Bye bye 2009! Welcome 2010!~
Thursday, December 31, 2009
Bye bye 2009! Welcome 2010!~
Sunday, December 27, 2009
Sometimes, the standard of structural member that you request may not supplied in SolidWorks by default. In this case, you can open a new part file and sketch out the weldment profile that you wish to apply. Next, how to integrate this weldment profile into SolidWorks is very important.
First, you need to know where is the weldment profile provided in SolidWorks is saved. Commonly, it is under your local disk C>Program Files>SolidWorks Corp>SolidWorks>Data> Weldment profile , add a file location and point to the location that I mentioned, so that it will apppeard under your task pane as shown in the picture below:
Besides that, file type is very improtant, make sure you select "Lib Feat Part" which means SolidWorks library feature part!
Thursday, December 24, 2009
IME SolidWorks Malaysia community vision is “To provide the best service, to deliver the latest technology information to Malaysia engineering industry”! To serve you better, we always look forward for your opinion or suggestion to serve you better. Visit SolidWorks Malaysia Facebook community discussion board to drop your idea, your suggestion, etc……… Visit SW Malaysia FB
The most creative idea, the most attractive posting will stay a chance to win for a Christmas mystery GIFT!!
What to suggest?
* Event & Activity that you would like to attend?
* Creative idea for SolidWorks program
* SolidWorks Rendering competition
* Information you would like to know
* SolidWorks Training Courses, etc…………….
Lastly, we wish you a Merry Christmas and a fruitful and happy year 2010…………
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
1st of all, have you watch Avatar? OMG! you haven't watch it! Better be fast because you definately do not want to miss the chances to watch this fantastic movie by the great director of Terminator, Alien, Titanic, Mr. James Cameron.
Last year we have Sir Richard Branson as keynote speaker of SolidWorks World 2009, Florida. Sir Richard Branson is the founder and President of Virgin Group. He talked about the 1st commercial trip to space and going to happen very soon.
I guess I need to have a walk at Hollywood walk of frame and snap the start of James Cameron.
To know more about the keynote speakers (yes, the 's' mean more than 1), please click here.
If you have not booked yet your seat for SolidWorks World in sunny Anaheim, CA - USA, it is not too late. Early bird registrations go until January 8th.
Monday, December 21, 2009
Miss the session?? No worry. With the technology now a day, we can share the presentation easily through Facebook or Youtube.
Please visit to :
SolidWorks Malaysia - IME Authorized Reseller
SolidWorks IME Youtube
All the material is there for you to download. Click now and share with your friend.
Kindly click on to IME discussion board feedback how you think about seminar online??? Click to "IME discussion Board"
Wednesday, December 16, 2009
We always complain you can survive in Malaysia by designing. We always heard a friend say Malaysia will never have a great designer. Malaysian would not appreciate a design and we believe that Buatan Malaysia products is a not reliable and I rather pay more to buy an imported design.
Is it really 'design' in Malaysia consider tak boleh lah (cannot laa~)? I believe this is just a mindset. A mindset that we should shift+delete and forget about it forever and ever.
so dear designer, this video is dedicated to you and I hope with this video can inspire you to stay to design and one day you stand proud to say: Malaysian design is the best!
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
3. How to handle the transition between two flanges at the fillet corner? I will use loft surface. To control the behaviour or direction of the lofted face, we need to create the guide curve. Just insert a 3D sketch and use a spline line to join the point of two flanges as shown in the picture below:
I want to make sure the lofted face must tangent to each connected flanges. To achive this, I will add a tangent relation between the spline line and the edge of the flange at each side:
Friday, December 11, 2009
hiiyooooo~ Good days everyone.. finally, tyler here again. This is my latest work by SolidWorks, Ninja~~~
Fuyoh.. so we may do the appearances assignments in SolidWorks or PhotoView depend on how you like~
Have a nice weekends and sayonara~
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
And from a local forum, this sexy Sweden exotic sport car listed #4 in fastest cars in the world for year 2009-2010. I not sure how reliable is this news but... from the figure, why not?
245 mph, 0-60 in 3.2 secs. 90 Degree V8 Engine 806 hp.
the top 10 list:
1 SSC Ultimate Aero
2 Bugatti Veyron
3 Saleen S7 Twin-Turbo
6 Ferrari Enzo
7 Jaguar XJ220
8 Pagani Zonda F
9 Lamborghini Murcielago LP640
10 Porsche Carrera GT
So, boss! Cant I have a replica 1:100 scale for my X'mas present? Please~
p/s: please don't ask me again
, can SolidWorks design car.
