Introduction to Solid Modeling Using SolidWorks 2017, 13th Edition

Book Description

As design engineers and engineering professors, the authors have witnessed incredible changes in the way that products are designed and manufactured. One of the biggest changes over the past 20 years has been the development and widespread usage of solid . When we first saw , it was used only by large companies. The cost of the and the powerful workstations required to run it, along with the complexity of using the , limited its use. As the cost of computing hardware dropped, solid modeling was developed for personal computers. In 1995, the SolidWorks Corporation released the initial version of SOLIDWORKS® , the first solid modeling program written for the Microsoft operating system. Since then, the use of solid modeling has become an indispensable tool for almost any , large or small, that designs a product.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Basic Part Modeling Techniques
Chapter 2 Engineering Drawings
Chapter 3 Additional Part Modeling Techniques
Chapter 4 Advanced Part Modeling
Chapter 5 Parametric Modeling Techniques
Chapter 6 Creation Of Assembly Models
Chapter 7 Advanced Assembly Operations
Chapter 8 Assembly Drawings

PART TWO: Applications of SOLIDWORKS®
Chapter 9 Generation Of 2-D Layouts
Chapter 10 Solution Of Vector Problems
Chapter 11 Analysis Of Mechanisms
Chapter 12 Design Of Molds And Sheet Metal Parts
Chapter 13 The Use Of Solidworks To Accelerate The Product Development Cycle

Appendix A: Recommended Settings
Appendix B: The Solidworks Interface: Use And Customization

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