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Found 19 results

  1. Hello guys, I need your help in this context. CATIA "imagine and shape" and solidThinking Evolve are these same? Are both used for class A surfacing? What are relative advantages and limitations of these two softwares? Thank you in advance
  2. Hey guys I'm new to solidThinking Evolve and I need help about dimensioning my drawings. Can we give dimensions to our sketches like in CATIA or solidworks? Also, can we edit position of points according to dimensions? What are dynamic and static dimensions in evolve and how are they different? Please help. Thank you in advance☺️
  3. We are kickstarting 2018 with a webinar hosted by Novedge. The webinar will give you a look at 2017 and upcoming 2018 release. Register today! https://novedge.com/webinar/271
  4. Hello guys, I wanna know how to create solid bodies in evolve using loft feature between curves. Actually I want to create spoke of wheel rim using loft command but I'm unable to make it a solid body. Do we get solid body if we loft between all the curves? Please help me regarding this. If you have any evolve model of rim spoke that will be very appreciable. Thank you in advance
  5. kisar3

    Evolve vs Rhino

    Hello, I am designer of soles for footwear in 3d, design with Rhinoceros. I'm looking for videos, solidthinking Evolve tutorials for soles or shoes and I can not find. Is there anything on this subject? Also know the differences between Evolve and Rhinoceros, some person who works with both programs. Thank you very much
  6. admin

    Render Q

    In this month’s Tips & Tricks, Darren Chilton discusses using RenderQ to process batch renderings, including batch rendering setup for images and animations. Click on the video below to see these tips & tricks in action.
  7. Arjun Ajjampur

    Evolve 2017 and NVIDIA Optimus

    Computers running NVIDIA Optimus technology and Evolve might experience issues with our latest and upcoming releases. To avoid visual artifacts or crashes when running Evolve, it is recommended that you change the 'Preferred graphics processor' setting under Global settings in the NVIDIA control panel from 'Auto-select' to 'High-performance NVIDIA processor' This will avoid using auto switching that has been found to be the primary reason for crashes.
  8. Dear Evolve users, We want to bring to your notice that Evolve 2017.1 will not be supporting native solidWorks 2017 file format (part file) We expect the translators to be updated by the end of the first quarter of 2017. You will still be able to open evolve files (.evo) on solidWorks using our solidWorks plug in. Exchange of data between SolidWorks and Evolve can be done seamlessly using the parasolid (x_t and x_b) formats.
  9. Arjun Ajjampur

    *****Evolve Tutorial Poll*****

    We would like to know what tutorials you would like to see. Our Evolve Experts are here at your disposal for any questions but they can do more!
  10. Arjun Ajjampur

    Evolve Webinars

    We are excited to share some recent webinars with you. These webinars give you a full overview of the power of Evolve. https://www.youtube.com/user/solidThinking
  11. Hello together I recently started with Inspire and Evolve. I constantly run in the problem, that I'm not able to trim or use boolean functions in my models. Do you have any idea, what I'm doing wrong? You can find my file in the dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/s/jtxcdzupsflc7km/1900611_2.evo?dl=0 Thank you very much. Kind regards Ben
  12. Well to be honest...none of the versions I have installed on my computer work with Windows 8.1. I am going through tutorials and getting familiar with all the many buttons and sometimes it'll crash on me if I just press a button. If I open a saved project (with or without history) and I try to do anything...it'll crash and shut down. I actually can't use the program at this point so this saddens me... Any help is much appreciated!
  13. The company I work for uses Evolve 2015 for product design, and we are trying to figure out how to export our models in a way that would allow the factories we work with to create 2D views in AutoCAD for their build plans. We want to end up with full scale drawings, as they often times print out at full scale to create patterns. We do need the drawings to be editable and dimensional, so I don't think a PDF will work for what we need. I would have thought that exporting as a .dxf would be the way to go, but I have not had any luck reading this in autocad. Do I need to do a drawing layout in Evolve and export that somehow? If anyone knows of a way to do this, it would be greatly appreciated.
  14. I am interested in learning Evolve, having tried a couple of other Mac OS based CAD applications, but I still want more control, and better interfaces. I am looking hard at Evolve, but before I invest my money in purchasing the app, wanted to know from the forum members, is there additional training available either online, onsite, or through a workshop environment? Let me know. Thanks. Ron
  15. i wasn't see view shortcut in shurtcuts windows. like L for left, T for top. has evolve viewport shortcut? in the end, i like evolve. it's scalable and parametric.
  16. Hello, I am new to solidthinking Evolve and have been exploring it since January. It is great fun but I am having a problem. I am not sure how to get a drawing from the parts I have created. I am trying to get orthographic drawings from each of my parts in my model so that I can have these parts cut on a CNC machine from sheet stock. I've noticed that there is an "Environment" heading in the top menu which has "Drawing" as one of the options, but I can't seem to figure it out. This may or may not be the right way to go about this... I just can't figure out how to do this. Can someone assist me? Thanks much! -chairface
  17. admin

    Pixel Mapping

    This month’s Tips & Tricks video provides insight into the pixel mapping process, including: Techniques for using 2D images to create 3D geometry Methods to create embossed logos and textures on a model for rapid prototypes Click on the video below to see these tips in action.
  18. Using 2D images as reference to create 3D models -Editing images to simplify the setup in EVOLVE -Import and Setup of reference images
  19. In this month's Tips & Tricks, Darren Chilton discusses the best methods for exporting models as polygonal data for 3D printing in either .stl or .obj file formats. Using view tessellation for on-screen visual feedback while editing the level of detail Using Advance Tessellation tool to create stitched/watertight geometry Understand the parameters that control polygonal data creation If you have a tip or trick you'd like to share, or comments, questions or feedback, please email us at newsletter@solidthinking.com. Our team is here to answer your questions and share best practices. Your feedback or tip/trick may make it to our next newsletter -- we'll credit you, too!