Tag Archives: solidworks surfacing


Feel the Power of This Power Surfacing for SolidWorks Tutorial

3 years ago

Modeling with both Sub-D and NURBS is all the rage with the kids these days (at least we’d like to think so) and Power Surfacing is one add-on that allows…


Power Surfacing for SolidWorks. Finally, Freeform Modeling in SolidWorks

4 years ago

Oh, the undulating waves of SolidWorks surfacing bliss! Yeeeeah… ‘bliss’ is hardly the word one would use when creating advanced surfaces in SolidWorks. We thought that would all change with…


How to Create a Meaty Mid-Plane (Boundary) Sweep in SolidWorks

5 years ago

Meaty Sweeps. You can gnaw on them all day like a charred piece of sandy camel leather. (Your computer can too.) But what are you to do when you want…

How to Create 3D Non-Planar Sweeps in SolidWorks

5 years ago

Sweeps. That’s what we love. The stringy morsels of 3D modeling that makes a part all the more difficult (and interesting) to create. Sweeping a profile along a path couldn’t…

tsElements 1.1 for SolidWorks Out. Symmetry and Free Upgrades.

5 years ago

I’m not one to get excited about point releases, but for a new product like tsElements, I’ll make a very large, symmetrical point poppin’ exception. TsElements 1.1 is the first…

TsElements for SolidWorks. The Age of T-Splines Surfacing is Upon Us

5 years ago

Back in January, just prior to SolidWorks World, you may have heard rumblings about T-Splines for SolidWorks. Well, those rumblings are actually magical jolts of surfacing joy hitting you straight…

Free Audi TT SolidWorks Video Tutorial… In 26 Parts

6 years ago

What’s better than being beat with the rough edge of a 3D printed car door? Many things… many, many things, but one activity that’s better, which totally relates (to cars,…

The Nose Bleed of Free SolidWorks Tutorials Just Won’t Stop

6 years ago

Careful with that sharp putty knife. You don’t want to jab a main artery, grape salad or nostril as you read this. Oh! too late. The vessels have ruptured, starting…

T-Splines for SolidWorks. Advanced Surfacing Power is Here.

6 years ago

Next week is SolidWorks World 2011. If my inbox is any evidence of what it’s going to be like… well, I’d say it’s shaping up to be a week of…