First Installment of the SolidBox Seminar Series

SolidBox founder, Christopher J. Castle, will present the first installment of the SolidBox Seminar Series at the Catawba Valley SolidWorks User Group. The seminar is entitled "Master Model for Everyone." The seminar will cover the following topics: Master Model History Pros and Cons Collaboration Splitting Parts Derived Parts Inserted Parts Save Bodies Time & Feature Dependency Industry Specific Examples Templates & File Management  Event Details: Ca

published March 16, 2010

Flat Panel Displays

Everyone at SolidBox is a Graphics Junky! We'd rather have the biggest, brightest, and highest contrast display available, then have the fastest CPU. Face it, if you have to look at something for 8+ hours a day, you shouldn't settle for second rate. And since most of us stare at a computer screen, more hours than we sleep in a bed, why not spend a little more and get a lot more. What do we look for in a Flat Panel Display? Actual Viewable Area (Bigger is Better) Optimal Screen Resolut

published January 26, 2010


There are too many wires in this world! Why have another one connected to your keyboard? The Logitech® family of Keyboards and Mice use the Logitech® Unifying receiver, which is our favorite wireless connection device. The USB receiver itself, is very tiny, and it can run both the keyboard and mouse. We've chosen the Logitech® Wireless Keyboard K340 as our standard keyboard. Why? First off, the layout of this keyboard is very "CAD Operator" friendly. You have a standard 10-key number pad. How

published January 18, 2010

Grave Digger San Antonio Monster Truck Jam

SolidBox attended the Monster Truck Jam in San Antonio. Here is a short video Interview with Pablo Huffaker, the designer, owner, and driver of Grave Digger!

published January 18, 2010

Mice – The Performance MX mouse

"The Performance MX mouse, is the best freaking mouse I've ever used. End of Story!", screams the founder of SolidBox. We agree with Chris' excitement. The Performance MX must have been designed by a SolidWorks user. The first thing you'll notice about the wireless MX is its good looks. But good looks serve no purpose when you're a mouse. Instead the good looks translate into awesome ergonomics. Your thumb will rest gently around this 9 button mouse, regardless if you have dainty little hands or

published January 12, 2010
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