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    Default SolidWorks Video on Drafting

    This explains it better than anything else I've seen:

    Simulation Drafting Video | SOLIDWORKS

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    Fail.

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    What? The link?

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    I don't think they explained draft passing well.

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    Thank you Jimmy.
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    I doubt the leading car losing 15% of its power makes a difference. As soon as the trailing cars hops out, it's facing a bunch more wind and only a little sidedraft (a concept completely skipped by the video).

    Popping out with 0 approach speed is a good way to fail to pass. The guy had it right when he first thought of momentum

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