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SolidWorks Timesaving Tip #6: Assembly Techniques

SolidWorks Timesaving Tip #6: Assembly Techniques

18 March, 2010

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Stay current with advanced assembly techniques (multiple mate mode, sub-assembly, etc.) that will save you time and give you the skills you need to take your designs to the next level. During the whole month of March, the SolidWorks Asia-Pacific blog will be publishing exclusive timesaving tips every Tuesday and Thursday.

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  • Anonymous says:

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  • Ilda says:

    That sounds like a Solidworks users worst nhimtrage, there got be days where tears of frustrations are just around the corner?A tracking feature like the one in Mastercam would be hard to get to work on a assembly level in Solidworks when it comes to mates and stuff. But it does have a nice function to key in on what is different from previous loaded parts. I could possible see it could be helpful on a part level in Solidworks. Seems like a blog post about Mastercams change recognition should be in the near future Thank you Rod

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