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Part I: SolidWorks Basics.
Chapter 1: Introducing SolidWorks.
Chapter 2: Navigating the SolidWorks Interface.
Chapter 3: Working with Sketches.
Chapter 4: Creating Simple Parts, Assemblies, and Drawings.
Chapter 5: Using Visualization Techniques.
Part II: Building Intelligence into Your Parts.
Chapter 6: Getting More from Your Sketches.
Chapter 7: Selecting Features.
Chapter 8: Patterning and Mirroring.
Chapter 9: Using Equations.
Chapter 10: Working with Part Configurations.
Chapter 11: Editing and Evaluation.
Part III: Working with Assemblies.
Chapter 12: Building Efficient Assemblies.
Chapter 13: Getting More from Mates.
Chapter 14: Assembly Configurations and Display States.
Chapter 15: Component Patterns.
Chapter 16: Modeling in Context.
Part IV: Creating and Using Libraries.
Chapter 17: Using Hole Wizard and Toolbox.
Chapter 18: Working with Library Features.
Chapter 19: Using Smart Components.
Part V: Creating Drawings.
Chapter 20: Automating Drawings: The Basics.
Chapter 21: Working with Drawing Views.
Chapter 22: Using Annotations and Symbols.
Chapter 23: Dimensioning and Tolerancing.
Chapter 24: Working with Tables and Drawings.
Chapter 25: Using Layers, Line Fonts, and Colors.
Part VI: Using Advanced Techniques.
Chapter 26: Modeling Multi-bodies.
Chapter 27: Working with Surfaces.
Chapter 28: Master Model Techniques.
Part VII: Working with Specialized Functionality.
Chapter 29: Using the Base Flange Method for Sheet Metal Parts.
Chapter 30: Using the Insert Bends Method for Sheet Metal Parts.
Chapter 31: Using Weldments.
Chapter 32: Using Plastic Features and Mold Tools.
Chapter 33: Animating with MotionManager.
Part VIII: Appendixes.
Appendix A: Implementing SolidWorks.
Appendix B: Tools, Options.
Appendix C: What’s on the CD-ROM.
Matt Lombard has produced an informative, well-written guide to the features and functions of Solidworks and offers tips and suggestions from a user's point of view. As a daily Solidworks user for 13 years, I may not agree with every one of his comments but I still picked up some new ideas from this book. While the content is excellent, it is printed in black and white, making many screen shots difficult to understand.
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