Row and column numbers in conjunction with a document number provide an easy and effective method to locate specific electrical components, origin and destination points, wires, or any drawing element within a complex , multi-paged electrical document book. Virtually every company that we work with requires a customized system for row and column numbering within […]
As the saying goes, there’s more than one way to skin a cat. And there’s more than one thousand ways to 3D print a part. There are tons of factors that go into producing a physical object from your digital file. From choice of material, resolution, density, orientation, scale, speed, and so on. Most slicing software have […]
Checkout the 12 Days of CAPINC this month to learn from the the years best technical tips, tutorials and expert advice. Enjoy topics like SOLIDWORKS 2016, Simulation hacks, 3D printing best practices, and Electrical schematic customization.
It’s said that “You can please some of the people all of the time, or all of the people some of the time, but you can’t use software with factory default settings.” Or something like that… Anyway here are the SOLIDWORKS Simulation settings and options that you might want to change to improve your Simulation […]
Since your upgrade to SOLIDWORKS 2015 you might have noticed a new website called My.SolidWorks.com. Today’s blog is to help you understand this new service. What is MySolidWorks This is a new service SOLIDWORKS is providing to help you get answers, be current, learn more, and share & showcase all things SOLIDWORKS. MySolidWorks Highlights Buzz: Allows […]
Cold Weather Day Dreaming With my kayaks all stowed away for the winter, I recently had to resort to my next favorite water sport, dreaming about kayaking. This time it manifested as designing a modern take on a traditional skin on frame kayak. The frame construction for a skin on frame kayak involves bending long […]
CAPINC’s Application Engineer, Laura Weismantel stops by to discuss a new feature she’s loving in SOLIDWORKS 2015: the Chain Component Pattern. Watch the vlog to learn how it’s improving SOLIDWORKS assemblies.