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Viewing Results

Viewing New Models

To view your new models:

  1. Close DriveWorksXpress.
  2. Browse to the folder where your master SOLIDWORKS assembly is located.
    The generated parts, assembly, and drawing files are in this folder.
  3. Open the new models in SOLIDWORKS.

Generating More Models

To generate more models from your specification:

  1. Open DriveWorksXpress.
  2. View the summary information on the Welcome page:
    • The number of models in the current database
    • The number of models ready to run
  3. Select Run Models.
  4. Select a model that is ready to run.
  5. Complete the form.

Modifying Specifications

To modify your specification:

  1. Open DriveWorksXpress.
  2. Select Add/Edit Models.
  3. Select the model.
  4. Modify the captured parameters or the form and rules.


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