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PV360X is a new SOLIDWORKS plug-in that will enhance your PhotoView 360 experience. If you use PhotoView 360 to create renderings and rendered animations the PV360X plug-in is designed for you. PV360X offers improved appearances, improved scenes, streamlined user interface and workflow, and new tools. PV360X has been under development for some time and will soon be ready for beta testing. To find out more about PV360X please visit www.pv360x.com. While you’re there complete the form to join the beta program and receive product updates.
I have arrived in Phoenix for SOLIDWORKS World 2015! In my short time here I’ve already run into some familiar faces. There are SOLIDWORKS badges and bags popping up everywhere and the SOLIDWORKS World buzz is starting to fill the air. One of the best things about attending SOLIDWORKS World for me is catching up with people I’ve met over the 11 years I’ve been attending the conference.
This morning I had breakfast with John Matrishon. John and Edson Gebo started the “Bacon Brotherhood” at SOLIDWORKS World last year and its still going strong. I’m not exactly sure how to explain what the bacon brotherhood is but I can tell you how to join. It’s really simple actually. Take a photo of bacon and yourself (a bacon selfie if you will) and post the picture on twitter with #baconbrotherhood and #sww15. It’s that simple. Once tweeted you will recieve a bacon brotherhood tag to attach to your SOLIDWORKS World badge and an official bacon brotherhood card.
After breakfast I bumped into Todd Blacksher. Among other things, Todd is a SWUG leader in Nebraska. For the last couple of years Todd has been making some really cool “keys” that he hands out. As a special effect, this years key’s spell SWUGN when you place two together. Nice work Todd.
The pre-conference meet ups have been fun and its going to get better when SOLIDWORKS World 2015 officially kicks off today with the welcome reception at 5:30 in the partner pavilion. As I write this I wonder what sort of content SOLIDWORKS World 2015 may have in store for us? Of course there will be the official “stuff” you find on the website and agenda. The general sessions will contain Keynote speakers, info about the changing of the guard from Bertrand Sicot to Gian Paolo Bassi, customer product and education spotlights, model mania winners, SWUGN awards, a sneak peek at SOLIDWORKS 2016. These are all things you come to expect from SOLIDWORKS World. There may be some “surprise” content however and that’s what I’m really talking about here. I’m purely speculating but these are some things that I think will make a surprise appearance at SOLIDWORKS World 2015:
An update to SOLIDWORKS Mechanical Conceptual. Its been a year since its release and I’m sure work has been done to the product.
The introduction of SOLIDWORKS Industrial Conceptual. This product was mentioned at SOLDIWORKS World last year and should be ready for consumption this year.
Something REALLY BIG for SOLIDWORKS 2016. Of course SOLIDWORKS will be updated for 2016 but I have a feeling we may see some larger than normal updates for 2016.
Richard Doyle with SOLIDWORKS painted fingernails. This was talked about on Twitter and I’m wondering if Richard will actually show some painted SOLIDWORKS nails.
If you’re here in Phoenix have a great time at SOLIDWORKS World 2015. If you can’t be at the conference you can watch the live stream.
SolidWorks 2015 has added new functionality named “selection sets”. Selection sets allow a user to group a collection of items (faces, edges, features, sketches, etc.) into one selection that can be recalled at any time. It’s a very nice tool for model creation and it also has some advantages in PhotoView 360. Watch the video to learn more.
Sometimes you want a non photo realistic effect for your renderings and animations. That’s easier to accomplish in SolidWorks 2014.
Here is a nice feature for creating quick screen shots with versatility.
SolidWorks 2014 adds another way to bring your files into modo. This Option allows you to not only transfer the geometry and materials but the motion study as well.
My.SolidWorks.com was introduced in beta during SolidWorks World 2013. Last week the website finished it’s beta run and now it’s ready for the user community. Think of my.solidworks.com as a one stop shop for SolidWorks user community information that’s unique to you. You don’t have to check a number of different SolidWorks sources for information, answers, videos, etc., with my.solidworks.com it’s all in one location.
Here’s the bullet info to get you up to speed quickly:
* My.SolidWorks consolidates access to key sources in the SolidWorks community. It’s a place to find answers to questions you may have about being productive with SolidWorks, and keep up with recent activity in the community in a personalized experience.
* For now, My.SolidWorks doesn’t replace any of our existing online properties, including the Customer Portal. The Customer Portal has useful links to your Support activity, to system requirements, downloads and more, which are not currently available in My.SolidWorks. But for tips, insights and knowledge about how to use SolidWorks most effectively, we suggest using My.SolidWorks.
* My.SolidWorks gives you a single place to find insight and expertise from all over the SolidWorks community. It lets you connect, discover and share anything and everything SolidWorks. My.SolidWorks provides immediate access to forum posts, online help, YouTube videos, blog posts and more. You can also search all of those sources for answers with a single click. All of the relevant results are delivered on one page
* Anyone can use My.SolidWorks via a web browser, at http://My.SolidWorks.com. You’ll get the most capability when you’re logged in using your SolidWorks customer account.
* Customers with an active SolidWorks Subscription get the most value, because content tied to a subscription also appears in My.SolidWorks.
* Mobile capabilities as well as an add-in to SolidWorks will be added soon.
Head on over to My.SolidWorks and have a look. It may become one of those sites you check every morning or on your lunch break or……….