Blog Month: November 2015
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Thread Creation in SOLIDWORKS 2016 – It Just Got Easier!

Posted on Nov 30, 2015 by seacad_admin

Depending on the nature of your design work process, creating threads on a part may or may not be an important aspect of the design. If the screw thread is not to be evaluated mechanically, there is always an option to just place the appearance of a ...

Using CFD to Optimise a LED Luminaire Design

Posted on Nov 23, 2015 by seacad_admin

For today’s post we would like to show how CFD analysis is used to help optimise the design of a LED Luminaire product. Whenever we do a simulation study, as an engineer we need to know what are: The Engineering goals – what type of result...

Subscription Services – Insure your SOLIDWORKS today!

Posted on Nov 20, 2015 by seacad_admin

Why do you get insurance? Not because you like to spend money every year. You get insurance is because you want to be covered in case unexpected things happen. The same should go for your SOLIDWORKS software. When you purchase SOLIDWORKS, you wa...

SOLIDWORKS 2016 User Interface – Above and Beyond!

Posted on Nov 16, 2015 by seacad_admin

SOLIDWORKS has always come up with great features with every new installment each year. These features allows us to not only design faster, but to achieve designs that we never could achieve in the past. However, SOLIDWORKS 2016 takes it to a whole n...

The Importance of Knowing the Natural Frequency of your Design

Posted on Nov 11, 2015 by seacad_admin

Following up on our last article on buckling, here is one more design consideration which is highly important but does not seem to be studies as much – and that is the Natural Frequency. Natural frequency is the frequency at which a system tends...

Turn your SOLIDWORKS Motion Videos into a Hologram!

Posted on Nov 05, 2015 by seacad_admin

SOLIDWORKS has always been in the fore-front of innovation, but so are their users! Artem Taturevich, a genius in my book, has created a way to turn your SOLIDWORKS Motion studies into a hologram, using an API code he created and a simple plastic pyr...