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Customize SolidWorks for Efficiency   8 May, 2011

Solid Thinking Tutorial: You can implement these simple adjustments quickly, and start seeing the benefits immediately.More>>

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Display States in SolidWorks   14 Mar, 2011

Solid Thinking Tutorial: What are display states, and how can you use them with parts and assemblies?More>>

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Windows Explorer vs. SolidWorks Enterprise PDM   27 Jan, 2011

Solid Thinking Tutorial: Two project data management systems face off over project storage, managing revisions, and tracking an engineering change order.More>>

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Understanding Contact in SolidWorks Simulation   28 Oct, 2010

Solid Thinking Tutorial: Emulating real-life part interaction is essential for accurate stress analysis results.More>>

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Web-Based Help Offers Answers for SolidWorks Users   13 Mar, 2010

Solid Thinking tutorial: The new help system introduced in SolidWorks 2010 includes improved search tools, simplified navigation, and up-to-date documentation. More>>

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SWUGN Technical Summits (Solid Thinking SolidWorks Tutorial)   16 Oct, 2009

The one-day SolidWorks User Group Network events bring users together for learning, networking, and lunch. More>>

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What Else is New in SolidWorks 2009? (Solid Thinking SolidWorks Tutorial)   1 Dec, 2008

A look at some of the lesser publicized additions to the software.More>>

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CircuitWorks - Electro Meets Mechanical, Part 2 (Solid Thinking SolidWorks Tutorial)   30 Sep, 2008

The Component Library automatically stores information about SolidWorks models for later use.More>>

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CircuitWorks – Electro Meets Mechanical, Part 1 (Solid Thinking SolidWorks Tutorial)   1 Sep, 2008

Software bridges the divide between electrical and mechanical, allowing you to automatically create accurate, fully populated models from ECAD data.More>>

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Learn a Lot and Have a Little Fun (Solid Thinking SolidWorks Tutorial)   1 Jun, 2008

Educate yourself with great Internet resources for SolidWorks training.More>>