Applied Solid Works

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Industrial Press, 2006 - Technology & Engineering - 386 pages
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This unique reference was written with the intention that users can learn Solidworks on their own 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. Its perfect for anyone enrolled in Engineering and Technology programs, as well as professionals interested in learning Solidworks. It: provides step-by-step instructions along with numerous illustrations; commands are shown in bold for those who would rather not read every word of instruction; includes graphic illustration for each step for those who would rather learn visually; and contains small notes on most illustrations to further clarify instructions.

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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

Contents

Getting Started
1
Learning More Basics
77
Learning To Detail Part Drawings
127
Copyright

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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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