Anyone help me? I need drawings, especial assembly, to practice?
have u tried here: Google
The SWX tutorials should be your starting point.
For parts I would recommend Model Mania. For assemblies, go to grab cad, find a assembly and try to do it. Otherwise look for anything that has more than one part in your house and try model that.
Hello Jean, so Model Mania is great site. How I use it, I have no idea; I really appreciate if you direct me.
Hemantkumar Patel wrote: Hello Jean, so Model Mania is great site. How I use it, I have no idea; I really appreciate if you direct me.
Hemantkumar Patel wrote:
There are video's on the web where the start to finish model is made. Just follow along and try to do what they do.
Nice part about video's are you can stop, back up and watch again and practice each segment.
thank you Rick.
Kevin Chandler's link has the two Phases of each part since 2000 and the video to solve each one.
A little more detail of what you want / need would help us help you.
Are you looking for proper methods / good practice methods of how to draw or dimension?
Many companies have there own methods for detailing but they are all similar.
Some use GD&T, some don't.
You should be able to understand and reproduce any drawing you see - and understand why they are dimensioned they way they are.
"Linked-in learning" or "Lynda.com" (or may be spelled Linda) - if you have a pro account or you can access the learning. If you don't, you may be able to get a trial period.
"Solid Professor" is another and there are more.
SolidWorks gives you access to some training if you are on subscription - look on the Solidworks.com web site.
There are good training videos / lessons there that show you different methods.
There are a few authors on grab cad who post tons of Fantastic machining drawings of parts. I like to do them when I get bored or rusty.
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