Follow a walk-through of the lower toolbar in SOLIDWORKS xDesign.
- [Instructor] The most important part of the xDesign GUI…is the toolbar.…This is where you actually find…all the features and functions that you need…to create your part.…Starting from left to right, we have the Sketch tab,…Features tab, Surfaces, Assembly,…Design Guidance, Tools, Manage,…Marketplace, and View.…We're going to take a look at all of these tools…as we go through the next section of the course,…but you're going to be doing a lot of work,…starting in the Sketch tab,…and then moving on into the Features, and Surfaces,…and then Assemblies as your designs mature.…
Over on the right-hand side…is more of the analytical and auxiliary performance things…that you'll need with your designs,…whereas the design part of it…really starts from Design Guidance and over to the left.…You'll always find this toolbar at the bottom.…If you want to hide it…you can just click on the little arrow down there,…and then just hover over the white arrow…to bring it back up,…just toggling back and forth you can see there,…and then, when I want to lock it into place,…
- 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
Skill Level Beginner
Cert Prep: Certified SOLIDWORKS Associatewith Gabriel Corbett1h 44m Intermediate
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1. Introduction to the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform
2. xDesign GUI
3. Toolbar Tabs
4. Design Guidance
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