ul Picks up where SOLIDWORKS Basic Tools leaves off Uses a step by step tutorial approach with real world projects Comprehensive coverage of intermediate SOLIDWORKS tools and techniques Expands on Solids, Surfaces, Multibodies, Configurations, Drawings, Sheet Metal and Assemblies Features a quick reference guide SOLIDWORKS 2016 Intermediate Skills is part of a three part series which builds on the SOLIDWORKS features learned in SOLIDWORKS 2016 Basis Tools SOLIDWORKS 2016 Intermediate Skills broadens the reader s SOLIDWORKS knowledge base by covering such features as surveys, lofts and boundaries, the use of multibodies, generating engineering drawings and other SOLIDWORKS functions that are critical for the effective use of this powerful software This book helps prepare you for the advanced features of SOLIDWORKS which are covered in SOLIDWORKS Advanced Techniques It uses a step by step tutorial approach with real world projects This book also features a Quick Reference Guide to the new SOLIDWORKS 2016 commands, icons, and customized hotkeys Table of Contents Introduction SOLIDWORKS User Interface 1 Document Properties 2 Sketching 3 Creating Multibody Parts 4 Working with Multibody Parts 5 Revolved Thread Features 6 Flex Bending 7 Sweep with Guide Curves 8 Lofts and Boundaries 9 Surfaces and Patches 10 Configuration Features 11 Assembly Motions and Mates 12 Using Smart Mates 13 Top Down Assemblies 14 Using the Lip and Groove Options 15 Assembly Drawings and BOM 16 Drawings and Detailing 17 Sheet Metal Parts Glossary Index SOLIDWORKS 2016 Quick Guides...
|Title||:||SOLIDWORKS 2016 Intermediate Skills|
|Publisher||:||SDC Publications February 24, 2016|
|Number of Pages||:||358 pages|
|File Size||:||993 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
SOLIDWORKS 2016 Intermediate Skills Reviews
This book does an exceptional job of introducing some useful concepts a user might not have learned as a beginner, doing an easy project that covers everything you should already know how to do (revolve, mirror, circular pattern, filet, etc.) while also including some little-known features along the way. After the straightforward handle project, you're up and running, learning deeper concepts than most probably learned in an introductory CAD course.
A nice upgrade to projects.
I have both 2016 and 2017 editions. The 2016 version had TOO MANY misleading steps and errors. I can’t believe these errors weren’t corrected for the 2017 version. The author and publishing company needs people to go through each step so they can see all the misleading errors they have in this book! All of my classmates HATE THIS BOOK! SHAME ON ALL OF YOU!