SolidWorks 2007 Bible

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Wiley, Mar 31, 2008 - Computers - 1104 pages
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"The most complete resource for SolidWorks on the market. Matt Lombard's in-depth knowledge plus his snappy wit and wisdom make SolidWorks accessible to users at all levels."
-- Mike Sabocheck, Territory Technical Manager, SolidWorks Corporation

The most comprehensive single reference on SolidWorks

Whether you're a new, intermediate, or professional user, you'll find the in-depth coverage you need to succeed with SolidWorks 2007 in this comprehensive reference. From customizing the interface to exploring best practices to reinforcing your knowledge with step-by-step tutorials, the techniques and shortcuts in this detailed book will help you accomplish tasks, avoid the time-consuming pitfalls of parametric design, and get a firm handle on one of the leading 3D CAD programs on the market.

* Customize the user interface and connect hotkeys to macros
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Create sketches, parts, assemblies, and drawings
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Build intelligence into parts
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Work with patterns, equations, and configurations
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Learn multibody, surface, and master model techniques
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Write, record, and edit Visual Basic(r) macros

Design with advanced 3D features

Increase speed and efficiency with subassemblies

Use multibody models to their full potential

What's on the CD-ROM?

The CD includes all the parts, assemblies, drawings, and examples you need to follow the tutorials in each chapter. You'll also find finished models, templates, and more.

See the CD appendix for details and complete system requirements

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About the author (2008)

Matt Lombard is an independent SolidWorks consultant. Because of his popularity with SolidWorks user groups and through his SolidWorks Web site and online forums, Matt has built a reputation as a go-to resource for everything SolidWorks. He serves on the SolidWorks User Group Network committee.

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