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お支払い方法 代金引換 代引手数料 税込円 ご購入金額が税込11,円以上は手数料が無料です。 クレジットカード(手数料無料) Visa、MasterCard、JCB、AMERICAN EXPRESS、Dinersがご利用いただけます。 デビットカード 詳しくはこちらから 事務手数料 税込1,円未満のご注文の場合、事務手続き手数料として税込円を請求させていただきます。. Webからのお問い合わせ お問い合わせフォーム. Lily Carは縮小モデルの自律走行車で、実車の挙動をスモールスケールでエミュレートしセルフドライビングカーのような小さな車の開発に役立てることを目的としています。 車は事前に複数のパスが定義されたテストコース上を自律的に走行。マニュアルモードと自律走行モードの切り替えは常時可能となっており、PC制御インターフェースとAureloシステムとを連携して、各車の位置と方向の情報を取得します。さらに、車へ適切なコマンドを送信し、選択したパスに従って走行させます。.

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アメリカの Meta社が開発キットとして提供している、内蔵センサによるヘッドトラッキングと広視野の3D映像出力を可能としたヘッドマウントディスプレイ(HMD:Head Mounted Display です。また、従来のHMDと比べ低価格で提供されています。. Quest RiftはHMDとして圧倒的な視野の広さを誇ります。これは魚眼モデルスクリーンによるもので、装着した際、液晶自体は平面でありながら、レンズによって目の前に半球状の投影スクリーンを置いている様に見せているためです。これに左右の視差による立体視を組み合わせることで、VR空間への没入感を更に向上させます。また従来のHMDが、光学系に多くのコストを掛けることでレンズの歪みを最低限に抑え、正常な映像を表示するのに対し、Quest Riftでは、歪んだレンズを通した際に正常にみえるよう、ソース映像をレンダリングしています。.

VRの長所:表現力や柔軟性が高く、交通流の表現や天候条件の変更など、模型では不可能なさまざまな検討が行えます。 模型の長所:距離や規模など計画全体像の把握という面では、模型の方が直感的といえます。また、複数の人々が同時に任意の視点から検討できること、都市全体を一度に把握できること、検討者が直接触れられることなども挙げられます。. 教育機関の関係者、研究者、学生などの教育目的のご利用に向けて、 アカデミーライセンス を提供しています。. 製品購入 – オーダーページ にて、バージョンアップ・新規製品・各種サービスの御見積作成・申込・決済ができます。. 購入またはホームページ全般に関するご質問は、 forum8 forum8.

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システムでサポートしているステアリングコントローラは通常PCへ接続可能なコントローラを採用しています。 (株)HORI製のステアリングコントローラEXはマイクロソフト社のXbox用ですが、このデバイスをPCへ接続し通常のゲーム等にて使用可能ですので、システムにおきましても使用可能です。しかしながら、弊社で実際に確認したわけではございません。その点は予めご了承ください。. 電線のケーブル色を変更するには、ケーブル配置した後、電線部分をマウスでクリック選択し、表示された「電線の編集」画面から色の部分をクリックし、任意の 色を設定してください。なお、現時点ではデフォルト色の設定や一括で変更する機能がございません。そのため、面倒とは存じますが、柱間ごとに画面を表示し 個別に変更して頂きますようお願いいたします。.

メイン画面のアンダーバーに、現在位置の座標が表示されます。この座標は世界測地系です。それを参照しながら、景観位置を保存すれば可能です。ただし高さの指定は出来ません。 座標入力および、高さ設定については、飛行ルートを利用すれば可能です。平面図で飛行ルートを定義し、起点位置を座標入力して下さい。飛行ルートの縦断で 起点高さを設定します。飛行ルートの起点に動作制御点を設定し、速度0とします。飛行し、その位置を保存して下さい。. RoadからCivil3Dへ地形をエクスポートするときは、基本的にはRoadデータ範囲全体までエクスポートさせることが出来ます。 Civil3DからRoadへインポートする場合は、最大20km x 20kmの範囲でインポート可能ですが、マージの際は現在のRoadの範囲に制限されます。.

