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Copy Derived Configurations in SolidWorks Using Design Table

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Configurations is one of the best command in SolidWorks. It has so many capabilities that you need to explore just. One of the issues that users find is how to copy the derived configuration from one parent to another parent configuration. In this video, I have demonstrated how to do that. This holds true for assembly-level too. I know you won't donate it but still link will exist till eternity : My Patreon Page : https://www.patreon.com/CADskool
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#Solidworks how to make a spoon

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Learn how to make a spoon using dynamic mirror and boundary surfaces
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SOLIDWORKS PRACTICE PIECE 8

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SolidWorks is a solid modeler, and utilizes a parametric feature-based approach which was initially developed by PTC (Creo/Pro-Engineer) to create models and assemblies. The software is written on Parasolid-kernel. Parameters refer to constraints whose values determine the shape or geometry of the model or assembly. Parameters can be either numeric parameters, such as line lengths or circle diameters, or geometric parameters, such as tangent, parallel, concentric, horizontal or vertical, etc. Numeric parameters can be associated with each other through the use of relations, which allows them to capture design intent. Design intent is how the creator of the part wants it to respond to changes and updates. For example, you would want the hole at the top of a beverage can to stay at the top surface, regardless of the height or size of the can. SolidWorks allows the user to specify that the hole is a feature on the top surface, and will then honor their design intent no matter what height they later assign to the can. Features refer to the building blocks of the part. They are the shapes and operations that construct the part. Shape-based features typically begin with a 2D or 3D sketch of shapes such as bosses, holes, slots, etc. This shape is then extruded or cut to add or remove material from the part. Operation-based features are not sketch-based, and include features such as fillets, chamfers, shells, applying draft to the faces of a part, etc. screen shot captured from a SolidWorks top-down design approach. Building a model in SolidWorks usually starts with a 2D sketch (although 3D sketches are available for power users). The sketch consists of geometry such as points, lines, arcs, conics (except the hyperbola), and splines. Dimensions are added to the sketch to define the size and location of the geometry. Relations are used to define attributes such as tangency, parallelism, perpendicularity, and concentricity. The parametric nature of SolidWorks means that the dimensions and relations drive the geometry, not the other way around. The dimensions in the sketch can be controlled independently, or by relationships to other parameters inside or outside of the sketch. In an assembly, the analog to sketch relations are mates. Just as sketch relations define conditions such as tangency, parallelism, and concentricity with respect to sketch geometry, assembly mates define equivalent relations with respect to the individual parts or components, allowing the easy construction of assemblies. SolidWorks also includes additional advanced mating features such as gear and cam follower mates, which allow modeled gear assemblies to accurately reproduce the rotational movement of an actual gear train. Finally, drawings can be created either from parts or assemblies. Views are automatically generated from the solid model, and notes, dimensions and tolerances can then be easily added to the drawing as needed. The drawing module includes most paper sizes and standards (ANSI, ISO, DIN, GOST, JIS, BSI and SAC).
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Tutorial MasterCAM Sprocket 35 X 0.5

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Tutorial MasterCAM Sprocket 35 X 0.5
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SolidWorks Exercises NO 1

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SolidWorks Exercises NO 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dsA9jAfQDNo&feature=youtu.be
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Blender 2.80 | Beginner Tutorial - Design A Simple Glass

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I started to 3D model in Blender for the first time and designed this simple glass in Blender 2.80. It consists of basic features you can use in Blender what makes this an absolute beginner tutorial. I describe everything i do with step by step instructions, so you can follow it easily. How i rendered this glass: https://youtu.be/VPJZAH4TSfs This video was recorded in the stable release of Blender 2.80 (2019-07-11). https://www.blender.org
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Four Pipe Joints

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Four Pipe Joints in solidworks
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Shock Absorber anlysis in Workbench

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Shock Absorber anlysis in Workbench
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Inventor 2020 | Radial Aircraft Engine | Full Model | Vol. 1

