Archive | May, 2015


SOLIDWORKS Robotics – Aldebaran Robotics develops impressive prototypes using SOLIDWORKS

SOLIDWORKS Robotics – what’s new from SOLIDWORKS  “People like our robot. They are not intimidated by it, and SOLIDWORKS helped us achieve our goal.” – Bruno Maisonnier, Founder/CEO… some words from the French company, Aldebaran Robotics, regarding its use of SolidWorks software for design, analysis, mold simulation, and product data management solutions to develop robots […]

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Memorial Day sale Video-Tutorials.Net

Save 25% – Beginning of June Sale!

Memorial Day Sale – Save 25% through June 7, 2015 – extended date! Enter “partners” at checkout to save 25% on all courses at www.Video-Tutorials.Net Thanks! Rosanna D, VTN Memorial Day Sale until June 7, 2015. Remembering those who gave their lives & their families who have to endure alone. Memorial Day sale Video-Tutorials.Net through […]

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AutoDesk University 2015

AutoDesk University 2015 – Call for proposals

AutoDesk University 2015 – Call for proposals Last chance – tomorrow is the deadline to join the AutoDesk community of experts by submitting a proposal to the AutoDesk University 2015. This is a chance to join the best & brightest in the industry, and also to learn a lot about design, engineering, and innovative applications […]

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SOLIDWORKS Limit Mates – Assembly

SOLIDWORKS Limit Mates Hi everyone; here is a link to a video where I show you about working with limit mates in SOLIDWORKS  (assembly environment). Thanks & enjoy! Remember, all videos are 15% off if you enter the code 15VTN in my shopping cart upon  checkout. Here is a direct link to the video if […]

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NASTRAN-in-CAD FEA Simulation - Materials Definition

NASTRAN-in-CAD FEA Simulation – review part 4

NASTRAN-in-CAD FEA Simulation – Review Part 4 More about AutoDesk’s new NASTRAN-in-CAD FEA Simulation module–picking up right where I left off. The good news is that Nastran-in-CAD FEA Simulation is easy to install and access, and stable upon installation. This may seem trivial, but it’s important for those designers used to Inventor who don’t have […]

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