40 SolidWorks Remote Control: Finishing Touches

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Summary:

Well, we’ve finally made it to the end ladies and gentlemen! In this video, we’ll take one final look at our shelling operation and discuss some aspects of working around shelling constraints in production. Stay tuned as we move onto our next Magnanimous Dan project!

new topics:

  • Shelling bug workaround
  • Adjusting penny grooves (insert fastening feature)

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About Adam OHern

Adam O'Hern is an industrial design consultant, designing products ranging from laptops to power tools, classroom toys to bathroom fixtures, and pro audio gear to guitar tuners. In 2008 he founded cadjunkie.com, and in 2010 co-founded EvD Media with Josh Mings of SolidSmack.com, and the two collaborate on the EngineerVsDesigner.com podcast.

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  • orgna

    Hi Adam,
    thank you for a really great series :)
    When finishing the buttons I used the 17b-option since I’m still stuck with 2012. Turned out though I get a cleaner tree and less work adding fillets. Love the different options for adding penny-grooves and also the different ways for adding the logos.
    It would be interesting to see your wacom set-up when working in SolidWorks, I have my lower pen button for middle click and the upper one for right click. It’s taking me some to get used to using the wacom tablet but you’re right; the transfer to adobe applications is sweet.
    Peter

    • Adam

      Glad to hear it, Peter! Yeah, as with most things, there are lots of ways of dealing with those buttons, just depending exactly what you want to do with them. That said, 17B is definitely the superior method in nearly every case :) I had avoided it initially because I thought it was too convoluted for a simple tutorial, but in the end it’s actually quite a bit simpler. Always learnin’!

      I use the upper button as MMB and the lower button as RMB, but I suppose it doesn’t matter either way. I love it!