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Design Study in SolidWorks 2010

A Closer Look at SolidWorks 2010 — 3: In SolidWorks 2010 (Beta code), the Design Study function lets you automatically generate multiple versions of your part by incrementally changing certain parameters, such as bend radius or extrusion height. From the results, you can pick the optimal configuration, which may be drastically different from your initial concept but still meets the required factor of safety, load conditions, or stress tolerance. But the parameters you can experiment with may be limited by how you build your part.

For more, watch the video below:

For other  features in SolidWorks 2010, read “SolidWorks 2010: Sustainability and Productivity Take Center Stage,” August 26, 2009, and “A Look at Multibody Sheet Metal in SolidWorks 2010,” September 29, 2009.

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About Kenneth

Kenneth Wong has been a regular contributor to the CAD industry press since 2000, first an an editor, later as a columnist and freelance writer for various publications. During his nine-year tenure, he has closely followed the migration from 2D to 3D, the growth of PLM (product lifecycle management), and the impact of globalization on manufacturing. His writings have appeared in Cadalyst, Computer Graphics World, and Manufacturing Business Technology, among others.

4 comments

  1. Lame ass attempt, my friend. My dead, retarded grandma could do better…..I’m serious!

  2. Ooooo…..my bad. The above smart ass remark was meant for another video viewed on the You Tube window, sorry! Really, Kenneth Wong Rocks! His voice damn near hypnotises me!

  3. WiseGuy: No problem! If your grandma could really give me a run for my money on using SolidWorks, I’d say you should be proud of your heritage. ;-)

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