まず、ほぼ1周する道路を定義します。縦断線形で一方向の断面を設定し、道路編集の平面画面に戻ります。 道路の両端部に黄色三角が表示されていますので、オフランプとオンランプを接続します。 これで周回道路が作成できます。. ビデオの再生は、スクリプトの中で可能です。(Q2-19.のとおり、ご覧になられた花火はビデオではなく可動モデルです。) スクリプトの「マルチメディア」-「ビデオ再生」で 《 製品のインストールフォルダ 》 Video に登録されているAVIファイル指定すると、スクリプト実行中に、設定したタイミングで再生させることが出来ます。.

道路平面図から「背景の定義」で設定します。 線形を定義し、定義終了後に「背景の編集」画面を表示させ高さやテクスチャの変更を行います。 背景のテクスチャーは RoadDB からダウンロードすることも可能です。. 場合によっては2. 3.の作業を繰り返し、位置を調整する必要があるかも知れません。地形パッチの重ね合わせはできませんので、繰り返す場合は、先に配置している地形パッチを一旦削除するようにしてください。. 画像1枚あたりの大きさ(ピクセル数)にもよりますので、ファイル容量がどの程度になるかは何ともいえません。目安として、ピクセル四方の画像を 60枚程度貼り付けますと、Roadデータの容量はMBを超えます。これには道路も含まれています。取り扱うことができるファイル容量は、マシンの メモリ等にもよるため一概に言えません。大きくなるようであれば、後から画像のピクセル数を減らして貼り直しを行うことで、容量を減らして下さい。. 湖沼には反射機能があるため利用される場合が多いですが、あえて反射させたくないのであれば、透過率、テクスチャ、色を調整し、反射が目立たない設定としてください。 全く反射させなくするには、3DSモデルを作成する、または地形で水面を表現する などがあります。.

下記資料をご参考ください。 MD3キャラクタについて(モーションキャプチャからの作成方法) (PDF形式  16ページ KB) サンプルムービー  (AVI形式 KB ). 交差点で路線Bへ左折後は初期速度(この場合は時速60km)になるまで加速しようとします。そこで交差点左折後にその交通の速度が時速40kmになるよう に道路B上の交差点先に動作制御点を置いて、そこを通過する交通の速度を時速40kmに設定してください。動作制御点は道路平面図の道路を右クリックし ポップアップメニュー「追加」-「動作制御点」により配置、同様に「編集」から編集することができます。. 可能です。 大型CS駐車場出入り口の位置に交差点を作成し、交差点の編集で前面道路を優先道路(駐車場への道路を「道を譲る」)に設定してください。信号がある場合は当然信号制御設定を行います。 交通量等を設定し、シミュレーションを実施してください。 簡易に表現するのであれば、交差点を作成せずに、駐車場出入り口付近に任意交通流点を追加しそこでの交通流の発生、消滅を設定することで、擬似的にシミュレーションを行うことも出来ます。.

Products Guide Road カタログ 操作ガイダンス. アカデミー価格 サブスクリプション レンタル/フローティングライセンス ライセンスパック ポイント・バンク. 有償セミナー 体験版申込み ECサイトへ. Configurations provide a convenient way to develop and manage families of models with different dimensions, components, or other parameters see Use Configurations of a Part on page As stated earlier, you can use the same part more than once in an assembly.

Each instance of the part can also use a different configuration. The door subassembly uses configurations. There are four instances of the molding component. Two of the instances use the short configuration and fit across the short sides of the door.

The other two instances use the long configuration. For more information, see SmartMates Overview in the Help. Assemblies Door subassembly with molding components Cabinet Subassembly The cabinet subassembly uses concentric and coincident mates. It also uses a distance mate between the cabinet and one of the hinge components.

Distance Mate A distance mate uses a value you assign to separate the two entities. In the vanity cabinet, the distance mate positions the hinge optimally, so that it functions freely.

You determine the correct mate distance using the Measure tool. By measuring the entities of different components, you can determine at what position to place the hinge so that it does not bind when you open the cabinet door. Once you know the thickness of the door opening and the width of the hinge, you can position the hinge using a distance mate.

