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Richard Doyle


Richard Doyle is user community coordinator for SolidWorks, responsible for helping SolidWorks user groups grow. A SolidWorks user since 1997, Richard has 27 years of experience in the field of mechanical drafting and design, including 20 years working with CAD. As one of the original founding members of the SWUGN (SolidWorks User Group Network) committee, Doyle has spent a good deal of time helping to keep SolidWorks users informed, educated, and enjoying the benefits of working with 3D CAD.


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The SolidWorks Community (Solid Thinking SolidWorks Tutorial)   1 Dec, 2007
By: Richard Doyle

From user groups to the VAR, here are the SolidWorks Community groups you should contact.

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Validate Manufacturability (Solid Thinking SolidWorks Tutorial)   1 Nov, 2007
By: Richard Doyle

How to Use DFMXpress in SolidWorks 2008.

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Handy New Assembly Tools in SolidWorks 2008 (Solid Thinking SolidWorks Tutorial)   1 Oct, 2007
By: Richard Doyle

Increase assembly performance, analyze your assemblies, and create mates with new tools.

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SolidWorks 2008 is Here! (Solid Thinking SolidWorks Tutorial)   1 Sep, 2007
By: Richard Doyle

New interface changes save you time.

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Share More CAD Data with SolidWorks (Solid Thinking SolidWorks Tutorial)   1 Aug, 2007
By: Richard Doyle

3D annotation views help bridge the information gap between design and manufacturing.

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SolidWorks 2007 Takes the Stage (Solid Thinking SolidWorks Tutorial)   7 Aug, 2006
By: Richard Doyle

What's new in the latest release of SolidWorks?

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The SolidWorks Task Pane (Solid Thinking SolidWorks Tutorial)   9 May, 2006
By: Richard Doyle

A wealth of resources is just a click (or two) away.

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SolidWorks 2006 Quick Tips (Solid Thinking SolidWorks Tutorial)   12 Apr, 2006
By: Richard Doyle

A look at some tools you might have missed.

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