Who should be using 3D sketches? Anybody who is working in SOLIDWORKS and has hit a point where 2D sketches just don’t cut it. Someone who needs to access 3D dimensions when creating weldments or structure systems into a design. It could also be someone who is working with tube and cable routing. Even though 3D sketches are classified as an advanced topic, it’s something that everybody might need to use at one point or another. It’s true, 3D sketches can get a little tricky to control, but here we’ll talk about some entry-level tools and different instances to use those tools so you can get the most from them.
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Over the past few years since SOLIDWORKS Visualize burst on the scene, it has grown to become everyone’s go-to application for creating stunning, photorealistic renderings of 3D CAD files. Since it’s a standalone application, it can be used by anyone without tying up a SOLIDWORKS license like other add-in products. If you’re not already using SOLIDWORKS Visualize, you should be. In this Video Tech Tip, you will find some pointers to help get you started and render better with SOLIDWORKS Visualize 2019.