Measure the width of the inside for the cabinet door opening. Apply a distance mate, based on measurements of the cabinet and of the hinge. In-Context Design You can create a new part within an assembly document in the context of an assembly. The advantage is that you can reference the geometry of one component to create or modify another component. By referencing the geometry of another component, you ensure that the components fit together correctly. This method of design is called top-down or in-context design because you are working in the context of the assembly.

In the vanity assembly, there are two examples of in-context design. One example is the diameter of the supply pipe component and the waste pipe component. The pipe components are both new parts that you create in the context of the assembly.

The other example is the cut feature for the holes in the back of the vanity cabinet. The vanity cabinet is an existing part that you edit in the context of the assembly. These examples are discussed in the next two sections. As you create an in-context part, the software includes notations and options with information about the relationships in the features. For more information on creating in-context components, see Creating a Part in an Assembly in the Help. Assemblies Create an Assembly Component In-Context The diameter of the supply pipe component depends on the diameter of the faucet stem.

It is a good idea to create the supply pipe component in the assembly so you can reference the geometry of the faucet stem. You use the Convert Entities and Offset Entities sketch tools to reference the geometry of the faucet stem for a sketch in the supply pipe component. You can use the same method to create the waste pipe component, which depends on the diameter of the exit stem at the bottom of the basin.

Use Convert Entities and Offset Entities to create the sleeve between the faucet stem and the supply pipe. Modify a Part In-Context of an Assembly The positions of the holes in the back of the vanity cabinet depend on the length of the supply pipe and the waste pipe components. It is a good idea to edit the vanity cabinet component in the assembly so you can reference the geometry of the supply pipes and waste pipe.

You use the Offset Entities sketch tool to reference the geometry of the pipes for a sketch of the cut in the vanity cabinet component. This reference ensures that the position and size of the holes changes if you change the position and size of the supply pipes or waste pipe. Supply and waste piping before in-context cut 65 Extrude the sketch to create the sleeve between the faucet stem and the supply pipe. After you create an assembly, you can load it with its active components fully resolved or lightweight.

The remaining model data is loaded on an as-needed basis. Loading an assembly with lightweight components is faster than loading the same assembly with fully resolved components. Lightweight components are efficient because the full model data for the components is loaded only as it is needed.

Assemblies with lightweight components rebuild faster because fewer details are evaluated. However, mates on a lightweight component are solved, and you can edit existing mates.

The vanity cabinet is a relatively simple assembly, so any performance gains using lightweight components are minimal.

Some of the assembly tools include: Hide and Show Components You can hide or show components in the graphics area. Hiding components often facilitates component selection when you add mates or when you create in-context parts.

For example, to select the inner and outer diameters of the faucet stems, you can hide all components except the faucet subassembly, and then zoom, rotate, or change the view as needed. Exploded views include many options such as which components to include, what distances to use, and in which direction to display the exploded components. The exploded view is saved with a configuration of the assembly or subassembly. Detect Collisions Between Components You can detect collisions with other components when you move or rotate a component.

In the faucet subassembly, note how the faucet handles collide with the faucet. You can set the Stop at collision option to determine where the components collide. They affect only the display. Assemblies Normal position of handles Collision Detection with Stop at collision active. Notice the handle cannot move inside the faucet.

Notice the handle moves inside the faucet. Within a drawing document are drawing sheets that contain drawing views. The drawing sheets have underlying formats. The software comes with one drawing template and a set of sheet formats in English and metric. When you begin a new drawing using the default drawing template, the size of the drawing is undefined.

The software prompts you to select a sheet format. Drawing templates contain basic document information. You can have any number of drawing sheets in a drawing document, like a set of drawings.

You can add sheets at any time using any format, regardless of the format of other sheets in the document. Tabs with sheet names appear at the bottom of the graphics area.

Sheet Formats The bottom right corner of the default sheet format contains a title block. After changing the sheet scale, adding two sheets, and editing and adding notes, the title block appears as shown. The scale and page numbers are linked to system variables and updated automatically. The sheet format underlies the drawing sheet and is separate from the drawing sheet.

