SolidWorks Video Tip: 2009 Missing Reference Ghosting

October 20, 2008 6 Comments »
SolidWorks Video Tip: 2009 Missing Reference Ghosting

When working with any parametric modeling package references are something a user constantly has to be aware of.  Often times when you make modifications to a model, child features based off of entities changed can fail to regenerate properly due to the nature of the changes made.

SolidWorks 2009 introduces some time saving enhancements that will help users better understand missing references.  Check out the Video below for more.

Stay tuned….more to come!

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  • Ricky–these videos you're creating are great. Maybe we should hire you to be our video production dude.

  • LOL! I don't know about that. I'm probably my own worst critic…but I still feel like there is plenty of room for improvements in the videos I have posted and I will continue to make them better.

    Thanks for the complement though! :-)

    Ricky

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  • odelle

    I have been messing with 2009 on and off – I love it thus far. One think they should have done is to take your numeric input in sketches and give you the option to convert them to actual dimensions. That way you can dimension your part as you draw it – at least have it be an option.masini de inchiriat

  • odelle

    I have been messing with 2009 on and off – I love it thus far. One think they should have done is to take your numeric input in sketches and give you the option to convert them to actual dimensions. That way you can dimension your part as you draw it – at least have it be an option.masini de inchiriat