If you're looking for a little help getting started, or want to check out some of the advanced features in SolidWorks, get up to speed with these tips from SolidWorks community members.
There are things within SolidWorks that can help speed things up for you that aren’t usually taught during training classes. Jeff shares some of these shortcuts and tricks with you.
Filled Surface is one of the most powerful tools in surfacing. Charles takes a look at this tool to show you how better to control it, and make sure that it stays as stable as possible--even after changes to the design.
By incorporating some best practices into your SolidWorks modeling routine, you can streamline your design work and focus on your design instead of driving SolidWorks. Brian shares some of the best practices that he uses when creating part models in SolidWorks.
If you use SolidWorks for machine design or similar industries, the Hole Wizard is a vital tool for your daily design duties. Jason walks you through the process of setting up a Hole Wizard standard to help you and your fellow designers work smarter and faster.
Appearances allow you to add color and texture to your models. SolidWorks ships with approximately 490 appearances, but there are times when you will have to create custom appearances for your specific needs. Rob shows you how in this article.