You edit the sheet format separately from the drawing sheet. Sheet formats can contain items such as lines, note text, bitmaps, and the bill of materials anchor point. You can link the notes to system properties and custom properties. Drawing Views Drawing views are placed on drawing sheets and contain the images of the models, plus dimensions and annotations. From those views, you can derive other types of views, such as projected, section, and detail.

Vanity Cabinet Drawing Sheet The vanity cabinet sheet contains standard 3 views and named views that are generated from the part.

The views are displayed in different modes and contain dimensions and annotations. Standard Views Drawings generally start with a standard 3 view or some type of named view, for example, front, top, isometric, or exploded. You can insert these views from an open part or assembly document, from a file, or from other views in the same drawing document. Standard 3 Views Standard 3 views, as the name implies, comprise three views: front, top, and right third angle projection or front, top, and left first angle projection.

In third angle projection, the default front view is displayed at the lower left. In first angle projection, the front view is displayed at the upper left. First angle projection is typically used in Europe. Third 72 For a lesson on drawing documents, inserting standard views, and adding dimensions to drawings, see the Lesson 3 – Drawings tutorial. For more information on document templates, drawing sheets, and drawing views, see the Help. Drawings angle projection is typically used in the United States.

The example in this section uses third angle projection. For more information on first and third angle projection, see First Angle and Third Angle Projection in the Help. The standard 3 views of the vanity cabinet are the first views that are placed on this sheet. Named Views Views are named in the model documents. Projected Views Projected views are orthographic projections of existing views. The vanity has details in the back that are important to show.

To create a back view, project the right view and place it to the right. View Display and Alignment You can choose various display modes for drawing views. On the Vanity Cabinet sheet, the back view is displayed with Hidden Lines Removed.

The standard 3 views are displayed with Hidden Lines Visible. Hidden lines appear gray on screen, but as dashed lines when printed. The isometric view is displayed with Shaded With Edges. Standard 3 views are aligned so that if you drag the front view, both the top and right views move with it. The right view moves independently in the horizontal direction, but not vertically. The top view moves independently in the vertical direction, but not horizontally.

Section views, projected views, and auxiliary views automatically align in the direction of the view arrows. Detail views are not aligned by default. You can align views that are not automatically aligned. For example, the back view of the cabinet is aligned horizontally with the right view, which is aligned with the front view by default. For more information on displaying, hiding, and aligning views, see Drawing View Alignment and Display in the Help.

Changes in the model are reflected in the drawing, and vice versa. Typically, you create dimensions as you create each feature in a part, then insert those dimensions into the drawing views. Changing a dimension in the model updates the drawing, and changing a model dimension in a drawing changes the model.

You can also add dimensions in the drawing document, but these are reference dimensions, and are driven; you cannot edit the value of reference dimensions to change the model. The values of reference dimensions change when the model dimensions change.

You can set the units for example, millimeters or inches and the drawing standard for example, ISO or ANSI in the detailing options.

The vanity is in millimeters in the ISO standard. For more information about dimensions in drawings, see Dimensions Overview in the Help. Insert items for a selected feature, an assembly component, a drawing view, or all views.

When inserted into all views as in the example , dimensions and annotations appear in the most appropriate view. Features that appear in partial views, such as detail or section views, are dimensioned in those views first. Once you insert the dimensions, you can manipulate them. For example, you can drag them into position, drag them to other views, hide them, or edit properties.

If the model contains annotations, you can also insert the annotations into drawings by the same procedure. Reference Dimensions The back view on the Vanity Cabinet sheet is included to show the dimensions of the holes in the cabinet for the supply and waste pipes.

Reference dimensions help you to locate the holes. You can choose whether to enclose reference dimensions in parentheses automatically. For example, you might add ordinate dimensions to the front view of the cabinet as shown. You can dimension to edges, vertices, and arcs. The dimensions jog automatically to avoid overlapping. You can display ordinate dimensions without the chain the arrows between the dimension extension lines. Hole Callouts You can specify hole callouts when creating holes in models with the Hole Wizard.

