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SOLIDWORKS Pin Connector

Tech tips, tutorials, and best practices for SOLIDWORKS Pin Connector from the Javelin technical team

The rigid connection type (top) produces artificial stress concentrations in the bolt head region. The distributed option (bottom) produces a more realistic stress field.

Distributed Coupling for Bolts and Pins in SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2020

Getting simulation results quickly, while maintaining accuracy, is always a top priority for any analyst. Replacing modeled fasteners with bolt…

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SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2019 Pin Connector in Nonlinear

SOLIDWORKS 2019 adds Simulation Pin Connector improvements to Nonlinear Static and Nonlinear Dynamic studies that was introduced in Simulation 2018…

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SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2018 Pin Connector

SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2018 Improved Pin Connector

SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2018 pin connector has been enhanced. Now you can define a pin connector through more than two cylindrical surfaces…

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SOLIDWORKS Simulation Connector Symbol

SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2017 Connector Symbol Improvements

SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2017 has enhanced the SOLIDWORKS Simulation Connector Symbol for Pin and Bolt connections.  Pin Connectors will now show symbols…

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SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2016 Bolts and Pins on the Same Part

SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2016 now supports the ability to apply Bolts and Pins that start and end on the same body….

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SOLIDWORKS Simulation Pin Connector

A Pin Connector connects a solid or a shell body to another solid or shell body. The selection entities can be…

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