1st Edition

Project Based SOLIDWORKS 2020



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ISBN 9781630573201
Published February 24, 2020 by SDC Publications
376 Pages

USD $74.00

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Book Description

Project Based SOLIDWORKS is specifically designed to complement an engineering graphics course. It covers how to apply engineering graphics concepts, such as part prints, section views, assembly drawings, tolerancing and fasteners. It also extends these topics into the world of design.

Project Based SOLIDWORKS takes a specific part or assembly and teaches you how to model each part and its configurations, create part prints including assembly drawings if appropriate, and takes it one step further and teaches concepts such as FEA, tolerancing, and parametric design.

This book comes with instructional videos showing you how to perform each of the tutorials. It also comes with instructional videos showing how to complete each problem in the book. The exception to this is when a problem is open ended and each student will get different results.

After completing all the tutorials in this book, you will be able to design moderately difficult parts and assemblies in a realistic manner. This book is perfect for a freshman design class that wishes to include realistic design problems within their curriculum.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction to SOLIDWORKS  2. Connecting Rod Project - Model  3. Connecting Rod Project - Configurations  4. Connecting Rod Project - Part Print  5. Connecting Rod Project - Static FEA  6. Flanged Coupling Project - Coupling  7. Flanged Coupling Project - Assembly  8. Flanged Coupling Project - Assembly Drawing  9. Linear Bearing Project - Assembly  10. Microphone Project - Base  11. Microphone Project - Arm  12. Boat Project  13. Vise Project - Tolerancing  14. Vise Project - Design Intent / Parametric Modeling  15. Vise Project - Assembly  16. Bicycle Handlebar - 3D Sketch

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Kirstie Plantenberg