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    Discussion in 'SolidWorks' started by Rich, Mar 22, 2013.

    1. CPPMable

      CPPMable Well-Known Member

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      Use Solidworks built in tutorials click help and then Solidworks tutorials and they have basic ones available. Get more advance buy a book.
       
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    3. xtremeash1989

      xtremeash1989 New Member

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      thanx for giving me information

      thanx for giving me information...
       
    4. wkillian

      wkillian New Member

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      And when you run out of tutorials built into solidworks you can register on their website. Find the training files. Many parts already built in various areas of expertise, advanced modeling, weldments, sheet metal , ect. Take their built part make a drawing from it then create a new model from that drawing. Then you also have the sample part for a reference. Use the rollback bar to view each operation step by step because yes beginners tend to make models a lot harder then they need to be. Match the materials between both parts and check their mass. If you made your drawing and model correctly the mass's will match! Happy modeling.
       
    5. ss_eagle1

      ss_eagle1 New Member

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      http://www.solidworkslessons.info/

      I've used this myself to help learn some aspects of SolidWorks. These are free tutorials to give you some understanding of the process and interface of using SolidWorks. I hope this helps.
       

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