Applied solid works

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Industrial Press, 2006 - Computers - 386 pages
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This unique text presents a thorough introduction to SolidWorks for anyone with little or no prior experience with this software. It can be used in virtually any educational - setting from four-year engineering schools to community colleges and voc/tech schools to industrial training centers - and will also serve as a reliable reference for on-the-job use or as a self-study manual that can be used with little or no outside help. Unlike other books of its kind, it begins at a very basic level and ends at a fairly advanced level. It's perfect for anyone interested in learning SolidWorks quickly and effectively.

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This is the fourth Solidworks book that I have bought and definitely by far the best. It covers everything that I need to know. Read full review


Getting Started
Learning More Basics
Learning To Detail Part Drawings

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About the author (2006)

L. Scott Hansen is currently Associate Professor of Technology in the College of Computing, Integrated Engineering, and Technology at Southern Utah University.

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