The Hole Wizard creates and positions holes you define for fasteners such as counterbore and countersunk screws and tap holes. Hole Wizard design data, such as diameter, depth, and counterbore, becomes part of the hole callout automatically.

Hole callouts help you to specify the size and depth of the holes in the cabinet. Hole callouts are annotations that are also dimensions. These hole callouts are in the back view. Some annotations center marks, multi-jog leaders, hole callouts, area hatch, and dowel pin symbols are available in drawings only. For more information on annotations, see Annotations Overview in the Help.

Geometric Tolerance and Datum Feature Symbols Geometric tolerance symbols display various manufacturing specifications, often in conjunction with datum feature symbols as shown in the example. You can insert these symbols in sketches and in part, assembly, and drawing documents. In the right view of the cabinet, the back edge is specified with a geometric tolerance symbol as parallel to the front edge within 10mm.

Center Marks Center marks are annotations that mark circle or arc centers and describe the geometry size on the drawing. In this example, center marks are added to the holes in the back view of the cabinet.

You can place center marks on circles or arcs. Center marks can be used as reference points for dimensioning. You can rotate center marks, specify their sizes, and choose whether or not to display extended axis lines. For a lesson on adding derived views, annotations, and exploded views to drawings, see the Advanced Drawings tutorial. Explode Lines Drawings Here is the completed vanity cabinet drawing sheet. The faucet assembly is shown in an isometric named view in its exploded configuration.

Explode lines show the relationships between assembly components. You add the explode lines to the assembly document in an explode line sketch.

You can also jog the lines as needed. The lines are displayed in phantom line font. Derived Views Derived views are created from the standard views. With standard 3 views or a named view in a drawing, you can create other views without going back to the model. A section view of the faucet in the faucet assembly drawing shows the faucet pipe walls and connections. In this example, you insert a top view of the faucet assembly as the basis for the section view.

There are other types of section views, such as aligned section views and broken-out section views. The sectioned components automatically display crosshatching. You can edit the properties of the crosshatching pattern, scale, and angle. Detail Views Detail views show a portion of an orthographic, 3D, or section view, usually at an enlarged scale. The connection of the faucet is shown in a detail view. The parent view is the section view. The overlay views are displayed in the drawing in phantom lines.

The faucet handles are shown on the faucet assembly sheet in an alternate position view to display the range of motion of the handles. Other drawing views include: Auxiliary A projection normal to a view reference edge Crop view Everything outside a sketched profile removed Broken-out Material inside a profile section removed to expose inner details Broken view Portion of a long part with a uniform cross-section removed For more information about drawing views, see Derived Drawing Views in the Help.

In the exploded faucet view, the note uses a multi-jog leader. A note can be free floating, as in the first example, or pointing to an item face, edge, or vertex in the document, as in the second example.

Surface Finish Symbols You can add surface finish symbols to part, assembly, or drawing documents. You can insert multiple symbols and multiple copies of a symbol. Some of the characteristics that you can specify for a surface finish symbol include type of symbol, direction of lay, roughness, production method, material removal, and rotation. The surface finish symbol attached to the faucet handle specifies a circular finish and the maximum roughness of the surface.

Vanity Assembly Drawing Sheet This drawing sheet contains an exploded view, a bill of materials, and balloons. Exploded Views Exploded views are versions of named views defined in configurations in the assembly document. This drawing contains an exploded view of the vanity assembly.

The drawing also contains an isometric named view of the complete assembly, unexploded, at the lower left. If the assembly or its components change, the BOM updates to reflect the changes. When you insert a BOM, you have a choice of BOM templates with various columns for data such as item number, quantity, part number, description, material, stock size, vendor number, and weight.

You can also edit and save a custom BOM template. The item numbers reflect the sequence in which the model was assembled. You set the anchor point for the BOM in the drawing sheet format. For more information, see Bill of Materials – Overview in the Help. You can set the style, size, and type of information for balloons. In the example, the balloons display the item number corresponding to the BOM in a circle. The exploded vanity assembly includes balloons and stacked balloons for each component.

