Best Practices for Managing SOLIDWORKS Large Assembly Models

Large-Assembly-Models

Did you miss attending SOLIDWORKS World 2016?

Well, good news: Tom Cote’s presentation Best Practices for Managing Large Assembly Models was recorded and you can watch it for free! This was one of the more popular sessions from SOLIDWORKS World that will provide advice on how to get large part and assembly models to perform more efficiently. You will learn:

  • What is a large SOLIDWORKS assembly and why is it important?
  • What affects performance and how do we measure it?
  • Which features and options have a negative or positive impact on performance?
  • What tools in SOLIDWORKS can help performance?

WATCH NOW HERE and see the capabilities in SOLIDWORKS that can help you accelerate your design process, save time and development costs, and increase productivity. Special thanks to Dassault Systems for recording this presentation.

July SWUG Appearances

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Applied CAD Solutions is excited to be visiting the following SWUGs this July:

Louisville SOLIDWORKS User Group, July 12th

For more information and registration visit the SWUG Calendar

 

Central Indiana SOLIDWORKS User Group, July 13th

Topic 1: Global Variable, Linked Dim’s and Equations
Topic 2:  Understanding File Management and References

For more information and registration visit http://www.indianasolidworks.org

 

Greater Evansville Area SOLIDWORKS User Group, July 14th

Topic 1: Global Variable, Linked Dim’s and Equations
Topic 2: Tips & Tricks

For more information and registration visit the SWUG Calendar

First NHSWUG Meeting of 2016!

Join us for the first NHSWUG meeting of 2016!

Where: Daniel Webster College 20 University Drive, Nashua, NH 03063

When: Thursday, January 21, 2016 from 5:15 – 9:30 pm

Agenda:

5:15 – 6:15 Eat, Mingle, Network

6:15 – 6:30 Business and Introductions

6:30 – 7:30 Global Variables, Equations and Linked Equations – Tom Cote, Applied CAD Solutions

7:30 – 8:00 Break, networking

8:00 – 9:00 What’s New in SW 2016 – John Nolin, SolidXperts

9:00 – 9:15 Business, Giveaways and Closing

For full details and RSVP

We look forward to seeing you there!

ACS Owner, Tom Cote, is Presenting at SOLIDWORKS World 2016

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While many of you are counting down the days until the holidays, we are getting excited for SOLIDWORKS World 2016! SWW2016 will be held from January 31 — February 3, 2016 in Dallas, Texas. The best part is that Applied CAD Solutions owner, Tom Cote, will have two presentations:

Managing & Best Practices for Large Assembly Models

Monday, February 1, 2016 from 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm during the Technical Training Sessions

 

Equations, Linked Dimensions and Global Variables (Hands-On)

Tuesday, February 2, 2016 from 10:30 am – 12:00 pm during the Technical Training Sessions

 

Be sure to mark your calendars for these two awesome events and check out the full SWW2016 Agenda

December SWUG Visits

BANSWUG Meeting on December 3rd

Topics: “New Product Tour: SOLIDWORKS Industrial Conceptual and SOLIDWORKS Visualize”

Where: ITT Technical Institute – Boston North Campus, 200 Ballardvale Street #200, Wilmington, MA 01887

When: 5:30 pm – 9:00pm

RSVP: By visiting the BANSWUG website

CMASWUG Meeting on December 9th

Topics: “DriveWorks Express & DriveWorks” by Jason Pancoast and “Geometry Repair & the Feature Manager” by Laura Weismantle.

Where: Porter and Chester Institute, 220 Brooks St, Worcester, MA 01606

When: 5:15 pm – 9:15pm

RSVP: By visiting the CMASWUG website

 

Recent SWUG Guest Appearance:

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Tom visited the PCBSWUG on November 5th to present Tips and Tricks for using SOLIDWORKS. The PCBSWUG is in Panama City, Florida. For more information about the event and who attended, check out the Eventbrite event.

 

Stay Tuned…

We will be announcing more information about presenting at SOLIDWORKS WORLD 2016 :)

Upcoming SWUG Meetings

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See us at the following SWUG Meetings:

The next BAN-SWUG meeting is on September 29 in Waltham, MA from 5:30 – 9:00 pm

Presentation topics include a live demo of the Markforg3D Mark One Printer, PD/UX Breakout Sessions, and Using BOMs to Represent a Family of Parts. This meeting will be held at ProSource, which is located at 333 Wyman Street #225, Waltham, MA 02451. For information visit the site: http://www.banswug.org/

 

The next CMA-SWUG meeting is on October 7 in Worcester, MA from 5:30 – 9:30 pm

This meeting will be held at Primetals Technologies, 40 Crescent Street, Worcester, MA

For more information, presenters and meeting topics please visit our site:  http://www.cma-swug.com

Upcoming SWUG events in August

CMA-SWUG Meeting — August 5, 2015

The next CMA-SWUG meeting is Aug 5th at Metso Automation in Shrewsbury, MA.  Visit CMA-SWUG.com for more details (No doing any presentations scheduled at this time)

 

NM-SWUG Meeting — August 12, 2015

ACS founder, Tom Cote, will be presenting at the Albuquerque MN, SWUG (NMSUG) meeting on Aug 12th on Understanding File Management and File Relations. For more information visit SWUGN.org.

 

SOLIDWORKS User Group Summit — August 27, 2015

SOLIDWORKS will be holding a User Group Summit at the Embassy Suites – Valley Forge, Wayne, PA (just outside of Philadelphia) on August 27th.  ACS founder Tom Cote will be presenting Global Variables, Equations & Linked Dim’s. For more information and registration details for the event visit SWUGN.org.

Upcoming SWUG Events

SWUG Summit — May 19, 2015

SOLIDWORKS will be holding a User Group Summit at The Desmond Hotel in Albany, NY on May 19. ACS founder Tom Cote will be presenting “Tips and Tricks.” For more information and registration details for the event visit SWUGN.org.

CMA-SWUG Meeting — June 11, 2015

Eat, mingle, network and learn! Join us at Primetals in Worcester, MA non June 11. Topics are Modeling Tips and Techniques by Sal Lama of SOLIDWORKS and Sketching, Curves and Reference Geometry; the Foundations of your SolidWorks Designs by Jay Pinheiro. For more information and registration details visit cma-swug.com.

BAN-SWUG Meeting — June 23

Join us to learn “Lesser-Known Tips and Tricks” and “Creating Custom Library Parts” at FLIR Systems in North Billerica, MA. For more information and registration details visit banswug.org.

Applied CAD Solutions Partners with Onshape Inc

We are proud to announce that we have teamed up with Onshape Inc as a consulting partner. Onshape is a full-cloud 3D CAD system that allows users to create models via web browsers, tablets and mobile devices. Our support of Onshape is another example of our commitment to improve CAD efficiency for our clients. We will provide expertise with migration, integration, customization, and training. For additional information, please visit www.onshape.com. To request a private demonstration of Onshape and their CAD capabilities, call Tom Cote at 978-235-7200.

SOLIDWORKS Tips & Tricks

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ACS founder, Tom Cote, presented SOLIDWORKS Tips & Tricks last night at the NHSWUG meeting. The user group met at Daniel Webster College and learned about the interactive “What’s New” help window, sketching on surfaces, the ToolBox Flag and more. Click here to download and view the presentation to learn more!

Tom Cote will be at the next CMA-SWUG meeting on April 1st at WPI in Worcester, MA. The Central MA SWUG welcomes all SOLIDWORKS users; industrial, academic, large and small businesses to come share the food, fellowship, and technical presentations.