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Greg Jankowski


Greg Jankowski is the customer satisfaction manager at SolidWorks Corp. He is the author of SolidWorks for Dummies, SolidWorks for AutoCAD Users and the e-book Exploring SolidWorks. Greg is a regular columnist in Cadalyst and SolidWorks Express magazines. Contact Greg at the e-mail address below.


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Working with Sketch Plane (Solid Thinking SolidWorks Tutorial)   12 Jan, 2006
By: Greg Jankowski

Learn how to work with the Sketch Plane tool to combine 2D and 3D sketches.

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Solid Thinking: More Functional Features to Build Plastic Parts   15 Dec, 2005
By: Greg Jankowski

SolidWorks' vent and fill pattern tools help automate the task of creating features that are functional in nature.

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Solid Thinking: Using Functional Features to Build Plastic Parts   15 Nov, 2005
By: Greg Jankowski

SolidWorks' fastening, vent and area fill features help automate the task of creating features that are functional in nature.

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Solid Thinking: Help Your Designers Achieve Their Full Potential   15 Sep, 2005
By: Greg Jankowski

Recognize the return on investment of individual and group CAD learning plans.

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Solid Thinking: Check Your Drawings for Spelling Errors   15 Aug, 2005
By: Greg Jankowski

SolidWorks checks your drawings and drawing formats for misspellings.

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Solid Thinking: Making Designs More Consistent with Design Checker   15 Jul, 2005
By: Greg Jankowski

SolidWorks Design Checker helps you define CAD standards within your organization

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Solid Thinking: Control Hole Wizard, Toolbox from a Common Database   15 Apr, 2005
By: Greg Jankowski

SolidWorks makes it easy to customize and share these capabilities

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Solid Thinking: Things You Might Not Know About Assemblies   15 Mar, 2005
By: Greg Jankowski

Little-known facts can add up to big improvements in productivity and design accuracy

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Solid Thinking: Go With the Flow   15 Feb, 2005
By: Greg Jankowski

Go with the flow: Use SolidWorks' MoldflowXpress to create better injection-molded plastic parts.

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What Makes a Good CAD Manager?   15 Jan, 2005
By: Greg Jankowski

In a SolidWorks environment, a good CAD manager will improve your companys productivity, product quality and total cost of ownership.

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