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The SOLIDWORKS drawing is a visual representation of the 3D CAD model. It is an essential part of the design process as it allows designers to make changes directly in the drawing. A SOLIDWORKS drawing can be created with the use of either the SolidWorks software or by using Visio, which comes with a native version of SolidWorks. They are stored in DWG format. The first step for creating a SOLIDWORKS drawing is to save your 3D CAD model into a file that supports it - either DXF or DWG format. The next step would be to create blockouts using either Visio or SolidWorks. Blockouts are usually created at different scales so that they can be used as reference when designing parts for manufacturing purposes.

If you want to start drawing in SOLIDWORKS, you can use the 3D sketching tools in the G-code editor. This article will walk you through how to start drawing using these tools. The process of 3D Sketching in SOLIDWORKS is very simple and straightforward. All you need to do is get yourself a tool such as a pencil or pen and set it on your screen where it becomes a 3D object on the screen. Then click on the part of your model that you want to draw and draw with your chosen tool.

SOLIDWORKS is used to develop mechatronics systems from beginning to end. At the initial stage, the software is used for planning, visual ideation, modeling, feasibility assessment, prototyping, and project management. The software is then used for design and building of mechanical, electrical, and software elements.

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