SolidWorks is computer-aided design (CAD) software owned by Dassault Systèmes. It uses the principle of parametric design and generates three kinds of interconnected files: the part, the assembly, and the drawing. Therefore, any modification to one of these three files will be reflected in the other two. Solidworks helps you perform 2D and 3D modelling, and this CAD software is known for its ease-of-use and intuitiveness.
SolidWorks software enables you to:
Design very precise 3D objects
Double-check your file’s design
Maintain a library of your 3D filescreate 2D drawings
Create images and animations of your 3D objects
Estimate the manufacturing cost of your 3D objects
– Upon successful completion of this book, you will be able to:
*know that how These tutorials present SolidWorks functionality in an example-based learning format.
Read the Conventions information.
If you are new to the SolidWorks software, familiarize yourself with the tutorials in Getting Started First. For examples of What’s New in SolidWorks for this release, see What’s New Examples.
All other tutorials can be completed in any order.