Lock and LOAD baby
Hi there, if you’re reading this, you are gazing upon the first post of the site that will bring you the best of solid modeling with SolidWorks and show you how to bend it to your will or… at least give it a good poke before you run away screaming. There will, of course, be some intensely interesting tid-bits of information about how to get things done in SolidWorks and we’ll throw in a splash of some related things happening in technology, business and the web.

The Smack is what you lackthe smack
Yes, this place is loaded with new insight… err, in the process of being loaded, more like being filled, but not in the landfill kinda way…we are shovelin’ it it man, whether it’s something you didn’t know about SolidWorks or ways to improve the way you’re working the ol’ fingers to the bone – yeah, pretty much anything is an improvement on bare finger bones – for one, this site may actually prevent you from throwing your PC thru the window, buying a new PC, and throwing it thru the same window you just replaced. People, for some reason, think badly of that type of behavior.

Maybe there’s a different way of looking at your product design that could inspire you to create a bicycle powered computer to help indigenous people of developing countries access incredibly delicious recipes for Chicken Tetrazzini. Whatever the case, improving the heck out of things is what we aim for.

Want to know more?
Ah, you are so curious. You just can’t help yourself to wonder who or what is behind all of this. Well, it’s simple, just click that About link at the top of the page or click your mouse button right here.


Josh is founder and editor at SolidSmack.com, founder at Aimsift Inc., and co-founder of EvD Media. He is involved in engineering, design, visualization, the technology making it happen, and the content developed around it. He is a SolidWorks Certified Professional and excels at falling awkwardly.