Sunday, April 22, 2018

Part and Assembly Modeling with SOLIDWORKS 2015 By Huei-Huang Lee

 Part and Assembly Modeling with SOLIDWORKS 2015 By Huei-Huang Lee
Use of This Book This workbook is an introductory tutorial to geometric modelings using SOLIDWORKS 2015. It is not intended to be a comprehensive guide to parts and assembly modelings. It is prepared mainly for those students who have no experience in SOLIDWORKS geometric modeling, but want to acquire some. I provide this workbook to the students in my classroom and require them to complete the exercises in 3-4 weeks, to make them feel more comfortable when working on advanced capabilities of SOLIDWORKS, such as Simulation, Motion.
The webpage contains links to following resources: (a) videos that demonstrate the steps of each section in this book, and (b) the finished SOLIDWORKS files of each section. (c) This book, in PDF format. As for the finished files, if everything works smoothly, you may not need them at all. Every  model can be built from scratch by following the steps in the book. I provide these files just in case you need them. For example, when you run into trouble and you don't want to redo it from the beginning, you may find these files useful. Or you may happen to have trouble following the steps in the book, you can then look up the details in these files. Notations Chapters and sections are numbered in a traditional way. Each section is further divided into subsections. For example,the first subsection of the second section of Chapter 3 is denoted as "3.2-1." Textboxes in a subsection are  ordered with numbers, each of which is enclosed by a pair of square brackets (e.g., [4]). We refer to that textbox as "3.2-1[4]." When referring to a textbox from the same subsection, we drop the subsection identifier. For example, we simply write "[4]." Notations used in this book are summarized as follows (for further illustration, see page 4.
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