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Have you ever created off centered Torroid ? Where are thetoroidal inductors used? Applications: Medical devices Telecommunications Musical instruments Industrial controls Refrigeration equipment Ballasts Electronic clutches Electronic brakes Aerospace & Nuclear fields Air conditioner equipment Amplifiers. To create off centered Toroid Watch this Video: If you’re still having trouble, please get in touch with the Logical […]

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Have you ever faced a crash in SOLIDWORKS ? Do you know how to overcome a crash ? In general while using  SOLIDWORKS  we face an issue regarding crashes with a dialogue box. There  are different types of crashes in SOLIDWORKS Reproducible Crash Non-Reproducible Crash Random Crash. and also there are different methods to troubleshoot […]

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How to Submit an Enhancement Request

You’ve got a great idea that should be implemented in SOLIDWORKS? SOLIDWORKS is always looking for what enhancements their users would like in new releases. So, what exactly is an enhancement request?  It can be anything from new ideas that you want to see in SOLIDWORKS, the new behavior you want something to have or […]

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What’s new in SOLIDWORKS Inspection 2017

SOLIDWORKS Inspection is a First Article Inspection (FAI) and in-process inspection software that streamlines and automates the creation of ballooned inspection drawings and inspection reports (AS9102, PPAP, etc.). SOLIDWORKS Inspection is a simple and intuitive application that can reduce the time needed to create inspection documentation by up to 90 percent, and helps to virtually […]

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SOLIDWORKS MBD (Model Based Definition) is an integrated drawing-less manufacturing solution for SOLIDWORKS 3D design software. SOLIDWORKS MBD guides the manufacturing process directly in 3D. You can define, organize, and publish 3D PMI, including 3D model data, in industry-standard file formats (such as SOLIDWORKS files, eDrawings®, 3D PDF, and STEP 242). Companies embracing model-based definition […]

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