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Jim’s SolidWorks 2014 Pick of the Day: Through All Both!

Article by Jim Peltier, CSWE created/updated January 13, 2014

With all the new improvements to advanced functionality and all the new functionality in SolidWorks 2014, it’s no surprise that this tiny but time-saving enhancement is not widely talked about. But I noticed this little gem and decided to share it with you.

While creating a Cut Extrude, I noticed a new option: “Through All – Both”

Through All - Both

Through All – Both

Result!

Result!

 

Curious, I tried it. The result is exactly what I was expecting: it enables the Direction 2 option and sets it to Through All. This saves me 3 clicks each time I want to do this, and considering how often I want to do this, it will really save me a lot of time! Knowing that I can do this means that I can change the way I create cut extrude features. So, go forth and use this new functionality.

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Jim Peltier, CSWE

Jim has been using SolidWorks since 2001, and has spent most of that time working in the design of industrial automated manufacturing equipment. He has been working as an Applications Expert at Javelin Technologies in Oakville, Ontario since July 2012 and is a Certified SolidWorks Expert (CSWE).

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