Join Gabriel Corbett for an in-depth discussion in this video Looking at interference detection, part of SOLIDWORKS Tips & Tricks.
- [Narrator] In this week's example,…we're going to be talking about interference detection.…Now, interference detection is one of those things…that's been in SolidWorks for quite a while,…and it is under the Evaluate toolbar,…and if you haven't used it,…it's definitely something you should be using in…almost every one of your designs,…especially if it's an assembly,…because it's very easy to use and it gives you a lot…of really great information.…So if you don't have the Evaluate toolbar turned on,…make sure you right-click on any of the available toolbars…you have and make sure you turn on Evaluate.…There it is.…Alright, now turn on Interference Detection,…just click on that button and it will pop up.…
If you're done with it, go on and click on the X to…get rid of it.…But before we really get into that tool,…I want to show you what the problems are first.…So let's click on Section View first…and section this model in half.…You can see here that this is a pin…that's going a little bit too deep,…it's got a cone point on it and it's cutting into the…
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