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  • iForeword

    The main objective of these tutorials is to give you a kick start using SolidWorks. The approach to write this tutorial is based on what is the most important knowledge you should know and what is commonly tool used. You will learn step by step by working on it. These tutorials will teach you the basic skills of using Solidworks in your daily design works. Even this tutorials didnt have full explanations of tools that Solidworks have but dont worry you will master it along the way, as I did.

    If you have any questions about these tutorials, drop your mail tosupport@solidworkstutorials.com

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    Table of contents

    Beginner Part 1: My First Solid 1The big picture how SolidWorks works, it starts with a simple editable sketch. From this sketch a feature build the solid. From this solid it produces drawing...

    Beginner Part 2: Sketching 10Sketch is the base of your part, its a good practice to master sketching in SolidWorks...

    Beginner Part 3: Turning Parts 23Some parts such as pins and shafts can be manufacture by turning process on lathe machine, we can create turning part by revolving it sketch on it axis...

    Beginner Part 4: Hole Wizard 30Hole Wizard is used for creating predefined and standard holes such as counter bore hole, counter sunk hole, screw clearance hole and many more...

    Beginner Part 5: Pattern 40Pattern (or some called array) is used to repeat features in linear arrangement or circular arrangement. Its good to know how to optimize these tool, it help you make your part faster and easier...

    Beginner Part 6: Assembly Parts 60Assembly is a part of design process, it show how all designed parts work together as a single unit...

    Beginner Part 7: Detailing Drawing 80Once solid parts created we need to transfer it to engineering drawing so the others can understand your parts

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    Beginner Part 1: My First Solid

    The big picture how SolidWorks works, it starts with a simple editable sketch. From this sketch a feature build the solid. From this solid it produces drawing... Lets begin your first solid...

    1. Click New , click Part , OK.

    2. Click Front Plane, insert sketch on plane by click Sketch.

    3. Click Sketch , click

    Corner Rectangular . Start first point at origin and click another point at top right side.

    4. Click Smart Dimension , click top edge set dimension to 3in and click right edge set dimension to 2in.

    In this tutorial you will make this bracket, start from sketch and build features.

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    5. To build features, click Extruded Boss/Base , set D1 to

    0.10in and .

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    6. Click on front face of the part, click Normal To.

    7. Click Circle , sketch circle on face

    .

    Click Smart Dimension , click circle edge and set diameter to 0.6in. For circle positioning click circle edge and vertical part edge set to 0.5in. Click circle edge again and click horizontal part edge set to 0.5in.

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    8. Click Extruded Cut , change Direction 1 to Through

    All and .

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    9. Click on front face and select Sketch

    .

    Select Corner Rectangular sketch rectangular from top right edge to center.

    10. Click Smart Dimension , set rectangular dimension to 2in and 1in.

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    Click

    Extruded Cut and select Through All

    and .

    11. Click on front face and select Sketch

    . Click

    Corner Rectangular and sketch rectangular start form bottom left edge to right edge.

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    Click Smart Dimension and set rectangular height to 0.1in.

    12. Click Extruded Boss/Base set Direction 1 to 0.5in

    and . Click Display Style and select Isometric.

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    13. Click Fillet , check Full preview

    add fillet to all edges

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    and

    .

    14. Save the part as Bracket and youre done! Simple isnt it?

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    Beginner Part 2: Sketching

    Sketch is the base of your part, its a good practice to master sketching in SolidWorks...

    1. Click New , click Part , OK.

    2. Click Front Plane, insert sketch on plane by click Sketch.

    3. Click Sketch , click

    Corner Rectangular . Start first point at origin and click another point at top right side.

    4. Click Smart Dimension , click top edge set dimension to 2in and click right edge set dimension to 2in.

    In this tutorial you will make this box, start from sketch and build features. Youll learn how to use sketch tools to build this part.

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    5. To build features, click Features>Extruded Boss/Base

    , set D1 to 0.50in

    and .

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    Beginn