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pls tell me a webiste for practice or tell me a book for preapring
It is modified forms of the parts
But it would take too long.
The main parts these.Attachments
Shock_Housing.SLDPRT, 133 KB
DownloadPiston.SLDPRT, 127 KB
DownloadKnuckle.SLDPRT, 327 KB
DownloadBase_B.SLDPRT, 285 KB
DownloadArm_Upper.SLDPRT, 185 KB
DownloadArm_Mount.SLDPRT, 392 KB
DownloadArm_Lower.SLDPRT, 262 KB
DownloadWize22A_3_4.SLDPRT, 1.14 MB
DownloadPivot.SLDPRT, 195 KB
Downloadpiston.SLDPRT, 115 KB
DownloadHousing.SLDPRT, 157 KB
DownloadDamper.SLDASM, 139 KB
DownloadBracket.SLDPRT, 458 KB
DownloadBase_B.SLDPRT, 197 KB
DownloadArm_slot.SLDPRT, 143 KB
DownloadWize2B_Shell_3.SLDPRT, 203 KB
DownloadWize2A_5.SLDPRT, 581 KB
DownloadsAt1Q4Test.SLDPRT, 584 KB
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Thanks for uploading this! Very useful! Could you also upload the answer key, so that I can double-check my work?
Thanks in advance!
SolidWize CSWP Practice Exam 2 Solutions
Attachments
SolidWize CSWP Sample Exam 2 Segment 3.pdf, 1.64 MB
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Exam 2 Segment 3 Assembly file
Attachments
spindle.SLDPRT, 173 KB
DownloadShock.SLDASM, 150 KB
DownloadEX2Sec3Complete.SLDASM, 347 KB
DownloadShock_Housing.SLDPRT, 133 KB
DownloadPiston.SLDPRT, 127 KB
DownloadBase_B.SLDPRT, 285 KB
DownloadKnuckle.SLDPRT, 327 KB
DownloadArm_Upper.SLDPRT, 185 KB
DownloadArm_Mount.SLDPRT, 392 KB
DownloadArm_Lower.SLDPRT, 262 KB
DownloadEX2Sec3Complete.SLDASM, 347 KB
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I got a question guys. Let´s say that I made a model frome the Segment 1 of the exam. The mass of my piece is 10032.89 and the closest option on the exam is 10033. I would say that this option is the correct one, right?
But the next question is an open question! (is about to modify this piece with some new measurements) I remember that in CSwA you have to type the mass with the keyboard with no options to choose. Does this open question have a margin of error? Thanks guys
Dear Altug Tuncel,
Thanks for your help.
Could you please upload all the SolidWorks files? For example the Damper file is not correct for the first sample exam.
same, would be nice if some1 had the solutions, otherwise this is good stuff right here
Thanks a lot, Altug. It is very helpful, the exams are not difficult when you know what to expect.
The author of this thread didn't upload the parts for Exam 1 segment 2
I attach all parts, including missing parts for this segment
Please comment if you get the same results for Exam1 Segment2:
1) C
2) 550.64 g
3) C
4) 862.91 g
5) 1040.58 g
6) 143.51 g
7) 171.64 g
8) 138.78 g
9) 135.86 gAttachments
_Original parts.rar, 4.58 MB
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Hello Valdes & Samuel
these are the results I've got
1) C
2) 550.64
3) C
4) 862.91
5) 1202.75
6) 143.51
7) 171.64
8) 138.78
9) 135.96p.s. Valdes can you recheck your work for no. 5? because the difference of it in my result is large and I'm very confuse about it.I didn't know what I've done wrong.
to Samuel I think the your no. 5 is the volume not the mass.
Thanks for sharing your results!!!
Hi VALDAS ADAMKUS
i've done it, and for me it's
1) C
2) 550.64
3) C
4) 862.91
5) 135140.15
6) 143.51
7) 171.64
8) 138.78
9) 135.91
when i look to yours results, we have two answer differets( 5 & 9)
but for they other, i can ensure you that you are right.
