I was tried youtube and mysolidworks professional still I am looking for something to learn this better
Routing is complex, more complex than its marketed apparent ease or even tutorials can show. Most experienced users will urge a novice to get training in regular SWx, and that user can stubbornly get by with help, tutorials, videos, and this very forum.
However, I believe that you cannot do professional work in SWx Routing without experiencing a small class with an experienced instructor that can answer your questions of how you will use this for your purposes, beyond presented examples. Videos, especially random unassociated ones without context, that show someone working with a fully developed component library just leave you hanging to implement this yourself. Unless you're only using the same canned components available for download that were used in tutorials, you really need to know how to develop a specification stably.
Pay for a class from your VAR. Travel to another VAR if there is a more experienced routing instructor there.
Also, if you go to a class and ask no questions, you have not understood my advice. Fully get what you paid for fully. It's not the book and its exercises.
You have the correct library from Solidworks? I will share with you my personal library and some template if you need. I send you something for you.
2017 SOLIDWORKS Help - Pipes and Tubes Routes
SOLIDWORKS: Piping and Routing
thanks buddy if you hav Lynda videos please send me
They don't free I suppose, try fo find any as you need from Google take as base ASTM/TEMA/ASME codes, they gives you a complete idea of what you need to be clear.
When I started on piping I take a trainning on ASME code (not free) try to search on the net, you could found the complete ASME code.
Routing is easy to learn....but when you need to aply a trunnion a lyra or anything else and why you must to use this ones...you need to undertand why.
Go to mysolidworks and acces The ecourses. You have there a routing ecourse
its not opening proper when go with fundamentals of routing..
Tutorial in Solidworks?
I just went through that yesterday on pipe routing.
Is it any good these days or does it still leave you with more questions than answers ?
Take what Tom wrote to hart. He made some very good points and clearly knows the up hill struggle that it can be to be proficient in routing let alone mastering it.
I agreed Tom whatever you said. But other VARs will help us this learning process.we are new partners at age of 6 months.. I am here in a 2 month as a AE
Probably not good.
The tutorial didn't work well. The sample files was setup wrong, feature was suppressed and didn't work. Tutorial instruction was incorrect.
Those things I mentioned earlier.. I am pretty new for this routing .. I learned myself Revit MEP using LYNDA essential Training.. but still I am looking something..
Practice and read a lot of Peter De Vlieger threads as this will teach you what works and what does not.
Cheers Dave, flattery will get you everywhere.
You tell the truth though. Not having had a truly experienced instructor with piping experience meant that we got taught the basics which glosses over mandatory designtable requirements and all that jazz.
This meant that my colleague's and me had to doctor things out as we went. I learned the hard way what works and what not. So yes, Senthil read some of my threads on routing will teach you what doesn't work or where problems exist or where the help files / manual fails.
In short, learn from my experience = my failures.
some what its help me through my learning process.. Did you have lynda videos for routing..
Had to look up what Lynda videos are, so no I didn't.
If with Lynda videos you mean www.lynda.com then all I can find concerning Routing is
which is the very basic of how SW thinks you should do piping and how to use the Routing module.
It doesn't look they cover in enough detail the actual nitty-gritty of it all.
Never asked but do want to learn it for piping, tubing or electrical wiring? And what is your background in that field?
As a Asst Technical Manger.. In my team I was the only person in Technical..
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