1. I also tried to installed Matlab 2012b. When I double clicked the Matlab setup icon, the \"User Account Control\" window pops up asking for my permission to allow the software to be installed. I clicked \"yes\", but afterwards just nothing happened at all. I tried tracing it up in the \"Windows Task Manager\", but I can't even see anything related to \"Matlab\" was in the process. Then I tried to double clicked the Matlab setup icon as an administrator, but still got the same result and i can't find any error message either.
currently i just upgraded my solidworks form 2010 to 2012. my solidworks 2010 was working just fine but 2012 is lagging..can some please tell me if there is any setting i can modify in solidworks 2012 to help reduce cpu usage..
When creating Assemblies whereby you wish to show (render) threaded items (lead-screws, bolts, etc) use \"Faux Thread\" -false-thread-solidworks-example ... It will look just like Helix Threaded items in the renderings only the build time and CPU will be MUCH less. (Faux Thread is Not SW Cosmetic Thread, it will show up in renderings)
Hello, you have published in 2012, we are in 2016 and your solution is still working perfectly, congratulations !In fact, I was registered but at the end of 12-13 month period you have to confirm your registration. Which I did, but the system continued to ask my particulars. I had chatted with DS technical support, they knew about the issue but did not know how to solve it, you are better than them !Thank you again
I am having an issue where every time that I open draftsight it asks me to activate and I have entered a few different email address and I have never gotten an email back to activate it! I had our company IT guy install draftsight for as we also use solidworks, but I still get the activation screen! How do I get rid of the activation window
Hi Thank you for your great directions to set up 16bit programs in Win10. I have a 32bits win10 PC.My purpose is to execute Turbo Pascal 6. I have used in an almost 30years period (!) starting about the eighties a setup to register auditory evoked responses in children to detect hearing loss. I have a big database that I would like to try to recover for further inspection. Perhaps I can learn something I have missed.
I had the same problem as the OP. This article does not fix the problem because Solidwork took down the version 2012 of solid explorer. I installed version 2014 solidwork explorer. Creo 2 can't even see the file, let alone open it. The article did state that Creo only support up to version 2012. If you have a legit link for Solidwork explorer 2012, much appreciated.
Probablly the easiest way to address this situation is by opening the file in solidworks and saving/exporting them into a step file. If you don't have solid works, you can down load a student version... my kids did that for their cad classes. Or find a friend that has solid works. Step files worked better over iges for solid works files.
Three-dimensional models were first designed using Solidworks 2012, and then the Hori Z300 plus 3D printer (Hori, China) was used to fabricate 3D scaffolds. In the 3D printing machine, a cartridge was used to supply the feedstock filament of PLA (Hori, China) into the fused deposition modeling (FDM) 3D printer.
The pore structure of polylactic acid scaffolds has an important influence on the adhesion, migration, and proliferation of cells in the human body, and the pore size of polylactic acid scaffolds largely determines whether cells can migrate and grow in scaffolds . Figure 6 exhibits the microscopic images of the samples from SEM, showing the morphology of the PDA/PLA scaffold and the morphology of the hole wall surface with different PDA coating times. The abovementioned figure shows that the scaffold maintained a good porous structure, and the surface morphology of the PDA/PLA scaffold was different from that of the pure PLA scaffold. It can be seen that the coating of PDA made the surface of PLA rough, and the longer dopamine immersion time improved the surface roughness of the scaffold. The rough surface could improve the protein adsorption and cell adhesion ability of the materials . In addition, EDS results in Figure 7 showed that C, O, and N atoms were evenly distributed on the surface of the scaffold, suggesting that PDA was successfully coated on the surface of the scaffold. 153554b96e