SOLIDWORKS - How to Assign/Edit Colors and Appearance to Parts

0 0 Beginner
In this video, you'll learn how to assign color and appearance to components, features, solid body, surface body, and part surface in the part and assembly environment. You will not only learn how to assign colors, but also how to edit colors and lights, but also how we use ready-made textures. In order for these textures and lights to appear on the part in the graphic area, the realview feature must be turned on. Realview Feature: * Your computer graphics card must be compatible with SOLIDWORKS for this feature to turn on automatically. You can use the link below to review the appropriate video cards and drivers for SOLIDWORKS. Link: https://www.solidworks.com/support/hardware-certification/ * Another way to turn this feature on is to make a few changes to the registry. However, since this way will not meet the real requirements of the program, it may cause performance problems after a while. (You can find information on this subject with a short research.) #NonCADKeys #SOLIDWORKS #CAD *** For more and more different content to come We ask you to SUBSCRIBE to our channel and LIKE our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSD8g4g28uXzAnQJif7T4Ew

SOLIDWORKS - Path Mate & Change in the part referenced to the body | Toy Train #4

0 0 Intermediate
And finally we assemble the train and the rail. Notice how we use points when assembling the train and track, how we choose the entire path, what references we use in the parallelism relationship. We have also said before that the parts that make up the train are referenced to the first body we made. By using these references, you can make any changes you want to the parts. For now, we moved the train with the mouse. Maybe we can make it move on its own in the future... #NonCADKeys #SOLIDWORKS #cad