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    SOLIDWORKS, Electrical Design

    SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D vs Routing

    March 2, 2022

    In this article, I will address a very common question I get when working with clients involved in electrical design: What’s the big difference between SOLIDWORKS Routing and SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D?

    On paper and in video demonstrations, they both seem to do the same thing: allow you to route wires and cables more easily through your SOLIDWORKS assemblies. If you have ever experienced the unbridled joy of trying to create a wire using a 3D spline sweep in a SOLIDWORKS assembly, both may be enticing propositions. In addition to understanding their academic differences, perhaps the better question is: Which solution is the better fit for my business? I’ll try to answer both.

    SOLIDWORKS, DriveWorks

    Activate to Automate with DriveWorks Solo

    March 1, 2022

    Are you looking to level up your SOLIDWORKS design automation game? DriveWorks Solo is an easy way to get you there! Quickly generate new versions of your SOLIDWORKS parts, assemblies and drawings.

    SOLIDWORKS, Events and Webinars, 3DEXPERIENCE

    3DEXPERIENCE World 2022 Recap

    February 23, 2022

    That's a wrap! 3DEXPERIENCE World was originally planned as a hybrid event with both in-person and virtual sessions streaming live from Atlanta, GA. There are many reasons why people can’t attend in-person such as travel restrictions, not meeting the venue requirements or limited funds for the trip. A hybrid event gives attendees the flexibility to design an event experience that suits their individual needs. As I mentioned, that was the original plan. Unfortunately, with rising concerns of COVID, the in-person portion of the event was cancelled. This disappointed a lot of people including myself. I was looking forward to the normal in-person experience at 3DEXPERIENCE World.    

    SOLIDWORKS, 3D Printing, Video Tech Tips for 3D Printing

    Three Tips When Splitting a Large Part for 3D Printing

    February 18, 2022

    When working with 3D printing, there are times when you just can’t get your part to fit inside of the build volume of your printer. You can flip your part around, run it on a funny angle, or even try scaling it…but at the end of the day, sometimes you just have to cut the part in half to make it work. Don’t worry, we will help you out by highlighting three common scenarios.

    SOLIDWORKS, TriMech News, 3DEXPERIENCE

    TriMech’s Tracy Wettig awarded Reseller AE of the Year by the SOLIDWORKS User Group Network

    February 11, 2022

    The TriMech team is proud to acknowledge Tracy Wettig, Mid-Atlantic Technical Manager, who was selected as this year’s recipient of an award recognizing extraordinary contributions to the SOLIDWORKS user group network (SWUGN).

    SOLIDWORKS, DriveWorks

    Activate to Automate with DriveWorksXpress Inside SOLIDWORKS

    February 10, 2022

    Did you know that there is a free, entry-level design automation included in every seat of SOLIDWORKS? Read further to learn how and why you should active your DriveWorksXpress and start automating.

    SOLIDWORKS, PDM

    Back It UP! How to Properly Backup Your SOLIDWORKS PDM

    February 9, 2022

    So, you’ve finally made the investment and have a PDM system in place at your company. What now? To ensure that you can always have access to your intellectual property, you need to set up some backups for your system to ensure it is safe. In the world we live in of virtual machines, isn’t just doing a snapshot enough? Well…not really. So, let’s get started so that you can have full backups ready in case you ever need them.

    SOLIDWORKS, 3D Printing, 3DEXPERIENCE, Video Tech Tips for 3D Printing

    How SOLIDWORKS and 3DEXPERIENCE Platform Come Together for 3D Printing

    February 4, 2022

    Wondering what the difference is, or how SOLIDWORKS and the 3DEXPERIENCE platform work together when it comes to 3D printing? In this article, we’ll be sending a part file from SOLIDWORKS to the 3D printer and using the 3DEXPERIENCE platform to collaborate and communicate with team members to bring the entire process to a full circle.

    SOLIDWORKS, Electrical Design

    Installing SOLIDWORKS Electrical in 2022

    February 3, 2022

    It’s been 10 years since SOLIDWORKS Electrical joined the family of SOLIDWORKS products. The Electrical CAD Products have evolved over the generations as one of the fastest-growing products and the current 2022 offerings include the following 3 packages: