Using Instant2D in SOLIDWORKS user can increase modeling performance with little effort.
- [Instructor] One of the features you'll want to leverage…to increase your performance in SolidWorks…is going to be the Instant2D feature.…This is key to improving your sketches…and speeding up the process of sketching complex designs.…Let's take a look.…I'm going to open an new part…and open a new sketch in the front plane.…I'm going to start with a center rectangle…and you can see I have Instant2D turned on.…Let's turn it off right now and enter some dimensions.…
Now you can see as I make these dimensions,…the modify box pops up and I'm just going to enter them in…as I normally do.…So as you can see I can single click…on a dimension, drag it.…I can drag the points and move the dimension if I want.…And this is all part of the regular sketch…dimensioning tools and sketch tools.…Now let's see what happens when I turn on Instant2D.…So now when I single click on this,…I'm given the option to change it.…
All right, so I'm going to type in 11, hit return.…You can see it changed instantly.…Now let's say I had a lot more features in here,…
- How your workstation's hardware functions
- Adjusting System Options settings
- Modeling best practices
- Creating custom configurations
- Fixing your assemblies
- Using SpeedPak
- Increasing modeling performance with Instant2D and Instant3D
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Setup: Hardware and Operating System
2. Systems Options
3. Best Modeling Practices
Fixing your assemblies3m 18s
4. Advanced Tweaks
Next steps1m 6s
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