The item numbers appear in the balloons automatically. Stacked balloons have one leader for a series of balloons. You can stack the balloons vertically or horizontally. Here is the completed vanity assembly drawing sheet. For a lesson on bills of materials and balloons, see the Advanced Drawings tutorial. In Parts on page 37, you saw how configurations could be used to build two different lengths of the molding in one part file. The following example illustrates how design tables help organize several configurations.

For example, you may want to create multiple configurations of the faucet handle. After all, not every customer wants the same handle style. These configuration names describe the type of handle generated from the design table. Give a meaningful name for each configuration to reduce confusion in complex parts and assemblies and to help others who use the models. The next four columns show the dimension names and values.

When you change a dimension value in a design table, the configuration updates with the specified value. The final column shows the suppression state of a fillet feature.

In addition to changing dimension values, you can also change the suppression state of a feature in design tables. A feature can be suppressed S or unsuppressed U. For example, if you change the length of an extrude in a part, the associated assembly and drawing also change. More specifically, you designed the faucet to be mm in length for a vanity countertop. However, your customer needs a longer faucet to accommodate a utility sink.

You can modify the dimension of the faucet to make it any length, and the associated assembly and drawing also update. Engineering Tasks Revised faucet Original faucet Revised drawing Revised assembly 88 For a lesson on design tables, see the Design Tables tutorial. Engineering Tasks Loading the Latest Models You can refresh shared documents to load the latest version, including any changes made by one of your colleagues. Reloading is easier than closing and reopening the assembly with the revised part.

Replacing Referenced Models You can replace a referenced document with another document from anywhere on a network. For example, consider that you are working on the faucet subassembly. Meanwhile, another engineer in your group designs a more cost-effective faucet handle. You can globally replace the current handles with the new ones, without having to delete and replace each handle.

New subassembly New handle Current subassembly When you replace a component, mates used in the original part are applied to the replacement part wherever possible. To ensure that the mates are preserved, rename the corresponding edges and faces on a replacement part to match the edge and face names on the original part.

Consider that your company works with a vendor that uses another CAD system. SimulationXpress helps you reduce cost and time-to-market by testing your designs on the computer instead of expensive and time-consuming field tests. For example, you can examine the effects of a force applied to the faucet. SimulationXpress simulates the effect of the force and provides displacement and stress results.

It also shows critical areas and safety levels at various regions in the faucet. Based on these results, you can strengthen unsafe regions and remove material from overdesigned areas.

You can edit the definition of recognized features to change their parameters. For features that are based on sketches, you can edit the sketches to change the geometry of the features. The FeatureWorks software is intended primarily for machined and sheet metal parts. Suppose you have legacy. For a lesson on the FeatureWorks software, see the FeatureWorks Overview tutorial. For example, you can perform batch operations, automatically populate drawing documents with model views or dimensions, and create your own PropertyManagers.

For instance, when you use any software application, you probably set system options to customize your working environment. With the API, you can set the system options without setting each one individually. Instead, use the API to automatically set all of your options. This way, you save time by programming the settings only once. You can create eDrawings files from part, assembly, or drawing documents, then email these eDrawings files to others for instant viewing.

For example, if you work with a client in a remote location, you might need to send a model for their approval. Oftentimes, the file size is too big to send through email. eDrawings files have the following features: Ultra Compact Send eDrawings files through email.

Substantially smaller in size Files than the original files, eDrawings makes it practical to send files via email, even over slow connections. Engineering Tasks View Built-in Viewer eDrawings files immediately.

Anyone with a Windows-based or Macintosh computer can view eDrawings. No additional CAD software is required. You can embed the eDrawings Viewer when you email an eDrawings file. eDrawings files are also significantly easier to understand than standard 2D drawings.

The following features help you overcome common barriers for effective 2D drawing communication: Layouts Open individual views in a drawing and arrange them in any way you desire, regardless of how the views were arranged in the original drawing.

Layouts enable the eDrawings recipient to print and export any subset of a drawing. Hyperlinking Navigate through views automatically, eliminating searches for views or details. Click the view annotation, and the section view or detail is immediately added to your layout. The 3D Pointer helps orient you when you check features in multiple views. Animation Create animation sequences of eDrawings views. The optional eDrawings Professional version provides the following additional capabilities: Cross Sections Create cross-section views with a variety of planes to fully examine a model.

