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Most engineers lack the experience or know how to effectively communicate their designs to the rest of the world. I provide them with information they can use to effectively reuse their engineering CAD data as a visual communication tool. Three reasons why we read the blog: We always want to learn from the best and Rob is the uncontested Rendering Guru of the SolidWorks community. When the version of PhotoView was released, there was almost no documentation available. You cannot just write about rendering tools and techniques, you need to demonstrate them. Rob created a large library of videos covering most of the workflows available in SolidWorks and PhotoWorks or PhotoView
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I've been a member of the SolidWorks user community for many years. This blog is an extension of that community involvement and allows me to share what I hope is useful information with a wider audience of users.
In compliance with the new FTC blogger guidelines and in an effort to have full transparency with my readers I need to post some full disclosure statements. I am a member of the DS SolidWorks user group program as a group leader.
I am not compensated for my user group involvement. DS SolidWorks Corporation has paid for my travel, accommodations, and some meals for various user group events including SolidWorks World.
I am in occasional contact with employees at DS SolidWorks Corporation and am sometimes asked to provide feedback on new products or programs.
I am not compensated for these efforts.
SP3 Enhancements to PhotoView PhotoView Friday. Share the Story.
Responses 3. Mistakes however teach you a great deal and overtime I found myself producing incredible images using PhotoWorks. My PhotoWorks learning experience is part of the reason I started my blog and a SolidWorks user group.
Work Experience It would probably surprise most of you to know I have a degree in architecture and half of my work experience is architecture related. The answer, yes and no.
The current products I design with SolidWorks do have an architectural look to them but are not nearly as complicated as a building would be to model. Now and then I do take on residential design projects.
I find SolidWorks to be quite helpful with space planning, elevation generation and visualization. The other half of my work experience is mechanical with a little industrial design thrown in.
This work consisted mostly of complex iron castings that needed to fit both a form and function criteria as well as sheet metal part design. I love the changing seasons and the different forms of recreation and activities the seasons provide. My favourite season Winter!