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eBook SolidWorks for Designers Release 2004 ePub

by Sham Tickoo

  • ISBN: 096635379X
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Sham Tickoo
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CADCIM Technologies (October 7, 2003)
  • Pages: 816
  • ePub book: 1763 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1398 kb
  • Other: mobi txt rtf lrf
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 595

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SolidWorks for Designers Release 2004. October 7, 2003, CADCIM Technologies. Paperback in English.

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SOLIDWORKS 2015 for Designers - Sham Tickoo. If you are familiar with the previous releases of this software, you will be able to upgrade your designing skills with this improved release of SOLIDWORKS. SOLIDWORKS, developed by the SOLIDWORKS Corporation, USA, is a feature-based, parametric solid-modeling mechanical design and automation software.

Sham Tickoo is a professor of Manufacturing Engineering Technology at Purdue University Calumet. He has been in the education and training since 1981 and joined Purdue University in the year 1987

Sham Tickoo is a professor of Manufacturing Engineering Technology at Purdue University Calumet. He has been in the education and training since 1981 and joined Purdue University in the year 1987. Since then he has been teaching drafting and design, AutoCAD, AutoLISP, 3ds max, 3ds viz, Mechanical Desktop, Pro/Engineer, Autodesk Inventor, etc. Prof. Tickoo is also one of the best known authors of CAD/CAM books in the world market. He has authored a number of books on the latest CAD/CAM technology.

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SolidWorks for Designers Release 2004 is a textbook written with the tutorial point of view with learn-by-doing as the theme. About 35 mechanical engineering industry examples are used as tutorials in this book and an additional 25 as exercises to ensure that the user can relate his knowledge of this book with the actual mechanical industry designs.

This textbook consists of 13 logically sequenced chapters covering the Part, Assembly, and Drawing modes of SolidWorks 2004. Every chapter begins with a command section that provides detailed explanation of the commands and tools in SolidWorks 2004. The command section is followed by tutorials that are created using these commands. This approach allows the user to use this textbook initially as a learning tool and then later use it as a reference material.

Special graphics are provided on the commands or tools that are new in SolidWorks 2004 or are enhanced in this release. This allows the reader to recognize all the new additions and enhancements in SolidWorks 2004.

The author provides free technical support to all the users of this textbook. The users can contact [email protected] for any technical query they have.

The author provides the following teachings aids free to faculty using this textbook.

· PowerPoint Presentations for every chapter in this textbook. You can easily customize these PowerPoint Presentations based on the requirements of the course you are teaching.

· Instructor’s guide with solutions to all review questions and steps to complete all the exercises.

· Part, Assembly, and Drawing files of all tutorials and exercises used in this textbook.

· Course outline. The course outline clearly indicates which sections are to be taught in the introduction or basic class and which sections are for advanced class. This allows you to easily select the topics to be taught in your course.

· Student projects.

· Class tests that you can use as the "end of the course" tests.

Please contact the author at [email protected] or [email protected] to access all these teaching aids.

Comments

Anayaron Anayaron
I don't usually write reviews, but I decided to do just that after reading the previous unfair comments.
I am a professional mechanical engineer; I currently teach SolidWorks among several CAD applications, I bought this textbook after going through virtually all the available SolidWorks books. This is a textbook designed by a competent professor, it is not one of those simple step-by-step tutorials that guide you blindly through a sequence of steps to complete a project, nor it is a pure theoretical textbook, here you are given a very thorough review of the environment before you are asked to proceed with the tutorials, then you are asked to do review questions and exercises, you are told not only the what to do part, but also the why.
On the other side, it looks like the book was a little rushed, it can use some feed back for minor corrections here and there, it also could have been expanded a little to include the additional chapters that have to be downloaded from the authors' site, the chapters on assembly and drawing could have been expanded a bit more.
All in all I consider this textbook essential for whoever is serious about learning and understanding SolidWorks
Arabella V. Arabella V.
Before spending $69 for a book, I wanted to make sure that this book has the right material that I needed so that I don't have to regret later. So I decided to download the free chapters of this book from [...] I liked the way the chapters were presented and so I decided to buy this book. I must say that this book is extremely well laid out starting from the sketching, then part modeling, assembly, and then detailing and drafting. I am a fully satisfied customer of this book. I just love the way author has presented the material and the depth to which he has covered the topics. I contacted the publisher of this book at [email protected] and received free learning resources that included the part, assembly, and drawing files, solution to exercises and questions, and lot of other material. I think it is a smart decision to first download the free chapters and check whether this is what we want or not. Thanks everyone for letting us do this.
Fordrekelv Fordrekelv
Much like most of you, I was very skeptical about chosing this book. I usually try to base my opinions on previous reviews, however I noticed that some very not very happy with the book. I took the risk and bought it. I am currently in my last semester of Mechanical Engineering technology here in Montreal. The book itself is aimed at people with no previous knowledge of the software to advanced users, as it goes from learning basic 2D sketches from scratch to complex 3D Assemblies. One thing I did not like however is that the author would go on explaining examples in words and lacked some key illustrations in the tutorials. For example he would say Draw a line from the outer arc without specifying which one, meanwhile there are 3 outer arcs. That sort of thing. Some more illustrations would have been helpful. The other thing I found, it is a BIG plus to have previous experience with autocad and / or drafting knowledge. The author automatically assumes you have a certain knowledge such as "what a datum is" and such. However if your patient, things are fairly well explained however there is some repetition. The reader quickly realises that solidworks truly is a powerful program and that possibilities are endless. There are examples at the end of each chapter as well as theory review questions to help out. The examples themselves are quite good, and ALL the material learnt in that chapter goes into them. Now for those of you who haved previously used previous versions of Soliworks, what I liked is that the author would put a note wherever there were new features of 2004. Overall, I was happy with this book, there is a lot of knowledge you can learn for 70$. Keep in mind, I do recommend most of you freshen up on your engineering terms if you've been out of the field for THAT long as it is a big help in understanding key parts of the book. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me on MSN under [email protected] . Hope this helps some of you make your choice.
Modimeena Modimeena
A great door stop. 800 pages plus and still counting. The book is very confusing to the new user. I guess the Advance user would understand the reason why the author shifts from topic to topic without any great clarification. There are numerous tutorials in the book, but I also found numerous mistakes, typos and areas that just ended without any explanations.
I do not think that this book is a step-by-step book. If it is, he missed every other step for a new user. I found more help on the SolidWorks Website.
The author did use a number of figures in the book to illustrate this ideas, but again it was not sufficient for the new user. I have been using SolidWorks for three months, and the books is now sitting on the floor under my desk so it will not take up any value space on my book shelf in my office.
Murn Murn
I don't really care about reviewing the books or writing about them. However, after watching and reading some of the reviews, I am compelled to express my two cents worth of opinion. I think these one and two star reviews are coming from a single source and I have the reasons to believe that the sole purpose of these reviews is to lower the ratings of this book. I have gone through this book and I do not find any major mistakes in it. Being a author myself, you cannot write a textbook that is customized for every reader. You assume the reader has some common sense and some design knowledge to understand how one can use solid modeling as a design tool. I would urge the readers to make their own judgment about this book and not be swayed by some maniacs out there who have no business to be in the design field in the first place. This is a good comprehensive book on SolidWorks and the author has done a great job. I give it 5 stars.