Onshape Inc.
Onshape Inc.
Blog Post
  • Pursuing an engineering career was never a question for me. When I was six years old, I remember stopping my mom from throwing out the old toaster oven. My curious mind took it apart, fixed it and reassembled it. In middle school, I was teaching a SOLIDWORKS class at age 13. And my high school years were filled with making guitars from scratch and being the go-to mechanic to fix my classmates’ ...

Onshape Inc.
Onshape Inc.
Blog Post
  • SIMSOLID Cloud is an all new browser-based structural analysis application. Now available as an Integrated Cloud App in the Onshape App Store , it uses Onshape’s single sign-on and runs completely within an Onshape Document tab. SIMSOLID Cloud offers structural static and modal vibration analyses. It comes with an integrated material properties library. Both individual parts and assemblie...

Onshape Inc.
Onshape Inc.
Blog Post
  • As a proud alumnus of the Hilo Viking Robotics Club (pictured above), I announced last January that Onshape was partnering with the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC), the international program promoting STEM education to high school students around the world. Our partnership included providing the Onshape Education Plan and Kit of Parts CAD library to all FRC team members, teachers and mentors.

Onshape Inc.
Onshape Inc.
Blog Post
  • Designing parts in a top-down manner in old CAD systems has always been a struggle. You can design in the context of the assembly, but that process has always been fragile, with the model often updating in unpredictable ways. The other option for top-down design that you have with an old CAD system is called “multibody” design, but this technique comes with its own unique set of problems. Let’s...

Onshape Inc.
Onshape Inc.
Blog Post
  • Designing sheet metal parts in an old CAD system can be a tedious process of trial and error. Because many file-based CAD systems treat the flattened model as a feature that must be suppressed and unsuppressed, you are forced to constantly toggle between a folded and flattened feature to really understand your sheet metal part. Why is this a big deal? Let’s take a look.

Onshape Inc.
Onshape Inc.
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  • In Onshape, you can now quickly build multiple variations of your parts using parameter-driven configurations. Other CAD systems require all configuration options to be represented in a single table with entries for each conceivable permutation, which in some cases can lead to hundreds or thousands of rows in that single table. As configurations get more complex with more options, that table grows...

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