Markup Mark up files using clouds, text, or geometric elements. The markup elements are inserted as comments in the file. Measure Measure the distance between entities or measure dimensions in part, assembly, and drawing documents.

Move Components Move components in an assembly or drawing file. Then use PhotoView to render the model. Examples of models rendered in PhotoView Engineering Tasks Cross-section view of the vanity with dimensions and comments For a lesson on the eDrawings software, see the eDrawings tutorial. For more information on PhotoView , see Rendering with PhotoView in the Help. avi files.

By incorporating Appearances and RealView Graphics, you can produce photo-realistic animations. Suppose that your company is at a convention with competing companies. To stand out from the competition, you can create. avi files that animate your products. This way, your customers can see a vanity door open and close, or faucet handles move. Animation helps your customers visualize models in a real-world situation.

You can create rotated animations, exploded view animations, or collapsed view animations. You can also import assembly motion from other types of motion studies. For a lesson on animated motion studies, see the Animation tutorial.

You have the option to find and update references to documents. For example, consider that you want to rename the countertop part from countertop. sldprt such as the vanity assembly does not recognize that the part name changed. Explorer Any document that references the part updates accordingly with the new name. Select the standard and the type of part you want to insert, then drag the component into your assembly.

This way, you do not have to make additional parts to complete the vanity assembly. Solidworks Toolbox supports several international standards including ANSI, BSI, CISC, DIN, ISO, and JIS. Bearing Performs bearing calculations to Calculator determine capacity ratings and basic life values. Cams Creates cams with fully-defined motion paths and follower types. The cam can be either circular or linear with 14 motion types from which to choose. You can also set how the track for the follower is cut, either as a blind cut or a cut through the entire cam.

Grooves Creates industry standard O-ring and retaining ring grooves to your cylindrical model. Structural Brings the cross-section sketch of a Steel structural steel beam into a part.

The sketch is fully-dimensioned to match industry standard sizes. For example, if you and a coworker design two similar types of faucet handles, you can use the Compare Features utility to compare the parts. This utility identifies the unique features of each part so you can collaborate and decide on the best design methods. Then, you can identify the most efficient designs and combine them in one model. You can compare two documents of the same or different types.

For example, this utility identifies differences in file and document properties. Compares features of two parts and finds identical, modified, and unique features. Compares two parts to find their geometric differences.

This utility identifies unique and modified faces in both parts. It also computes the common volume of the two parts or assemblies and the volume of material added and removed. The results list missing columns and rows, extra columns and rows, and failed rows. Feature Paint Copies feature parameters such as depth and size from one feature to others that you select.

Find and Replace Finds and replaces text in a variety of annotations for part, Annotations assembly, and drawing documents. Geometry Analysis Identifies geometric entities in a part that could cause a problem in other applications such as finite element modeling or computer-aided machining. This utility identifies the following categories of geometric entities: sliver faces, small faces, short edges, knife sharp edges and vertices, and discontinuous edges and faces.

Power Select Selects all the entities edges, loops, faces, or features in a part that meet the criteria that you define. You can specify criteria for edge convexity, edge angle, face color, feature color, feature type, feature name, and surface type.

Report Manager Manages reports generated from the Geometry Analysis, Compare Geometry, Compare Features, Compare Documents, Compare BOMs, Symmetry Check, and Thickness Analysis utilities. Thickness Analysis Determines thin and thick regions of a part. It also determines the thickness of a part within a specified range of values.

Creates simplified configurations of a part or assembly for analysis. Sometimes, the tools do not appear at all, so it is helpful to know which toolbar you use to access them. For more information, see Menus in the Help. The following table lists the tools you use in the lesson and their locations on menus, toolbars, and the CommandManager. In this procedure, you open a new part document where you will build a model.

A new part document opens. Setting the Drafting Standard and Units Before you begin modeling, you set the drafting standard and unit of measurement for the part. In the System Options – General dialog box, select the Document Properties tab. In Overall drafting standard, select ISO. On the left pane, click Units.

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