Tuesday, December 8, 2009
And with SolidWorks autotrace, I trace it and wah lah!~ this is what I get. Still thinking to 3D print it and hang my tree or not? X'mas come early. yeah!~
Saturday, December 5, 2009
Somehow when you try to thicken the surface body in order to convert it become a solid model with a defined thickness, you may face this kind of situation where due to the geometry of model, some area of the solid model will have excessive material which is unwanted as shown in the figure above.
In this situation, you need not to use sketch and extrude cut in order to remove the unwanted geometry. This will pretty take time to sketch a close contour to fully enclose the unwanted volume and you may not get the nice result as you want!
Try on the Delete Face command first! This is the fastest way to help you repair the geometry of the model. Select the face belong to the unwanted geometry and under the option for Delete Face command, choose " Delete and patch", means, the software will remove the selected face and patch back the model with a more predictable geometry. (If you select option"Delete" only, it will only remove the selected face and you solid model will turned into surface model). Refer to the figure below, this is the outcome of the delete face command! Simple and nice?
Sometimes, Delete Face might not able to solve your problem, it's all depends on the complexity of model geometry just like the situation as shown in the figure below:
In this case, you can try the 2nd alternative which is Replace Face command! Let see how simple it is! First, do a offset surface for the face that you feel is suitable to be used to patch back the unnecessay geometry, make sure the offseted face is large enough to cover the target face to be patched! Or else, you will need to extend it!
Friday, December 4, 2009
IME Technology Malaysia had joining in this virtual experience platform, to be Malaysia first “SolidWorks Virtual event” program organizer! Thanks SolidWorks Corporation.
For the pass few week, IME SolidWorks Engineer are cracking their head THINK! THINK! And THINK! for innovative stuff to share with all of us. When my first time watching the video my team created, I was so surprise!!! Unbelievable ....
To appreciate your support, who ever attend IME SolidWorks Xpresso, on 10Dec 2009 at 12.30pm to 2.30pm” will stay a chance to win for a “SolidWorks Limited prize”.
(if you are not available to join during this period, don’t worry the presentation material will on demand basic until 14 Dec, you can login any time during this period)
While, how to join for the event. It was just as simple as below:
1.Login to www.solidworks.com/swid_ime
3. Fill in your personnel detail and click submit
- You can add in your photo if you wan
- During the event, you can chat with other attendees from different country
4. Congratulation, you are now able to login as an participants for “IME SolidWorks Xpresso Day”
5. You will see a lot of people walking around at the lobby, here, you can easily click on to auditorium hall or exhibition to visit.
6. This is how an auditorium hall look like
- You can create your own chat room
- Or join other created chat room
7. This is how an exhibition hall look like
- Browse over your mouse to click for the information
8. What if I facing problem to login this side, try this solution “ delete your internet explorer cookies”. This will solve your problem.
Remember our date, see you on 10 Dec, 12.30pm. until 14 December.
You are always welcome to drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more.
Bye and have a nice weekend!!!!
Saturday, November 28, 2009
have a nice weekend!!
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
3D ContentCentral is a community of both users and suppliers. This website supplies millions of free parts and assemblies which are available in all major 2D and 3D CAD formats. SolidWorks is one of the supported format. In order to download all the supplied parts, basically what you need to do is just register as a member of 3D Content Central, then you will have the access to all the supplied parts. Besides that, you can also become a 3D Content Central supplier to contribute all your 3D models to this community.
Throughout 3D Content Central, you can search for supplier component using part numbers, product name and so on, you can also configure those parts base on your requirment such as customize the dimension or feature control. Besides 3D model, it also supply 2D blocks, library features and even macros for SolidWorks! All this functions are definitely save our time from create those standards or common parts by ourself~!
Do you know you can actually access 3D Content Central from SolidWorks? Here are the picture to show you where can you access the website from SolidWorks!
Sunday, November 22, 2009
Video speak all!~
Selamat Pagi (Morning) guys, I just woke up, haven brush my teeth and I'm thinking how to explain all the new enhancementsssss (yes, lot of 's') for drawing. For the number of 's' you see, i believe you know what I mean. Yes! lot of enhancementsssss.
Some of the enhancementsssss:
1. New dimension palette. Reduce mouse travel.
2. Text tolerances with recent setting record
3. Change section depth to remove unnecessary sketch.
4. Detail view with ordinate dimension.
5. Dimensioning with popup widget.
6. drag and drop note.
7. Ballon size standard.
8. Annotation in 3D model.
You know what? Just watch after the jump and you will get what I mean by enhancementsssss.
Saturday, November 21, 2009
Friday, November 20, 2009
IME SolidWorks Xpresso, is a 3D online seminar first in Malaysia. Through this seminar, you will able to get an idea how SolidWorks’ Xpress features apply in our daily design life? How efficient it is SolidWorks today?
