You can create Smart Fasteners which can be inserted into Assemblies quickly with auto-inserting Mates.
- [Instructor] After you're done setting your permissions, … it's time to move on to category five, … or the last area in the toolbox settings, … the Smart Fasteners options. … Now you can see here there's not a lot of windows … and not a lot of options, … but, basically, what you're trying to decide here is … the certain criteria for things like your washers, … what your automatic fasteners … look like once you insert them, … and then what fasteners to use by default … when you have non-Hole Wizard holes. … So, typically, when you use the Hole Wizard, … you say what kind of thread … and what kind of screw you're going to use. … Toolbox is going to be able to understand that, … because it's also controlling the Hole Wizard settings, … and input the right piece of hardware. … But if not, by default, … it's going to use the socket head cap screw, … as you can see below. … If we want to change that, we can just click here … and dictate something else. … But I'm going to leave that as the default right now. …
- Working with the Costing Template Editor
- Using the Property Tab Builder
- Troubleshooting drawings in SOLIDWORKS Rx
- Benchmarking in SOLIDWORKS Rx
- Customizing your hardware
- Defining user settings in the Toolbox
- Managing tasks
- Routing with the Routing Library Manager
- Working with SOLIDWORKS Treehouse
Skill Level Intermediate
Cert Prep: Certified SOLIDWORKS Associatewith Gabriel Corbett1h 44m Intermediate
1. SOLIDWORKS Tools
2. SOLIDWORKS Rx
3. SOLIDWORKS Toolbox Settings
4. SOLIDWORKS Task Manager
5. SOLIDWORKS Routing Library Manager
6. SOLIDWORKS Treehouse
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