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SolidWorks Fundamentals

What is the SolidWorks application?

The SolidWorks® application is mechanical design automation software that takes advantage of the familiar Microsoft® Windows® graphical user interface.

This easy-to-learn tool makes it possible for mechanical designers to quickly sketch ideas, experiment with features and dimensions, and produce models and detailed drawings.

This chapter discusses some basic concepts and terminology used throughout the SolidWorks software. It provides an overview of the following topics:



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