Tweet I wanted to just throw up a quick post about a new SolidWorks blog. Phil "TJ" Way will be taking over writing reviews for SolidWorks Partner Products. You can find TJ’s blog here. Make sure you link to it and keep an eye out for his first post!
Entries for September, 2007
Tweet Now I know that I’ve talked about DriveWorks a couple of times before (here and here), but I wanted to mention it again for two reasons. First, CADJunky has a great video posted showing you what DriveWorksXpress can do. Yes, it’s a "canned demo", but I’m here to say that it does work, which [...]
Tweet There’s something like 250 enhancements in SolidWorks ’08 and Lou Gallo at SolidWorks: Heard! is doing his best to tell you about all of them. His latest post, Episode 109, is about Features. If you scroll down to Episode 105, you can hear Lou, Ricky Jordan and me talk about SolidWorks ’08. Personally, I [...]
Tweet Listen up folks! One of my fellow "Blog Squad" members has gone off the deep end and needs your help. Now I have a lot of respect for Ricky Jordan, but I’m not so sure he’s playing with a full deck of cards here…In Ricky’s latest post, he’s asking you to send him your [...]
Tweet Ok, so the title should be free thing, but it’s a cool free thing! Josh, over at SolidSmack, is giving away a 4GB Flash Drive. The only hoop you have to jump through is to post a comment on his blog about what you like. Pretty simple, huh? Well, what are you waiting for?
Tweet I figured it’s about time that I jumped on the SolidWorks ’08 bandwagon and talked about some of the "what’s new" stuff. So, without further ado, let’s take a look at DimXpert. Using the requirements of the ASME Y14.41-2003 standard, DimXpert applies tolerances and dimensions to parts. How does it do this? It uses, [...]