SOLIDWORKS Templates 101: Parts

In part one of this four-part webinar Series, Eric will cover Part Templates. Here he will demonstrate not only how to create Parts Templates but also the essential setting and options you need to know to get the most out of this SOLIDWORKS feature.

About This On-Demand Webinar

SOLIDWORKS Templates are an essential aspect of the SOLIDWORKS family, and below we will preface some of the information presented above by giving you a more in-depth look at the uses and benefits of SOLIDWORKS Templates. 

Beginning with an overview, it’s important to first address what exactly is a Template? A Template is a file type specified with your desired setting before you begin a project. By adjusting these settings from the beginning you no longer have to lose time on readjusting units or their precision each time you begin a new part document. 

These little adjustments and others will not only save you time, but keep you working in a more efficient and consistent manner in the long run. 

Ever want to come back or reuse those same settings? No worries, with SOLIDWORKS Templates you have the ability to create and then save those customized templates with the exact settings you wish to use both now and in the future. 

If you have ever dealt with the time-consuming task of changing your units from millimeters to inches with each new part document or adjusting the decimal place precision of those units, then SOLIDWORKS Templates may be your answer. Watch the webinar above to learn all the tips and tricks needed for using Part Templates.

To learn even more, look forward to the rest of the webinar series: Assembly Templates (*asmdot) and Drawing Templates (*.drwdot) in SOLIDWORKS.

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