Have you ever been reading your favorite SolidWorks-related blog, loving the information you’re reading, soaking it up.
There are so many great blogs out there, covering a huge variety of SolidWorks tips, tricks, and tutorials. However, the chances of your being able to immediately implement those things you’re reading into your workflow is probably pretty slim. If you can’t use that information right away, how do you remember where you read that information so you can reference it when you need it? Maybe you bookmark some of your favorite posts, but you can’t possibly bookmark every post that will be useful to you while keeping all those bookmarks organized. Maybe you only ever visit a few blogs and, when you need to reference a post, you dig through their archives for a while. If you’re like me, you’ve probably spent a good chunk of time, plowing through the ever-expanding archives of these blogs, trying to find that one post that answers your question.
That’s why I made this site. This site is designed to be a resource for both the SolidWorks user and the SolidWorks blogger.