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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 www.gupta9665.com 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: Reduce Mouse Travel with “D” Key

    SOLIDWORKS 2016 gives you a new option to move the Confirmation Corner option next to pointer. The existing method of pressing RMB or right click and select OK from the pop up window still works. But in some cases where you need to click the OK or Cancel button from right top corner or feature manager, can now be brought to near to pointer using the shortcut key “D”. This option works with Part, Assembly and Drawings as…
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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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SOLIDWORKS Macro: Start Sketch on Default Planes

  Name/Size: Start Sketch on Default Planes 95k (three macros) Version/Date: 1.0 03/31/15 Programmer/Copyright: Deepak Gupta www.gupta9665.com Description: Macro to select and start a sketch on Front, Right OR Top Plane. There are three macros in the zip file, one each for Front, Right OR Top Plane. 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…
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Infinite Skills: Learning Solidworks 2013

Enrolling and then going for a training class can be a real pain. It is usually difficult to find a convenient time and a better quality training provider. If any of you has ever attended such a class, you know that live training classes are also generally too costly for an individual unless your company is paying for you 😉 With the demands of the busy professional in mind and yes the cost of training too, Infinite Skills is offering…
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