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  • Create GROOVE & LIP in pairs Product
    on Sep 26, 2012 in Split Revolved Boss Groove-Lip
    See you again in theĀ  Solidworks Tutorial. Long we did not do an update. Hopefully, all readers can apply the Solidworks program is well. This time I want to raise the topic of how to make the LIP and GROOVE. If you do not know what a lip and groove...
  • Create Conveyor Belt from Sketch of Rolls Assembly
    on Feb 29, 2012 in Assembly Conveyor
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  • How To Draw a Nut in a Fully Define Sketch
    on Nov 16, 2011 in Cut Sweep Nut
    In a previous post, I have made a model of how to draw a Nut. This time I will make another model with some improvements, the most prominent of which is to make a sketch to fully define sketch. This can be easily sketch the outline color from blue to...
  • How To Draw a Nut (with Fully Define Sketch)
    on Nov 13, 2011 in Cut Sweep Nut
    In a previous post, I have made a model of how to draw a Nut. This time I will make another model with some improvements, the most prominent of which is to make a sketch to fully define sketch. This can be easily sketch the outline color from blue to...
  • How To Draw a Nut in a Fully Define Sketch)
    on Nov 13, 2011 in Cut Sweep Nut
    In a previous post, I have made a model of how to draw a Nut. This time I will make another model with some improvements, the most prominent of which is to make a sketch to fully define sketch. This can be easily sketch the outline color from blue to...
  • Tips & Tricks
    on Oct 19, 2011 in tips - tricks
    SOME USEFUL TIPS WHILE WORKING WITH SOLIDWORKS 1. Try using the 3 default planes as max as possible. 2. Select the proper plane to begin your sketch. 3. Use mouse right click option to select the commands in ease manner, like select from the drop dow...
  • Create Hole Wizard with Polygon Sketch at Flange Model
    on Oct 5, 2011 in Hole Wizard Revolved Boss Flange
    How have you been getting accustomed to using Solidworks? I hope so. In this paper I want to show you about the Hole Wizard command. You can create these types of Hole Wizard holes:  Counterbore  Countersink  Hole  Straight Tap &n...
  • Create a Handle by Offsetting a Sketch from the Front Planar
    on Sep 27, 2011 in extrude. shell
    Dipper of water that I often wear when bathing is very interesting for model made its 3D image. There are two parts that can be aggregated before we start drawing, the water container and the handle. Although simple but it never hurts for us to try t...
  • Create a handle by offsetting a sketch from the front planar
    on Sep 24, 2011 in extrude. shell
    Dipper of water that I often wear when bathing is very interesting for model made its 3D image. There are two parts that can be aggregated before we start drawing, the water container and the handle. Although simple but it never hurts for us to try t...
  • Create a Section View
    on Sep 16, 2011 in section view drawing
    In this tutorial, I try to create a Section View in a drawing by cutting the parent view with a section line.To create a section view: Open your part drawing that you want to create section view. From File Menu choose Make Drawing From Part/Assembly.
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