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    SOLIDWORKS, 3D CAD

    When Do I Need SOLIDWORKS Routing?

    June 5, 2020

    Routing is an add-in to SOLIDWORKS Premium that allows engineers and designers to create routed systems easily and automatically. Through Routing, you can generate wire, harness, cable and conduit designs and drawings to take advantage of cut lists and complete bills of materials (BOMs) and speed up their manufacturing process.

    3D CAD, 3D Printing, Client Stories, Engineering Services, TriMech Services

    Ben Bronz Academy Assisted Learning Device

    June 4, 2020

    TriMech is fortunate to work with clients from Maine to Florida and out to Arkansas, offering a range of engineering solutions. This week's client story showcases how TriMech's Project Engineering Group helped the Ben Bronz Academy with their keyboard devices.

    SOLIDWORKS, 3D CAD, PDM

    Using PDM Integrated Revision Tables

    May 29, 2020

    SOLIDWORKS is updated every year to provide users with the best experience and tools. Revision table support was introduced in SOLIDWORKS PDM with the release of SOLIDWORKS 2018. In this blog article, we look at how to use integrated revision tables and how to take advantage of this feature as you manage data across your company.

    SOLIDWORKS, 3D CAD

    Understanding SOLIDWORKS Toolbox and Smart Part

    May 8, 2020

    SOLIDWORKS Toolbox is a library of fasteners and supplier standard components, fully integrated into SOLIDWORKS Professional and Premium. It provides easy access to your frequently used parts and the ability to customize to your companies standards. 

    SOLIDWORKS, 3D CAD, Flow Simulation

    Top 5 Reasons Why Simulation Analyst is a Needed Skill

    April 20, 2020

    Our world is a highly nonlinear and dynamic 3D domain. To develop products that are of high quality and robust to survive the real-world conditions, it is important to test the product’s behavior and performance prior to manufacturing. Simultaneously, there is the need to accelerate product innovation and cut down the time to market. This is where simulation technology for virtual testing can help you remain ahead of your competition.

    SOLIDWORKS, 3D CAD, Flow Simulation

    Understanding How To Build a Better Face Mask for COVID-19

    April 17, 2020

    Like a lot of people right now, I’ve been working from home and wearing home-made face masks to help slow the spread of COVID-19 whenever I go out on essential errands. I thought it would be interesting to use a tool like SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation to see the difference these kinds of masks can make. Contrary to what you may think, it is surprisingly easy to set up these types of simulations. I hope this article will help remove some of that intimidation and encourage you to experiment as well.

    SOLIDWORKS, 3D CAD, 3D Printing, Training

    Training Courses You Can Only Get From TriMech

    April 16, 2020

    Over the years, TriMech has developed many exclusive courses designed to meet the needs of our clients. Some of these courses extend well beyond CAD training and give our clients the tools they need to be more competitive, efficient and capable engineers. These courses, just like all our other training courses, can be taught in person or with a live in-person instructor via TriMech’s digital training platform. Here are just a few of exclusive courses that TriMech is currently delivering.

    3D CAD, 3D Scanning

    How To Bridge 3D Scanning With 3D CAD

    April 13, 2020

    Did you know that 3D scanning has been around since Egyptian times? Okay, maybe not so much in the way we think of 3D scanning today, but they developed the early concepts of reverse engineering by creating 3D plaster-cast replicas. Fast forward to today’s scanners, which use laser and structured light technology that can capture highly accurate scans that range from very small, intricate objects to much larger objects in a fraction of the time! It’s easy to appreciate how far this technology has come over the years and the many different industries that 3D scanning is helping revolutionize. In this article, we’re going to cover some of the ways you can get your 3D scanning data into a 3D CAD environment where you can interact, manipulate and make the most of it.

    SOLIDWORKS, 3D CAD, Top 11 Features in SOLIDWORKS 2020

    Top 11 Features in SOLIDWORKS 2020: Surface Offset

    March 27, 2020

    With every release of SOLIDWORKS, we see the addition of hundreds of new features and enhancements – both big and small. It’s not always the incredible new feature or tool that makes the most significant impact on our daily design experience; sometimes it’s the little improvements that have the biggest impact. SOLIDWORKS 2020 has enhanced the surfacing capabilities, and although it’s a small improvement – it’s one of my personal favorites.

    SOLIDWORKS, 3D CAD, Training

    TriMech Digital Training

    March 23, 2020

    While COVID-19 continues to be a global concern, TriMech wants to ensure you that we are 100% committed to supporting you and your business in every possible way. One of those ways is by continuing to offer, and even expanding, our learning options. In today’s article, we'll quickly review the different professional digital training and certification options TriMech offers.

    SOLIDWORKS, 3D CAD, Top 11 Features in SOLIDWORKS 2020

    Top 11 Features in SOLIDWORKS 2020: Fillet Repair

    March 20, 2020

    When creating a model in SOLIDWORKS, changes are bound to happen. A key to this is creating a robust model. You’ll know if your model is sturdy if you try to make design changes and it does not show any failures or does not break. With SOLIDWORKS 2020, there is a new feature to help your models adjust to changes so you can spend less time troubleshooting and more time modeling.

    SOLIDWORKS, 3D CAD, 3DEXPERIENCE

    Using SOLIDWORKS From Home

    March 16, 2020

    In this modern digital age, working from home and ensuring that business continues (mostly) as usual is not difficult. For those of us that work with SOLIDWORKS, that means bringing our work laptops home, or installing the application on a home computer. In today’s article, I’ll explain the different ways you can use your SOLIDWORKS license from home.