Learning SolidWorks

ISBN-10: 0131409743

ISBN-13: 9780131409743

Edition: 2nd 2004 (Revised)

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For courses where SolidWorks is used. Basing its instruction on the design of a pizza cutter, this text walks you through techniques in modeling, assembly, and creation of working drawings moving from basic to more advanced design techniques. The text is heavily illustrated with screen captures and sample drawings and includes end-of-chapter modeling problems for further practice.
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Book details

List price: $110.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 5/14/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 8.00" wide x 9.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

Preface
Solids Modeling with SolidWorks
Constraint-Based Solids Modeling
The Nature of Solids Modeling
Getting Started in SolidWorks
Introduction and Reference
Starting SolidWorks
Checking the Options Settings
Getting Help
Modeling the Guard
Creating a New Part
Sketching
Dimensioning the Sketch
Changing the Values of the Dimensions
Adding Fillets to a Sketch
Extruding the Cross Section
Viewing the Guard
Cutting a Hole in the Guard
Creating Rounds on the Corners
Modeling the Arm
Creating a New Part and a New Sketch
Sketching the Lines
Dimensioning the Sketch
Adding a Relation
Extruding the Arm
Rounding the End of the Arm
Adding Chamfers to the End of the Arm
Adding a Hole in the Arm
Modeling the Blade
Sketching the Blade
Extruding the Sketch
Adding a Chamfer to Form the Edge of the Blade
Mirroring a Feature
Changing the Definition of the Extrusion
Modeling Parts in SolidWorks: Revolves
Modeling the Cap
Sketching the Cap
Adding a Centerline
Revolving the Sketch
Modeling the Handle
Sketching the Base Feature of the Handle
Revolving the Cross Section
Sketching and Cutting a Single Groove
Modeling More Grooves: Inserting a Linear Pattern
Modeling the Rectangular Hole
Modeling the Circular Hole
Adding the Finishing Touches to the Handle
Changing the Color of the Handle
Modeling the Rivet
Creating Arcs
Drawing the Rest of the Sketch
Revolving the Sketch
Reopening the Sketch and Adding Dimensions
Rounding the Bottom of the Rivet
Modeling an Assembly: The Pizza Cutter
Modeling the Cutter Sub-Assembly
Creating a New Assembly Document
Bringing the Rivet into the Sub-Assembly
Bringing the Arm into the Assembly and Orienting It
Adding a Concentric Mate
Adding a Coincident Mate
Assembling the Blade
Assembling the Second Arm
Adding a Parallel Mate
Modeling the Pizza Cutter Assembly
Creating a New Assembly and Inserting the Handle
Assembling the Cap
Assembling the Guard
Hiding an Object
Inserting the Sub-Assembly into the Assembly
Showing the Guard and Finishing the Assembly
Checking the Assembly for Interference
Checking for Interference Volumes
Opening a Sketch Within the Guard
Creating the Rectangular Hole
Adding Equations to Dimensions
Rebuilding the Pizza Cutter Assembly with the New Guard
Creating an Exploded View of the Assembly
Exploding the Cutter Sub-Assembly from the Handle
Exploding an Arm
Exploding the Other Components
Creating Working Drawings
Detail Drawings in SolidWorks
Editing a Drawing Sheet Format
Creating a New Drawing Document
Checking the Options Settings
The Drawing Environment
Modifying the Format's Text
Modifying the Lines of the Sheet Format
Creating a Drawing of the Arm
Placing Orthographic Views
Adding a Named View
Adjusting the Views on the Sheet
Adding Dimensions to Orthographic Views
Modifying a Dimension's Text
Specifying Tolerances
Changing Dimensions in Both the Drawing and the Part
Creating a Drawing of the Pizza Cutter Assembly
Setting Up the Pizza Cutter Drawing
Adding Orthographic and Isometric Views to the Drawing
Adding a Section View
Adding a Detail View
Adding Numbers to the Components of the Assembly
Adding a Bill of Materials
Modeling the Handle as a Plastic Injection-Molded Part
The Design of the Plastic Injection-Molded Handle
Shelling the Handle and Adding Assembly Holes
Creating a New Part From the Existing Handle
Cutting the Solid Handle in Half
Shelling the Handle
Removing the Rectangular-Cut Feature
Rolling Back the Model
Creating a Plane
Modeling the Counterbores
Modeling the Through Holes
Modeling the Tap Holes Using the Simple Hole Feature
Reverting to the Shelled Model
Adding Ribs to the Handle
Creating the First Rib
Creating the Sketch of the Lower Ribs
Creating the Lower Ribs
Creating a Rib with Draft
Adding Sweeps to the Handle
Creating the Boss Sweep Path
Creating the Boss Sweep Profile
Creating the Boss Sweep Feature
Creating the Cut Sweep Path
Creating the Cut Sweep Profile
Adding the Rectangular Hole
Using SmartMates to Assemble the Handle Halves
Setting Up the Assembly Document
Changing the Color of the Second Shelled Handle
Creating a Coincident Mate Using SmartMates
Adding the Concentric Mates
Finishing the Handle Assembly
Redesigning the Handle
Creating the Handle's Base Feature Using a Loft
Setting Up the Document and Customizing the Interface
Creating the First Profile Sketch
Creating the Second Profile Sketch
Creating the First Guide Curve Using a Spline
Constraining the Spline
Creating the Second Guide Curve
Creating the Loft Feature
Modeling the Rounded End Using a Dome Feature
Modeling the Circular Hole
Creating the Flanged End Using a Surface
Creating a Radiated Surface
Knitting Two Surfaces
Thickening the Knitted Surface
Filleting the Thickened Surface
The Measure Tool
Adding a Large Fillet between the Loft and the Flange
The Mass Properties Dialog Box
Creating a Configuration of the Handle with Engraved Text
Adding a Configuration to the Model of the Handle
Creating the Text Sketch
Engraving the Text into the Handle
Changing the Color of the Cut-Extrude Feature
Modifying a Configuration Dimension
Assembling the Handle and Cutter Sub-Assembly
Setting up the Assembly Document
Mating the Cutter Sub-Assembly with the Handle
Modeling the Rectangular Hole Using the Cavity Feature
Changing the Handle's Configuration in the Assembly Document
Index
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