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  1. This isn’t hard to model using surfaces. If this is just a thin plate, I think you could even make it using the sheet metal menu

  2. 15M burn didn’t even tickle the 6.9T LOL like someone said Lambo for your grand grand children lol

  3. I learned solidworks from YouTube videos. That gave me the first kick. After that I explored other features. Now I’m proficient with everything including surfacing, sheet metal, and weldments.

  4. Whatever you do, DO NOT overestimate your computational needs and get some overpriced and oversized gaming laptop. Some of my classmates went that route and boy did they regret lugging that thing around every day… lol

  5. Completely agree. There’s no need to spend so much money in a bulky gaming computer for undergrad. I had a <$1k ASUS laptop, and this was always more than enough to run solidworks, matlab/simulink, Ansys, and Femap. I would say, get a Lenovo Thinkpad. Those are super light, affordable, and sturdy.

  6. This is so accurate LOL BRB my iPhone 8 is overheating again!

  7. You need a Boundary Surface with two guide curves that intersect at the vertices of the top and bottom shape. This can then be circled patterned and as long as you have the guide curves equal it'll make a shape that is hollow and of surfaces like the picture. To make it solid you'll need to add a surface to the top and bottom 15-sided poly and use the knit feature of the surface tab.

  8. You’re about to become the CEO of surface lofts

  9. Rather the CEO of boundary surfaces. Surface loft doesn’t have the horsepower to crank this out.

  10. I thought your cat happened to get its tong stuck on a cactus or something! LOL

  11. Star wars : the cum strikes back

  12. Had a the same issue with a brand new Samsung Evo SDXC 128gb card this week. I solved the issue by creating a smaller partition of 32gb using the “diskpart” tool in the windows command prompt. Just google “how to create a partition with custom size using diskpart”. Once you are done, format the card using regular FAT32. Is likely your current micro sd card is using exFAT file system which is causing the issue.

  13. You used the wrong tools for this part. It’s too complex for using shells or even regular solids. You should create the body using boundary surfaces instead, then thicken surfaces to the desired dimension with the “thicken” function.

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