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How to do (universal joint) in Solidworks

3 0 Intermediate
How to do (universal joint) in Solidworks In this video......... Choose Assembly (0.18) Insert Components (0:24) Create Mates (1:00) Center 2 parts ( 1:27) Circular Component Patteern (3:14) use wideth dimention (4:30) Copy Parts with Mates (10:29) Using Motion study (13:51) Appearance (16:38) ----------------------------------------------------- for any question please contact us on loma.enso@gmail.com Or laeve your comment on video comments or on our page on Facebook ----------------------------------------------------- How to make (Assembly of Drone Helicopter ) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldJ5IjuqKa4&t=632s --------------------------------------------------------------- How to make (Assembly of Belt Roller ) in Solidworks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGVJrHHvgD8&t=3s ----------------------------------------------------------------

How to make (Assembly of Drone Helicopter )

3 0 Intermediate
In this video......... Introduction (0.01 ) Choose Assembly (1:08) Insert Components (1:16) Make Fix and Float (1:58) Create Mates (2:07) Copy Parts with Mates (3:34) Using Smart Fasteners (5:43) How to Lock Rotation (8:20) Manual Adding Bolts & Nuts (12:49) Finish Assembly (35:20) ----------------------------------------------------- for any question please contact us on loma.enso@gmail.com Or leave your comment on video comments or on our page on Facebook

Solidworks Assembly Sheet Metal To Flatten DXF

2 1 Expert
Automatically Convert Solidworks Assembly Sheet Metal To Flatten DXF by using macro Solidworks Assembly Sheet Metal To Flatten DXF Macro

Exercise 2

1 0 Beginner
Beginner's exercise video in Onshape.

Exercise 1

1 0 Beginner
Exercise videos in Onshape.

Frame Generator Tips : Fixing Your Bridge Construction - Editing Intersection Point

0 0 Intermediate
Frame Generator Tips : Fixing Your Bridge Construction - Editing Intersection Point Frame Generator to create internal frame and external frame assemblies for machines. Frame Generator is available in the assembly and weldment environments. You need a skeleton part on which to insert frame members. You can either: Create a model to use as a frame skeleton and place it in an assembly file (Place Component). Define the structure of a frame in the context of the assembly (Create Component). You can select sketch lines and edges from multiple parts to add to a skeletal part. As you select lines and edges, they are added to a skeletal part in the frame assembly. In the finished frame assembly, each frame member must have a corresponding line in the reference skeleton part. In the process to insert a frame member into an assembly, you select a Frame Member family from the Content Center. Then you define the size, material, and appearance parameters. After you select the frame member, you select one or more edges or a beginning and ending point for placement of the frame member. After you place frame members onto the structure, you add end treatments. End treatments specify the miters and cuts to join them. For a straight frame member with a miter on each end, such as an angled beam between two opposite inside corners, the correct frame length computes automatically. Frame Generator automates both the selection and placement of the standard frame members onto the skeleton or assembly components, and the addition of end treatments. For a frame member with a double miter (miter on each end), such as an angled beam between two opposite corners, the correct frame length computes automatically.

Exercise 3

0 0 Beginner
Beginner's exercise video in Onshape.

Belt Roller Assembly

0 0 Beginner
A belt roller assembly in Onshape for beginners.