I know how it can be. Your in a hurry, you want to get one or two simple things done with Solidworks and you need to ask a question. For the most part I can answer common Solidworks questions. And I want my clients to know that I would be happy to answer your CAD questions. Several of my clients take advantage of this service.
Need a little more than a phone question and answer for CAD. We can arrange for a fee based on-site meeting so I can help and instruct directly.
In dealing with a wide range of clients I have found common hurdles in the design process. And I have experienced what it took to overcome these hurdles. I want to share these experiences with you in an attempt to improve our overall communications. So, with that in mind please check out the topics below. I will add more topics as they arise or I have time to create them. You can view as a .JPG or Edrawing. Download the one that works for you.
There are three basic file types that SolidWorks creates. Sometimes there is confusion about these file types and how they interact with each other. See a simple explanation of these file types, how they interact and what to look for when exchanging SolidWorks data.
".JPG (TER-1005)" "Edrawing (TER-1005)"
During the design process it will be important that we exchange information as easily as possible. So, getting the most "bang" for the "bit" is important. Take a look at the benefits or emailing Edrawing files; is fast and efficient.
".JPG (TER-1006)" "Edrawing (TER-1006)
Link for Free Edrawings download