Videos

[VTT] Spline and Offset on Surface

Video Tech Tip: Spline and Offset on Surface Commands

3D CAD SOLIDWORKS

In this video tech tip, we dive into two SOLIDWORKS sketching tools that will save you time and headache when it comes to complex surfaces. Watch the video for more information on the Spline on Surface command and the Offset on Surface Command.

Stratasys F123 Dunwoody College Case Study

3D Printing in Education: Expanding Applied Learning

3D Printing FDM Technology

Learn how Dunwoody College of Technology incorporates Stratasys F123 Series 3D printers in education to expand applied learning.

[VTT] 2017 Command Manager Customization and Keyboard Shortcuts

Video Tech Tip: SOLIDWORKS Command Manager Customization and Keyboard Shortcuts

3D CAD SOLIDWORKS

Watch this Video Tech Tip to learn how to customize your Command Manager and quickly access keyboard shortcuts, so you can become a more efficient SOLIDWORKS user.

[VTT] How to Represent Radiation in Flow Simulation

Video Tech Tip: How to Represent Radiation in Flow Simulation

Simulation SOLIDWORKS

We answer the commonly asked question, "How do you represent radiation in SOLIDWORKS Simulation?" Watch our Video Tech Tip for a step-by-step radiation study demonstrating how to test radiation absorption, source efficiency and more.

[VTT] Submodeling - The Magnifying Glass for SOLIDWORKS Simulation

Video Tech Tip: Submodeling - the Magnifying Glass for SOLIDWORKS Simulation

3D CAD Simulation

When running a SOLIDWORKS Simulation on particularly complex geometries it can be especially useful to use a technique called Submodeling. Using Submodeling is like having a magnifying glass to zoom in on small areas of stress, solve them independently, and get highly accurate results.

[VTT] Troubleshooting Sheet Metal Flat Patterns in Drawings

Video Tech Tip: Troubleshooting Sheet Metal Flat Patterns in Drawings

3D CAD SOLIDWORKS

Have you ever experienced your sheet metal flat pattern not appear in SOLIDWORKS Drawings? In this Video Tech Tip we talk about how to troubleshoot the problem and the most common solution.

[VTT] Static Study in SOLIDWORKS Simulation - Hydrostatic Pressure

Video Tech Tip: Static Study in SOLIDWORKS Simulation: Hydrostatic Pressure

Simulation SOLIDWORKS

Testing hydrostatic pressure just got easier! With the help of SOLIDWORKS Simulation, you can perform a static study without having to simulate the fluid itself. Watch how in our Video Tech Tip.

Desktop Metal Support Material Removal

Desktop Metal Support Material Removal

3D Printing 3D Printing Materials Metal 3D Printing

Watch for more information on TriMech's new solutions partner, Desktop Metal 3D printers and how to easily remove support material in post-processing.

Desktop Metal Launch Video

Desktop Metal Launch Video

3D Printing Metal 3D Printing

TriMech partnered with Desktop Metal, an industry-leading metal 3D printing company who offers two, cost-effective metal 3D printing systems. Watch for more information on the Desktop Metal Studio printer and Production printer.

[VTT] Creating New Views in SOLIDWORKS

Video Tech Tip: Creating New Views in SOLIDWORKS

3D CAD SOLIDWORKS

Tired of looking at your models from the standard front, right, top or isometric views? In this Video Tech Tip, we explore how to create new views in SOLIDWORKS' Orientation dialogue box.

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) & PolyJet 3D Printing Comparison

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) & PolyJet 3D Printing Comparison

3D Printing PolyJet Technology FDM Technology

Compare the print quality and detail, material options and various applications that best suit Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) & PolyJet 3D printing. Watch to learn how each technology can advance your prototype and production process.

Industry-Leading, Professional Grade Desktop 3D Printer_final

Industry Leading, Professional Grade Desktop 3D Printer

3D Printing

Introducing the Stratasys uPrint desktop 3D printer. This do-it-all printer uses FDM Technology to build in real ABSplus thermoplastic, resulting in models and functional prototypes that are durable, stable and accurate. Evaluate form, fit and function in everything from ergonomics to manufacturing processes — right from your desktop. The optional dual material bays mean more uninterrupted print time, so you can maximize productivity even when you’re not in the office.

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