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Creating Lofts in SOLIDWORKS

Part modeling in SOLIDWORKS can go far beyond what our imagination is able to create. What if we wanted our design to invoke softer, smoother…

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Zero Thickness Geometry

Three Tips To Deal With Zero Thickness Geometry

Most people have come across a Zero Thickness Geometry error at one time or another. Generally, this is because of something that was unintentional, and…

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Masterclass Part 3: SOLIDWORKS Assemblies

Assemblies play a crucial role in many businesses’ daily needs and with SOLIDWORKS, there’s always something more to learn. Just like learning best practices for…

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Unfix Components in SOLIDWORKS

How to Unfix Components and Subassemblies in SOLIDWORKS Assembly

When working with complex designs in SOLIDWORKS, assembling various components and subassemblies is a common practice. However, there are instances when you need to modify…

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SOLIDWORKS Term License

Multilevel Terminals – Naming the Levels

Terminals and terminal strips can be a bit of a mystery to many SOLIDWORKS users. It is undoubtedly an area of design that can get…

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How to Design with SOLIDWORKS Draft Feature

In the realm of 3D modeling and design, SOLIDWORKS stands as a prominent software that empowers engineers and designers to bring their creative visions to…

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SOLIDWORKS Feature Tree Shortcut Keys

The SOLIDWORKS FeatureManager design tree presents a convenient overview of a part, assembly, or drawings in the order the document was created. This provides a…

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SOLIDWORKS Parts and Features

Masterclass Part 2: Parts and Features

From basic geometric primitives to advanced features such as fillets, chamfers, and sweeps, this webinar will empower you to transform your ideas into tangible designs….

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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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Derived Configurations in Solidworks

When To Use Derived Configurations in SOLIDWORKS

Using derived configurations in SOLIDWORKS allows you to create parent-child relationships between  configurations. This means that any change made to the parent configuration will automatically…

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3D Model Powerpoint Solidworks

Bring your SOLIDWORKS Models to Life in a PowerPoint Presentation

Next time you want to showcase your 3D SOLIDWORKS CAD Model in a PowerPoint presentation, don’t just take a simple screenshot of the SOLIDWORKS interface….

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Best practices for sketching

Masterclass Part 1: Sketching

Sketching is the backbone of any CAD tool. Because sketching is such a common practice, we can often overlook the possibility that there could be more…

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draftsight modeling

DraftSight 3D Modeling Part 2 – Creating Solid Bodies

DraftSight Premium, Enterprise Plus, and Mechanical offer users the ability to create non-parametric 3D models. Non-parametric models, often known as ‘dumb solids’ lack a feature…

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DELMIAWorks Shop Floor for SOLIDWORKS Users

Explore the cutting-edge features of the DELMIAWorks platform’s user-friendly interface, which allows for effortless project management, time tracking and communication with team members. DELMIAWorks connects all departments…

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Spring forward and increase your productivity – it’s time to collaborate!

At TriMech we don’t just sell CAD and 3D printers, we are dedicated to becoming experts and the best solution provider for our clients. We…

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