We here at SolidBox value productivity above all in our applications and of course, our hardware. Each week, we’ll be giving you a tip to help you enhance your productivity with SolidWorks specifically. Sorry, we can’t help you with the hours you spend on Youtube each week watching cat videos, but hopefully you can learn something to make your SolidWorks experience easier. This week we’ll be touching on the Bounding Box.
SolidWorks is filled with neat little features you’ve never heard of. It can also be said that there are innumerable tools and features that have more than one function that you’ve probably never considered. We constantly discover new and interesting ways to use tools we thought we had figured out long ago. SolidWorks 2013 contains hundreds of updates and a few new tools that we’ll be exploring until the next release. One such tool is the Bounding Box. Although designed as a weldment tool, this little tool provides a lot of bang for your buck.