- Creating new drawings
- Using standard, model, and exploded views
- Adding and deleting views
- Creating derived drawing views
- Viewing dimension types and properties
- Adding smart, baseline, and ordinate dimensions
- Creating a title block
Skill Level Beginner
- Welcome to the Solidworks Fundamentals of Drawing course. My name is David Antanavige, CSWE and Solidworks Usergroup Leader. We all know that Solidworks is a powerful tool for the creation of mechanical designs, but at some point we need to take the next step to share these designs with others, most often in the form of drawings. While we have come a long way from the drafting tables of old we still need to be familiar with the functions available to us in Solidworks to best aid in sharing our design intent with fabricators and other designers. Follow me through this course as we learn how to create basic drawings, complex detail views and custom templates to suit our needs. Thanks for joining me and let's get started.
Modeling a Bicycle Frame with SOLIDWORKS 2014with Leon van den Heever42m 34s Intermediate
Modeling a Motorcycle Engine with SOLIDWORKSwith Leon van den Heever1h 49m Intermediate
1. Standard Drawing Views
2. Derived Drawing Views
4. Title Block
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