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Danny Velicu

Scaling a Part in SOLIDWORKS

Scaling a part in SOLIDWORKS is a powerful capability that allows you to resize your models to meet specific dimensional requirements, customize designs or adapt…

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Creating a Detailed View in SOLIDWORKS

SOLIDWORKS is not only a powerful 3D modeling software, but a powerful 2D modeling software as well. One of its most useful features is the…

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Repairing Sketches with SketchXpert

There are many reasons that your sketch status can change from Fully Defined to Over Defined. Whether you have too many dimensions or relations that…

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Creating External References in SOLIDWORKS: Using Existing Parts

Have you ever wanted to relate a part to another in SOLIDWORKS? Maybe you are making a bench that requires various hole locations for the…

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Using the Ghost (Edge Selection) pop-up toolbar in SOLIDWORKS

When creating parts in SOLIDWORKS have you ever noticed your Edge Selection pop-up toolbar? It’s easy to miss because it is usually transparent, and if…

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Creating custom SOLIDWORKS templates

Do you find yourself frequently changing your document properties when creating new part files? Constantly changing your units to metric or changing your display styles?…

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