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eBook Graphics Concepts with SolidWorks 2000 ePub

by Michael Minbiole,Richard M. Lueptow

  • ISBN: 0130141550
  • Category: Programming
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: Michael Minbiole,Richard M. Lueptow
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pearson Education; 1st edition (December 15, 2000)
  • Pages: 250
  • ePub book: 1657 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1971 kb
  • Other: txt lrf lrf lit
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 259

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Richard M Lueptow (Author), Michael Minbiole (Author). I purchased this book expecting that it offered practical insights into SolidWorks functionality, as I was a neophyte user at that time and was hungry for a good reference work

Richard M Lueptow (Author), Michael Minbiole (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0131409156. I purchased this book expecting that it offered practical insights into SolidWorks functionality, as I was a neophyte user at that time and was hungry for a good reference work. However, the first third of the book covered very basic and generic drafting technique, from the importance of visual thinking to GD&T. These are the sort of things drafting students learn in their first year of college, and I was already very familiar with all these concepts due to my years of experience as a mechanical designer.

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Michael Minbiole studied mechanical engineering at Northwestern University and works at Northrop Grumman's Electronic Sensors and Systems Sector. He thanks Rich Lueptow for the opportunity to work with him on this project. He thanks his parents, Patti and Paul, for their unwavering support and love.

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Comments

Madis Madis
The product was just as it was described and came very quickly. I was pleased with everything about the product but wished it would of came with the Solidworks trial period. Some of the books include a product key for a 60 day trial which is great to use when following along with the book.
Steel_Blade Steel_Blade
I purchased this book expecting that it offered practical insights into SolidWorks functionality, as I was a neophyte user at that time and was hungry for a good reference work. However, the first third of the book covered very basic and generic drafting technique, from the importance of visual thinking to GD&T. These are the sort of things drafting students learn in their first year of college, and I was already very familiar with all these concepts due to my years of experience as a mechanical designer. If you are a recent graduate of a drafting program and have just begun using SolidWorks, this would be a useful book, and it's mainly for this reason that I gave it three stars. If you have any experience working in the industry, there are probably better aftermarket manuals available for the serious SolidWorks user.