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Intercad MidYear Expo at the WA Aviation Museum

Tips and Tricks Amgad Yacoub 4 June 2015


Another successful Intercad Event, with more than 65 customer attendees presenting different WA industries!

The event took place on the 2nd of June 7:30 in the morning at the WA Aviation Museum. In the event the Intercad team ran through a design and design verification workflow of a wing flaps mechanism, using Solidworks design and simulation tools.

The event also inducted, advance design tool, assembly design layout techniques, integrated motion analysis, flow simulation, transferring the flow simulation results to Solidworks simulation, evaluating resonance frequencies and calculating the estimated life time of the design. All the design and verification process is managed by EPDM working in the background to provide all the team members with the right information in the right time.

The next session was on Solidworks Electrical and how it can be used to get electrical schematic drawing done in time and with less effort and very accurate as well.

The following session was on IC3D steel. IC3D steel is a dedicated structural design tool for SolidWorks. With its specialized tools for building and detailing steel structures, and publishing fabrication and GA drawings, IC3D Steel™ makes the workflows inherent in every structural design easier, quicker and free of errors.

The last session was on the RobotWorks addin. Showing how it works and the advantage of using this application as a Robotics Interface and Trajectory generator for SolidWorks – Mainstream Solid Modeling capability combined with path and events generation.


Our Special Guest was  Martin Clifford Hi-Tech Metrology showing the latest 3D scanning technology.

Final was the luck door prizes for all the attendees and one lucky winner walked away with a HD RC Drone.

We would like to say thank you to all the attendees for coming and joining us in our event.

We hope you all enjoyed the event session and hope to see you all again in our next event!

Intercad Team

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