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SolidWorks 2012 Part II - Advanced Techniques picks up where SolidWorks 2012 Part I - Basic Tools leaves off. Its aim is to take you from an intermediate user with a basic understanding of SolidWorks and modeling techniques to an advanced user capable of creating complex models and able to use the advanced tools provided by SolidWorks. The text covers...
SolidWorks 2012 Part II - Advanced Techniques picks up where SolidWorks 2012 Part I - Basic Tools leaves off. Its aim is to take you from an intermediate user with a basic understanding of SolidWorks and modeling techniques to an advanced user capable of creating complex models and able to use the advanced tools provided by SolidWorks. The text covers parts, surfaces, SimulationXpress, sheet metal, top-down assemblies and core and cavity molds. Every lesson and exercise in this book was created based on real world projects. Each of these projects have been broken down and developed into easy and comprehensible steps for the reader. Furthermore, at the end of every chapter there are self test questionnaires to ensure that the reader has gained sufficient knowledge from each section before moving on to more advanced lessons. This book takes the approach that in order to understand SolidWorks, inside and out, the reader should create everything from the beginning and take it step by step. Table of Contents Introduction: SolidWorks 2012 User Interface 1. 3D Sketch 2. Planes Creation 3. Advanced Modeling - 5/8" Spanner 4. Sweep with Composite Curve - Helical Extension Spring Sweep Variable Pitch Spring, closed ends 5. Advanced Modeling Sweep vs. Loft 6. Lofts - Water Meter Housing 7. Loft with Guide Curves - Waved Washer 8. Surfaces - Lofted Surfaces Lofted Surface - Remote Control Casing 9. Advanced Surfaces Surface_Offset_Ruled Using boundary and freeform surface Creating a free-form feature 10. Surfaces vs. Solid Modeling - Helmet Using PhotoView 360 11. SimulationXpress - 5/8" Spanner 12. Sheet Metal - Post Cap Sheet Metal - Vents 13. Forming Tools - Button with Slots Sheet Metal - Mounting Tray 14. Sheet Metal Conversions Weldments Structural Members 15. Top-Down Assembly - Core & Cavity - Assembly Level Tooling Design - Part Level 16. Top-Down Assembly - Miniature Vise 17. External References & Repair Errors CSWP Core Preparation Practice Student Testimonials SolidWorks 2012 Quick-Guides
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