Thursday, 13 November 2014
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Thursday, 4 September 2014
The registry is controlled by your operating system and in Windows the process for accessing the registry is as follows;
Click on the Start button in the bottom left of the desktop and in the search dialogue type ‘regedit’
If you would like to check the Registry Editor again at this point, either by opening a new session (as per step 1), or by selecting View – Refresh (f5) in the menus of the Registry Editor, you will see that a new folder has been created with the same name as the original folder that you renamed.
This is an important point to make because having the new copy and the original renamed folder allows you to revert back to the previous settings should the generation of a new registry folder fail to solve any issues, or if you would like to revert back to your previous settings. The process for reverting back is very simple. Ensure SOLIDWORKS is closed, delete the ‘new’ registry folder created in the above steps, and then rename the original folder back to its original name.
Wednesday, 6 August 2014
I can analyse these results using a range of tools including Probe which is accessed through right-clicking the result plot. This enables me to analyse the results on just the face representing the outside of the oven and I can see that the temperature is reasonably low compared to the inside of the oven and I can check this information against my design requirements.