Mastering SolidWorks

Paperback | July 9, 2010

byIbrahim Zeid

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Mastering SolidWorks: The Design Approach presents SolidWorks as a design system rather than a software program, using design, modeling, and drafting concepts as the building blocks, instead of menus and commands. It describes design approaches, methodologies, and techniques to help CAD designers/engineers and draftspersons achieve their engineering tasks in the fastest, easiest, and most effective way. It develops command sequences to achieve CAD and modeling tasks, providing SolidWorks syntax and details. Starting with a CAD task to accomplish, the book then goes about how to  accomplish it, motivating students to learn more than simply going through layers of menus and commands.

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Mastering SolidWorks: The Design Approach presents SolidWorks as a design system rather than a software program, using design, modeling, and drafting concepts as the building blocks, instead of menus and commands. It describes design approaches, methodologies, and techniques to help CAD designers/engineers and draftspersons achieve t...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:816 pages, 10.85 × 8.5 × 1.01 inPublished:July 9, 2010Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0135046092

ISBN - 13:9780135046098

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Table of Contents

Part I: Computer Aided Design (CAD) Basics

1. Getting Started

2. Construction Management

3. Design Intent

 

Part II: Basic Part Modeling

4. Features and Macros

5. Drawings

6. Assemblies

7. Rendering and Animation

 

Part III: Advanced Part Modeling

8. Curves

9. Surfaces

10. Sheet Metal and Weldments

11. Sustainable Design

 

Part IV: Part Development and Analysis

12. Geometric Tolerances

13. Analysis Tools

 

Part V: Part Manufacturing

14. Rapid Prototyping

15. Numerical Control Machining

16. Injection Molding

 

A. ANSI and ISO Tolerance Tables

B. SolidWorks Certification

 

Index