Author Topic: Transition from AutoCAD to SolidWorks  (Read 1858 times)

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Transition from AutoCAD to SolidWorks
« on: May 20, 2008, 12:55:16 PM »
SolidProfessor just released a set of SolidWorks tutorials for people switching out of AutoCAD which I found really helpful. Here are the links:

Introducing the transition between 2D to 3D
http://solidprofessorstore.com/public_samples/01_01.wmv

Introduces SolidWorks behavior and Design Intent
http://solidprofessorstore.com/public_samples/01_02.wmv

Explains how to import a .dwg or .dxf file
http://solidprofessorstore.com/public_samples/01_03.wmv

Gives an overview of the DWGeditor
http://solidprofessorstore.com/public_samples/01_04.wmv

Explains how to import a .dwg file into a SolidWorks drawing
http://solidprofessorstore.com/public_samples/01_05.wmv

Explains how to import to a SolidWorks drawing as an embedded dwg format
http://solidprofessorstore.com/public_samples/01_06.wmv

Explains how to import a dwg file into a 3D model
http://solidprofessorstore.com/public_samples/01_07.wmv

Explains how to align and orient imported sketches
http://solidprofessorstore.com/public_samples/01_08.wmv

Please visit their website: www.solidprofessor.com