I have come across issue in finding mass of given component

I have tried a lot but end up with 8884.83 grams weight (answer 8992.25 grams ) may be i am making mistake but cannot find where?

I have come across issue in finding mass of given component

I have tried a lot but end up with 8884.83 grams weight (answer 8992.25 grams ) may be i am making mistake but cannot find where?

It's considered not kosher to post actual exam content in the forum.

Try to formulate your post w/o the restricted content.

Kevin

Try modeling your part with a different set of steps and see if you arrive at the same answer. There are usually several different ways to model an item in SW. Also, watch your material, units, fillets, and all the other small details. The small stuff is what usually gets missed or making an assumption that turns out to be false. There are also lots of practice tests on the web for the CSWA. If you pass those, the CSWA should be a breeze.

I've removed the attachment from your post since you shouldn't reveal details of the exam or models publicly. Please refrain from doing so in the future. When these issues come up, they are almost always a case of the individual improperly modeling the geometry or mis-reading the given information in the test. You might want to compare your two models to see what error you made in your first one (but again, don't share it here; that would be for your own learning benefit).

Thanks,

Jim

Try modeling your part with a different set of steps and see if you arrive at the same answer. There are usually several different ways to model an item in SW. Also, watch your material, units, fillets, and all the other small details. The small stuff is what usually gets missed or making an assumption that turns out to be false. There are also lots of practice tests on the web for the CSWA. If you pass those, the CSWA should be a breeze.