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Comment by Phillip Marsh on April 8, 2012 at 10:40am

I teach design seminars for plastics, sheet metals, metal extrusions, metal castings, and platings coatings and surface finishes.  (See Until 9-11 I would teach in various cities for four days every month.  This has been on hold even longer  because of the current economy.  I plan to start this up again and have everyone come to San Diego. So much travel for me is a killer.  Is it time now?  Do you plan to attend any  training seminars  to expand your knowledge?  Is your company ready to invest in your training? We can help each other with your feedback.

Comment by Mahehendranathan on March 29, 2011 at 2:19pm

Hello Everyone,

I am currently looking for a permanent job opening anywhere in US, and I am Green Card Holder and recently shifted from India and I have 8+ yrs experience in Inventor and Solidworks. I am into Concept design and New Product design using CADD. Can anyone help me in referring my resume to your friends who knows any one hiring for a Sr/Lead position in USA. Currently located in NJ and willing to relocate anywhere in US, except NY. 

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Kindly do me this help as soon as possible.

Help me friends.



Comment by Andrew Feliks on February 6, 2011 at 3:09pm

Venturi Tube to wind  It is the fruit of my 30 - year working on the cone.

This work was needed on the engine new4stroke...



Von Braun and his V1 engine 

His pupil Walter Kaaden.

And Venturi....



New animations half rotate engine:





And in scale 1:1  350 ccm intake volume:    Save file

Regards Andrew






Comment by susant patra on February 6, 2011 at 1:31pm



I would appreciate if any one can point me to a tutorial that will allow me to use solidworks to create MEMS structure by mimicking the wafer process of deposition,etching etc involving non-planar structure.




Comment by Benjilali MAhdi on February 5, 2011 at 3:47am

Synch tech is really great, it makes the designing sth different from sketch guided features, sth very flexible and friendly

Bbut why it has not yet implemented in solidworks maybe it is a protected invention for Siemens?

Comment by on December 23, 2010 at 7:46am

I have the same problem , and finally i give up and start manualy type the numbers in the table or delete the table and making it again. I think this is a still not fix bug from SW.

Comment by Jay Shangraw on December 22, 2010 at 2:47pm

I have tried to modify them by clicking on the top of the column and changing it to custom and manually typing in the letters, but they dont change over. If I type in "A",  it still shows up as "D" on the hole.

Comment by Timothy Owens on December 22, 2010 at 1:52pm
Can you rename them by highlighting the holes in the feature manager to put them in the order you want i.e A,B,C…? Have you tried modifying the properties of the pattern like when you create a detail or section view?
Comment by Jay Shangraw on December 22, 2010 at 1:31pm
Hi everyone. I have another question for you guys. I am running SW 20210 and I use the Hole Table on just about all of my sheet metal drawings. My question is this, is there a way to alter the "TAG" column? My hole table calls out all of my holes, but not squares or rectangles. When I delete the ones I dont need, my tags look like, C, F, K, AA and so on. Is there a way to manually change the tag listing???
Comment by on December 19, 2010 at 11:31am

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