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This article continues our Maximizing SolidWorks Performance series. If you would like a little background information please refer to the first article in the series Maximizing SolidWorks Performance (Results). Many SolidWorks users have never been shown the importance of mating... Continue reading
Posted May 8, 2011 at CATI Tech Notes
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This article continues our Maximizing SolidWorks Performance series. If you would like a little background information please refer to the first article in the series Maximizing SolidWorks Performance (Results). When working with large assemblies especially; user try to tweak out... Continue reading
Posted May 1, 2011 at CATI Tech Notes
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This article continues our Maximizing SolidWorks Performance series. If you would like a little background information please refer to the first article in the series Maximizing SolidWorks Performance (Results). For many of our customers it is a yearly question. "Should... Continue reading
Posted Apr 25, 2011 at CATI Tech Notes
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This article continues our Maximizing SolidWorks Performance series. If you would like a little background information please refer to the first article in the series Maximizing SolidWorks Performance (Results). We've all heard how important SWAP space is to high end... Continue reading
Posted Apr 20, 2011 at CATI Tech Notes
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This article continues our Maximizing SolidWorks Performance series. If you would like a little background information please refer to the first article in the series Maximizing SolidWorks Performance (Results). To be honest; the Microsoft Operating Systems have always been pretty.... Continue reading
Posted Apr 12, 2011 at CATI Tech Notes
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This article continues our Maximizing SolidWorks Performance series. If you would like a little background information please refer to the first article in the series Maximizing SolidWorks Performance (Results). This article is describing one of our "side tests". Some of... Continue reading
Posted Apr 10, 2011 at CATI Tech Notes
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This article continues our Maximizing SolidWorks Performance series. If you would like a little background information please refer to the first article in the series Maximizing SolidWorks Performance (Results). We have all seen that it takes longer to copy files... Continue reading
Posted Apr 4, 2011 at CATI Tech Notes
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This article continues our Maximizing SolidWorks Performance series. If you would like a little background information please refer to the first article in the series Maximizing SolidWorks Performance (Results). Everything running on your computer takes some amount of resources. I... Continue reading
Posted Mar 27, 2011 at CATI Tech Notes
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So I couldn't wait to get started. As soon as I published the introduction to this series I wanted to at least get the first article out so that everyone could get an idea of what to expect. In this... Continue reading
Posted Mar 20, 2011 at CATI Tech Notes
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As many of you may know Josh Altergott and I did a presentation at SolidWorks World this year in San Antonio titled "Maximizing SolidWorks Performance". The presentation was well received and we thought it would be a good idea to... Continue reading
Posted Mar 20, 2011 at CATI Tech Notes
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Well, as I mentioned before, Beaker's been through a lot in his efforts to help us build our SolidWorks World presentation "Modeling Methods and Environment Configuration for Optimal Performance". (It's a long name, I know) The efforts of Beaker have... Continue reading
Posted Jan 13, 2010 at CATI Tech Notes
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OK, I'm getting excited now. [Or stressed] SolidWorks World is around the corner and my team has about 8 separate presentations that we are giving. The two that I am working on are "Tackeling Administrative Images" and "Modeling Methods and... Continue reading
Posted Jan 5, 2010 at CATI Tech Notes
I think this may work but in 2009 SW solved the problem by using a current_user variable: "SolidWorks Journal Folders"="C:\\Documents and Settings\\CURRENT_USER\\Application Data\\SolidWorks\\SolidWorks 2009"