorites: Customize context-sensitive Toolbars Selection Context Toolbar Setting Multiple Dimensions to Driven Status Bar Display of Cylinder Diameter Visualization Tool for References Using Intersection Zones in Section Views Model Break Views Chain Pattern Editing Limit Mate Values in the…
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SolidWorks 2014: Pack and Go but Toolbox, Sorry NO

No Toolbox with Pack and Go

Another cool enhancement in SolidWorks 2014, leave Toolbox components while you do Pack and Go. Yes with SolidWorks 2014, users have the ability to leave Toolbox parts behind. The advantage is clearly simple, maintaining the toolbox reference from the location meant for toolbox and not the new folder OR the zip file created by pack and go. I remember how big hassle it was to deal with toolbox parts when I did the pack and go to make a copy…
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