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180 Lawrence Bell Drive; Suite 104
Williamsville, NY 14221
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Sewickley, PA 15143
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Hidden Productivity tools you should know

Written byDerek Welker

A few weeks ago, I was teaching an advanced class with some skilled users. There were new features they learned about, but most items we covered were refresher for them. As we continued through the class, I wanted to make sure there was value added to the course, so I have them some productivity tool tips that they might not have seen before. As I...


5 Things to Know About SOLIDWORKS Education

Written byGary McHugh

SOLIDWORKS Education Edition (EDU) 2016-2017 was just released and for those of you on Active Subscription, upgrade kits are on the way to your school. I have been working on the Education team at CADimensions for over 10 years now. Even though the new version is released around this time each year, our phones don’t start ringing until the fall whe...


What’s New with CatalystEX

Written byRuss Giovanetti

Stratasys has recently released CatalystEX 4.5 workstation software for the uPrint and Dimension printer lines. On the surface, it may not appear all that different. However, the upgrades Stratasys has put in make it a lot easier to keep your system up-to-date and improve print quality. The following is a summary of the key features and enhancemen...


3D Printing in our Daily Lives

Written byAndrew DiLaura

Some of the perks of working at CADimensions include access to the CADFABLAB and a brother who knows SOLIDWORKS in the next office over. I recently purchased a magnetic car vent clip for my phone, so I can easily view my GPS directions during my trips to customers. The idea was great, until I realized the vents on my car didn’t firmly hold the clip...


Techniques for Additive Manufacturing and Prototyping

Written byMichael Sanson

Creating designs with traditional manufacturing in mind was already challenging by itself. Today’s designers now have to consider how to incorporate 3D printing and/or Direct Digital Manufacturing (DDM) into their designs. There is a desire to use a printed prototype part or assembly from a 3D printer, but the challenge comes from knowing where to...


4 Steps to Generate Automatic Mates in an Assembly

Written byTom DiLaura

When working in assemblies, especially electrically focused ones, as I often find myself in, I spend more time worrying about making sure mates are correct, than the accuracy of my routes. SOLIDWORKS Electrical uses the Electrical Component Wizard to aid in mating components more easily to DIN rails and doors. But this functionality is certainly no...


Thank you from all of us

Written byPete DiLaura

I frequently tell my CADimensions family that our customers are the lifeblood of our company, but I rarely have the opportunity to reach out and personally thank all of you for your continued support and trust in CADimensions. For some of you, we’ve become partners in the past few weeks; for many of you, we have been working together over the past...


Syracuse University Senior Design Project

Written bySam Oster

When I am not at CADimensions interning, I am at Syracuse University as a full time student pursuing my B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. For my senior design class, students were put into groups of five and given the objective to build a “sphere harvester.” The requirements for the machine are that it needs to be able to pick up tennis, lacrosse, an...


Installation Tips and Good Housekeeping

Written byDave Murray

The SOLIDWORKS support technicians at CADimensions frequently field questions regarding installing SOLIDWORKS. Here are a few simple tips that will help you get up to speed with running SOLIDWORKS so you won’t have to spend so much time installing the product. Get a Customer Portal Account Don’t have one yet? There’s no time like the present. Surf...

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