Get an introduction to Part Supply, the part sourcing application for finding components.
- [Instructor] The other half of…the SolidWorks xDesign Marketplace…is the SolidWorks xDesign Marketplace PartSupply.…Clicking on PartSupply, we get this small window here…that comes up and prompts us to Open PartSupply.…I'm going to click on that.…That gives us another tab in our browser,…and after we give this a second to load up,…we can see that we're given a huge part library…al of a sudden, that we can choose from.…PartSupply is meant to be kind of similar…to 3D Content Central where you can go on…and find models and different hardware and equipment,…but this gives you the ability…to choose these items out and find them from vendors.…
So, for example, if I wanted to find a spring,…I could click on Springs, give it a second to load.…Then here we get the question…of what kind of spring we want.…So, if I want a Belleville spring, for example,…and it tells us what company we're going to get it from.…I can go over here now and choose…what Bore diameter I want,…how much force is on that spring,…the stroke, all the other attributes that go with it.…
- Creating a 3D passport
- Using the collaborative space in 3DExperience
- Navigating the xDesign GUI
- Accessing the toolbar tabs
- Getting design guidance
- Creating profiles to customize input loads and constraints
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