SolidWorks are design according to world wide design engineer require!! Through SolidWorks, it help us to shorten design circle with it automatic features, with it Xpress features.
How much you understand about SolidWorks’ features?
IME SolidWorks Xpresso Day on 10 December 2009 will highlight to you what is SolidWorks’ Xpress features. Join us on 10 Dec 2009 at 12.30pm – 2.30pm.
Click to www.solidworks.com/swid_ime to join for the event.
“Not free to join during working hour?” don’t worry all the video and the presentation material will available at the site for 2 days once the event starts. If you are not FREE to join for the event during the specified period, join any time when you are free (at night as well).
SEE YOU ON 2 DECEMBER 2009! AND LOCK YOUR CALENDAR NOW!!!!!
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
During the conference, you will be able to:
- Watch countless SolidWorks Tips & Tricks Videos
- Challenge your knowledge by taking our design quiz
- Have your question answered by proffesionals in “Ask The Expert” session.
Join us in this event, and participate in our live chat sessions. Our SolidWorks Experts will be there to answer all your questions, live from the Virtual Conference Auditorium.
Please click to www.solidworks.com/swid_ime to join and experience virtual 3D experience.
Thursday, November 12, 2009
The best donation is that we just need to play a simple small role and others will donate on behalf of our small effort. We run for donation, we eat for donation (this is the best 1), we scarify sleep for donation, we doing heavy duty labor job for donation, and so on.... So, do I have an easier way to get donation to rise sustainable design awareness beside using above method?
Yes!~ let Dassault Systèmes (DS) SolidWorks Corp do the donation and all we need to do is download SolidWorks® SustainabilityXpress solution. You download, you use it and you playing an important role to save our earth and the donation, just leave it to SolidWorks Corp, they will do the rest. :) Senang dengan legal download!~
SolidWorks will donate $1 for every download of its SolidWorks® SustainabilityXpress solution, up to $10,000, to Formula Hybrid™, an international competition of university engineering students to develop high-performance fuel-electric hybrid vehicles. SolidWorks SustainabilityXpress is professional-grade software providing advanced functionality that aids engineers in determining a product’s carbon footprint, energy consumption, air and water impact. By downloading SolidWorks SustainabilityXpress, engineers and designers will help educate the next generation about environmentally friendly design while gaining a tool to help them create “green” designs today. SolidWorks’ goal with this new program is to spread the idea that any product can be designed with the lowest possible environmental impact."
For the complete press release, click HERE
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Today, I going to steal some Glamour from What's New in SolidWorks 2010 and I will do a review on "Maker Springs" macro - one of the Top 50 Macro which can be downloaded from 3D ContentCentral. This macro is downloadable via this link click here . I am not sure how many of you have downloaded this macro but after I tried this macro, I realized that this is a very very useful macro. I probably will vote this macro as "The Must have Macro for a Mechanical Engineer".
Thank you, Mr. Washington Santos for contributing such as great macro. I salute you!!
1. Mutli lips groove means that now you can select multiple face at one time to create the lip even though the faces are not merge together. we are talking about saving time, a lot a lot of time!~
2. Jump gap means if you have a gap in between two created lips, then instead of leaving is as a gap, turning on this feature allow it to create a continuos
Ok la, i know you prefer to watch it in action. A video after the jump!~
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Good news for those users who always working with sheet metal design! I found that throughout the years, the ability of sheet metal features is keep on increasing in order to compensate the needs from users. This year, the enhancements are focus on how to enable the user create more complex geometry for sheet metal model in an easier and smarter way!
One of the examples is now we can use the existing Closed Corner command with a greater variety of sheet metal parts. When you are applying the closed corner function to add material for an opened gap, SolidWorks help you to manage the transition well.
Another example will be the improved sheet metal functionality to let the user design more complex sheet metal parts. User can now add hems to non linear edges. When you add hem to a sheet metal part edge, you can now edit the hem profile to control the length! Just like how you can do for edge flange!
Let’s go through the video:
Closed Corner & Hem in sheet metal
We have more than that! please keep following SolidWorks M'sia Community~ =)
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Monday, November 2, 2009
Step 1: Go to Add-in, check the selection box for both SolidWorks Toolbox & SolidWorks Toolbox Browser.
Step 2: Go to Toolbox>Configure...
Step 3: From the toolbox user interface, choose "1. Select your hardware"
Step 7: After key in and customized all the information, remember to press the "Save" button for all the updates. Now, you can browse your own created standard from the toolbox browser, just drag and drop the hardware into you assembly.