SW2004: What's New?

Discussion in 'SolidWorks' started by Tony Morales, Aug 9, 2003.

  1. Tony Morales

    Tony Morales Guest

    OK.

    I'm out of the loop. I didn't participate in the beta program, I haven't
    run out and downloaded the pre-release, and I didn't attend the VAR's
    rollout spiel. But I'm dying to know what the new features are. Would
    anyone be so brave as to upload a copy of the "What's New" PDF to a web site
    and post a link to the newsgroup? Or email the link (or the file) to me if
    your shy?

    Also, what are your impressions of new features?

    Anything earth-shattering, or just plain cool? Of course, this is always a
    personal thing, depending on how you work and the kinds of things you do.
    With 2003, disjointed bodies was earth-shattering. It totally changed the
    way that I modeled a lot of things that are fairly ordinary objects, like
    tubes. On the other hand (don't laugh), but I have really enjoyed the
    Insert Centerline feature (on cylindrical objects) in drawing mode. I use
    this so often, I think I've worn the button out.

    Tony
     
    Tony Morales, Aug 9, 2003
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  2. Tony Morales

    Tony Morales Guest

    Thanks to the individual who sent me the file and shall remain nameless to
    protect the helpful

    I still haven't seen any reviews/impressions/favorite features from you
    folks. From the What's New, I don't see any "gotta have" features that make
    me want to go and install the pre-release right away, or SP0.0 when it comes
    out, for that matter.

    Tony
     
    Tony Morales, Aug 11, 2003
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    Nick E. Guest

    B. van Welzenis quipped:
    i'm pretty sure your NDA period has expired. I d/l-ed the PR without any
    kind of NDA.

    so talk away.

    -nick e.
     
    Nick E., Aug 11, 2003
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