Solid works 2019 for Engineers and Designers covers: part design assembly design detailing and drafting blocks sheet metal modeling surface modeling configurations equations library features motion study mold design solid works 2019 for Engineers and Designers textbook introduces the reader to solid works 2019, The world’s leading parametric solid modeling package. In this textbook, the author emphasises on the solid modeling techniques that improves the productivity and efficiency of the users. Also, the chapters are structured in a pedagogical sequence that makes this textbook very effective in learning the features and capabilities of the software. The salient features of the textbook are as follows: tutorial approach: the author has adopted the tutorial point-of-view and the learn-by-doing approach throughout the textbook. This approach guides the user through the process of creating the models in the tutorials. Real-world projects as tutorials: the author has used about 50 real-world Mechanical Engineering projects as tutorials in this book. This enables the readers to relate the tutorials in the book to the real-world models in the Mechanical Engineering industry. In addition, there are about 46 exercises that are also based on the real-world Mechanical Engineering projects. Tips and notes: additional information is provided to the users in the form of tips and notes. Heavily illustrated text: The text in this book is heavily illustrated with about 1200 line diagram and screen capture image. Learning objectives: the first page of every br>Chapter summarises the topics that are covered in it. Self-evaluation test, review questions, and exercises: every br>Chapter ends with a self-evaluation test so that the users can assess their knowledge of the br>Chapter the answer to self-evaluation test are given at the end of the br>Chapter also, review questions and exercises are given at the end of each br>Chapter and they can be used by the instructor as test questions and exercises. Free resources for faculty and students: online technical support by contracting [email protected] all models used in tutorial, exercises, and illustrations.
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