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Radial Aircraft Engine. Inspired by Wolfgang (https://grabcad.com/library/7-cylinder-radial-engine-3) Practice modeling with Inventor. This is the first part modeling of a radial aircraft engine. Below is a link to download blueprint and dimensions used. https://d2t1xqejof9utc.cloudfront.net/screenshots/pics/69a18aa68fe9c295fb81cb22de572ae0/original.jpg Happy Modeling!
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SOLIDWORKS PRACTICE PIECE 2

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SolidWorks is a solid modeler, and utilizes a parametric feature-based approach which was initially developed by PTC (Creo/Pro-Engineer) to create models and assemblies. The software is written on Parasolid-kernel. Parameters refer to constraints whose values determine the shape or geometry of the model or assembly. Parameters can be either numeric parameters, such as line lengths or circle diameters, or geometric parameters, such as tangent, parallel, concentric, horizontal or vertical, etc. Numeric parameters can be associated with each other through the use of relations, which allows them to capture design intent.
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#Solidworks smart library function

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How to create a library design feature in SOLIDWORKS. cam lock and nut system
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SOLIDWORKS PRACTICE PIECE 7

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SolidWorks is a solid modeler, and utilizes a parametric feature-based approach which was initially developed by PTC (Creo/Pro-Engineer) to create models and assemblies. The software is written on Parasolid-kernel. Parameters refer to constraints whose values determine the shape or geometry of the model or assembly. Parameters can be either numeric parameters, such as line lengths or circle diameters, or geometric parameters, such as tangent, parallel, concentric, horizontal or vertical, etc. Numeric parameters can be associated with each other through the use of relations, which allows them to capture design intent. Design intent is how the creator of the part wants it to respond to changes and updates. For example, you would want the hole at the top of a beverage can to stay at the top surface, regardless of the height or size of the can. SolidWorks allows the user to specify that the hole is a feature on the top surface, and will then honor their design intent no matter what height they later assign to the can. Features refer to the building blocks of the part. They are the shapes and operations that construct the part. Shape-based features typically begin with a 2D or 3D sketch of shapes such as bosses, holes, slots, etc. This shape is then extruded or cut to add or remove material from the part. Operation-based features are not sketch-based, and include features such as fillets, chamfers, shells, applying draft to the faces of a part, etc. screen shot captured from a SolidWorks top-down design approach. Building a model in SolidWorks usually starts with a 2D sketch (although 3D sketches are available for power users). The sketch consists of geometry such as points, lines, arcs, conics (except the hyperbola), and splines. Dimensions are added to the sketch to define the size and location of the geometry. Relations are used to define attributes such as tangency, parallelism, perpendicularity, and concentricity. The parametric nature of SolidWorks means that the dimensions and relations drive the geometry, not the other way around. The dimensions in the sketch can be controlled independently, or by relationships to other parameters inside or outside of the sketch. In an assembly, the analog to sketch relations are mates. Just as sketch relations define conditions such as tangency, parallelism, and concentricity with respect to sketch geometry, assembly mates define equivalent relations with respect to the individual parts or components, allowing the easy construction of assemblies. SolidWorks also includes additional advanced mating features such as gear and cam follower mates, which allow modeled gear assemblies to accurately reproduce the rotational movement of an actual gear train. Finally, drawings can be created either from parts or assemblies. Views are automatically generated from the solid model, and notes, dimensions and tolerances can then be easily added to the drawing as needed. The drawing module includes most paper sizes and standards (ANSI, ISO, DIN, GOST, JIS, BSI and SAC).
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Creo Parametric 6.0 2d to 3d Modeling with Rule Based Selection

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The video demonstrates the complete procedure of creating a 3d model from scratch as well as drawing reading. Primary focus was to make you aware of how to use rule based selection technique.
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SolidWorks Exercises NO 2

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SolidWorks Exercises NO 2
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SolidWorks Exercises NO 3

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SolidWorks Exercises NO 3