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Introduction to Solid Modeling Using SolidWorks 2011 Paperback – May 13 2011


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Free boogers with purchase Oct. 2 2013
By andrew - Published on Amazon.com
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There was a booger stuck between two pages in chapter one, but other than that the book was adequately satisfactory.
Great book June 25 2013
By Chaz Keller - Published on Amazon.com
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This book gives you a step by step look at how to use Solid Works, complete with pictures and accurate descriptions. You don't even really need a professor to help teach you with this.
Great text for beginners Jan. 7 2013
By Academics - Published on Amazon.com
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Really helpful book for those wanting to learn Solid Works. Tells you in a step by step process that's clear and precise.
Better than most... Sept. 13 2012
By Tom Terrific - Published on Amazon.com
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Solidworks is a good product that is let down by several faults; there are multiple versions, which are released on an undetermined schedule in fairly rapid order. As a result quite a bit of the printed media might not pertain to the version that you are using. A lot of the existing material out there was written by academics with little practical experience, i.e. I do not produce "widgets", I draw steel connections, gears, etc. ...the real world! "Introduction to Solid Modeling" at least has real world tutorials of a product that one make actually need to draw, a significant improvement. Additionally, there are no assumption's that you already know how to do that, every step is concisely detailed. Worth the purchase price.
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for class Nov. 27 2012
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i bought this for class and its great. it dummy proof without being condescending to the readers. i kept it because i could always learn more. its good to have if you work with solid works regularly


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