how to convert solidworks file to obj ?

22 7 Intermediate
convert solidworks file to obj

Tutorial : How to Import Sketchup files to SolidWorks?

8 6 Intermediate
Import Sketchup files to SolidWorks

tutorial : how to open solidworks files in sketchup

7 4 Intermediate
open solidworks files in sketchup

Tutorial: How to scale stl in solidworks?

13 2 Intermediate

How to make a rendering with SolidWorks

42 1 Intermediate
How to make a rendering with SolidWorks

Using Solidworks Configurations In Parts And At Assembly Level

20 4 Intermediate
Using this Example of a Basic Hydraulic Ram. An easy to follow tutorial on creating and enabling part configurations and how to follow them through to assembly level resulting in more diverse parts and dynamic 3D models.

How to save your animations as GIFs in SolidWorks

28 2 Intermediate
Do you want to know how to make GIFs of your animations? Ever asked yourself how they did it? Here I'll show you how to make seamless GIFs from your animations using SolidWorks, as well as PhotoScape... I chose PhotoScape as it has decent results, doesn't cause any bumping & - most important - is for free. You can download the latest version from here: http://www.photoscape.org/ps/main/download.php

Solid works Flow simulation

15 4 Intermediate
Hello I have made this tutorial for people who want to start learning Flow simulation in solidworks. You can find all tips in picture and if you find picture vague, do not hesitate to contact me. Best wishes, ARMIN

SolidWorks Flexible Sub-assembly (2 ways)

10 4 Intermediate
Most of us find it boring to keep repeating the same mates between the same parts within large assemblies, so we make "Sub-assembly" files to work with. But unfortunately, the default configuration for ALL sub-assemblies makes them "rigid"; as if they were a single part. Here we'll know how to make them "flexible", and in the easiest way possible.

TUTORIAL: Routing - Pipes and Tubes in Solidworks

10 0 Intermediate
TUTORIAL: Routing - Pipes and Tubes in Solidworks

How to convert a CAD file to an STL file?

2 0 Intermediate
STL is the standard file type used by most or all rapid prototyping systems. A STL is a triangulated representation of a 3D CAD model (figure 1). The triangulation of a surface will cause faceting of the 3D model. The parameters used for outputting a STL will affect how much faceting occurs (figure 2 and 3). You cannot build the model any better or smoother than the STL file, so if the STL is coarse and faceted, that is what you can expect in the final model. In the CAD package, when exporting to STL, you may see parameters for chord height, deviation, angle tolerance, or something similar. These are the parameters that affect the faceting of the STL.You don’t necessarily want to go too small. The finer the STL the larger the file is in size, which will affect processing time in Insight as well as build time. Below is some information found on the Internet regarding exporting to STL from various CAD packages.

How to animate and model rope and pulley in solidworks ?

5 0 Intermediate
This video illustrate the steps

Split line,Offset surface and Thicken in SOLIDWORKS

0 0 Intermediate
Split line,Offset surface and Thicken in SOLIDWORKS.

(VIDEO TUTORIAL) Solidworks Tutorial #155 How to Design a JET GAS TURBINE Assembly (Engine) in Solidworks Easy Design

38 8 Intermediate
Full Assembly Jet Gas Turbine Engine . Part Two Available on our YouTube Channel................. I hope you like this Tutorials This Tutorial Made by Request for Collage Students I'm always upload easy way drawing not hard. And unique trick friends. So please Subscribe & Share every Friends.

How so make a component in an assembly a "Reference" in SolidWorks

1 1 Intermediate
I figured it out!