This is my result, I also have 1202.75 for question 5. I checked and it's very likely that he forgot to change material from Alloy steel to Copper:
1. 4 C
2. 550.64
3. 1438.90 C
4. 862.91
5. 1202.75
6. 143.51
7. 171.64
8. 138.78
9. 135.96
HI here is my files.
the result that i've got for the saple exam 1 segment 1 in question 1 is 806.74
it's close the the answer B but it is not the exact result
someone can help me ???Attachments
CSWP PRT1.SLDPRT, 181 KB
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@Altug Tuncel
Can you upload practice files ? that contain the parts in the exams
Hey guys a little note to be confirmed: I did my cswp exam with solid 2016 but preparation on 2014 (because at home I've got this one). A lot of time wasted cause 2016 does not accept equation without "..." in table. Finally I did not pass exam because I did not expect this syntax error: Y= 1.5*B+10 an spent a lot tryin to fix it.
In 2014 version It was accepted but 2016 need Y=1.5* "B" + 10
the same in mini quote manager it need "..." to link a global variable. Do you confirm it all?
Thanks for the heads up. I was training for this a while back and struggled to get the right answer. I will have another go soon and bare the "_" in mind.
CSWP sample exam 1 segment 1: I have got the following results:
1) B
2) 1029.07 g
3) D
4) C
5) 644.09 gPlease comment if you have got the same results, because I don't see the correct answers published
hi
can you please upload you flies ??
because have done the saple exam1 segment 1, but my result is close to the answer b, but not the exat result.
i've got 806.74g
nut my part is complet
CSWP Sample Exam 2 (2012)
Segment 3 of the CSWP CoreI have got the following results:
1) 3511.63 grams
2) A
3) X = 96.10 Y = 28.98 Z = -30.00
4) X = 91.22 Y = 29.61 Z = -30.00
5) 11.84°
6) 117.32 grams
7) C
8) B
9) ALL PARTS HAVE INTERFERENCE
10) X = 77.28 Y = 43.63 Z = -30.00
11) X = 104.28 Y = 37.83 Z = -54.23Please comment if you have got the same results, Thanks!
Hello guys I got these following results for CSWP Segment 3 Sample Exam 2 (2012)
1) 3444.87 grams
2) A3) X = 96.04349920
Y = 29.24179768
Z = -29.999997754) X = 91.09063291
Y = 29.87339165
Z = -29.999997835) 11.83deg
6) 117.32 grams
7) C
8) B
9) ALL except base & arm_mount10) X = 76.97859776
Y = 44.04081524
Z = -29.9999981011) X = 104.28173534
Y = 37.82499534
Z = -54.23023133
Hi khit, I have a different mass for question 1. I've checked through my dimensions, nothing seems different from the question, hmm. Question 9 also.
CSWP Exam 2 Segment 3
1: 3444.87 grams
2: Center of mass: ( millimeters )
X = 95.68
Y = 12.77
Z = -30.00
a)
3: Center of mass: ( millimeters )
X = 96.04
Y = 29.24
Z = -30.00
4: Center of mass: ( millimeters )
X = 91.09
Y = 29.87
Z = -30.00
5: 11.84 degree
6: 117.32 grams
7: Mass = 358.19 grams
c)
8: Center of mass: ( millimeters )
X = 79.20
Y = 42.03
Z = -30.00
b)
9: Arm upper
Arm lower
shock housing
piston
knuckle
10: Center of mass: ( millimeters )
X = 78.94
Y = 43.41
Z = -30.00
11: Center of mass: ( millimeters )
X = 103.65
Y = 37.90
Z = -51.94
Hi raja chandram
you'll have the same questions, but with differents model parts.
Hey Altug Tuncel do you happen to have to answer keys for the sample exams?
Thanks