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An Introduction to Engineering Design with SolidWorks Teacher Guide and its supporting materials are designed to assist you in teaching SolidWorks in an academic setting. An Introduction to Engineering Design with SolidWorks Teacher Guide offers a competencybased approach to teaching 3D design concepts and techniques. This guide divided into 11 lessons : Introduction v Lesson 1: Using the Interface 1 Lesson 2: Basic Functionality 17 Lesson 3: The 40-Minute Running Start 47 Lesson 4: Assembly Basics 65 Lesson 5: Toolbox Basics 95 Lesson 6: Drawing Basics 117 Lesson 7: eDrawing Basics 145 Lesson 8: Design Tables 167 Lesson 9: Revolve and Sweep Features 191 Lesson 10: Loft Features 215 Lesson 11: Visualization 233 Glossary 255. Each lesson in An Introduction to Engineering Design with SolidWorks Teacher Guide has corresponding pages in the Student Workbook (available as PDFs from the Design Library tab on the Task Pane). An Introduction to Engineering Design with SolidWorks Teacher Guide is annotated with discussion points, suggestions for class demonstrations, and explanatory information related to the exercises and projects. Also included in An Introduction to Engineering Design with SolidWorks Teacher Guide are answer keys for assessments, worksheets, and quizzes. Before Presenting the Lectures Verify that the SolidWorks software is loaded and running on your classroom/lab computers in accordance with your SolidWorks license. Download and unzip the files from the Educator Resources link. Print copies of An Introduction to Engineering Design with SolidWorks Student Workbook for each student. Work through each of the labs yourself. This is not only to verify that you understand how they work, but to explore. Often there are different ways to accomplish a task. SolidWorks supports both metric and English units. Demonstrate the software conversion from metric to English units.
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