Tutorials

SolidWorks Advanced 3D Part Modeling Tutorial

8 0 Intermediate
In this video, we are going to create a 3d Model from 2D Drawing. Rib, Boundary Boss, Loft Cut, Symmetric pattern, Hole Wizard are the command that are used in this video. I hope it will escalate your 3d modeling skills.

How to prevent models from being cut in PhotoView 360

8 0 Beginner
While rendering with PhotoView 360, the Final Render might show your model cut - from below - as if a plane sliced through it, although the Integrated Preview (in SolidWorks) shows your model perfectly. I had this issue a couple times, so I thought that others might have it too. So here I'll show you how to fix this problem.

Part-I Alloy wheel & tubeless tyre in Creo parametric 2.0

5 0 Intermediate
Alloy wheel modeeling in creo 2.0 & tubeless tyre By NIlesh Gunjal ME CAD/CAM

Extruded Cut in SolidWorks

5 1 Beginner
This is a short Tutorial teaching you how to make an Extruded Cut on SolidWorks.

2D into 3D Modeling - Part design training - SOLIDWORKS - Exercise

4 2 Beginner
Look how it looks this 2d drawing in 3D as a body !

Autodesk Inventor - How to cut Irregular Helical Groove

4 1 Intermediate
See tutorial below

How to make tangent cuts to a curved solid

4 0 Intermediate
Hi ! If only rendering is necessary , basic SW material such as perforated rubber can make the job. Arrange color, resize map scale and it will be done.

LASER BUTTERFLY 1 CUT - (MARIPOSA 1 CORTE LASER) +BONUS+ Autodesk Inventor

4 0 Intermediate
Plans for cutting in the video description + BONUS

SOLIDWORKS - USING SWEPT CUT WITH SOLID PROFILES IN SOLIDWORKS

3 0 Beginner
Free Solidworks Video step by step Tutorial. This video tutorial how to use swept cut command with solid profile in solidworks. If this video is useful, support this channel to grow https://www.youtube.com/c/DesainCAD/videos By SUBSCRIBE, LIKE and COMMENT #solidworkstutorial​​ #sweptcut #solidprofile

2D into 3D Modeling - Part design training - Autodesk INVENTOR - Exercise

3 2 Beginner
Look how it looks this 2d drawing in 3D as a body !

How to Make design for Plasma Cutting by Tracing Pictures on SolidWorks Tutorial

3 0 Beginner
Same video in Urdu / Hindi: https://youtu.be/c3eD060r_2A In this video I will make a design in solidworks for plasma cutting machine. You will know how to Trace pictures in solidworks. How to make linear pattern in solidworks. How to mirror feature in solidworks. .

How to Create Profile with Sweep Cut for the BOTTLE 1 Liter

3 0 Intermediate
Create a profile on the surface of the bottle using the Sweep Cut command. On shoulder and body. And the grip at the bottom of the bottle. This is the 1-liter capacity

Cut list table & Weldments

2 0 Beginner
Introduction to Weldments and the cut list table. https://grabcad.com/library/weldments-6

Tutorial - Using cut with surface feature in SolidWorks?

2 0 Beginner
Here is the tutorial.

How to create a simple macro in SolidWorks?

2 1 Beginner
Ok, here it is. The Macro is attached. The screenshot of the macro is also attached. This macro creates a plane, draws a rectangle and extrudes it, every time in the same position irrespective of any other already presented features etc. There are comments for each operation, so It should be pretty clear now. Couple of main points: 1) Every time you create the sketch you have to assign it as an object to a new variable of type Object (in our case it is Sketch_Hardi) before(!) closing it. This way you will have all sketch names organized, and you will always select the right one. 2) Every new feature you create (Plane, Extrude, etc) with new variable of type Object as well. This gives you the same control of selection only the right features as you want them (By referring to it's name). Like in our case it is Hardi_Plane.Name and Hardi_Extrude.Name 3) If you have a lot of features, just use arrays of type Object (if you need help with arrays, loops etc, let me know) 4) We have a proper Object-Oriented code, so think in classes, methods, and instances. Again, need help, just point to the part that you do not understand and I'll explain it to you on a basic level. Hope this helps, enjoy