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SolidWorks - Practise - 2D into 3D Modeling

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Please, look, how it looks this 2d drawing in 3D as a body, watching this video. https://youtu.be/zPW7JUq0t6s Thanks.
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CATIA V5 - 2D into 3D Modeling - Exercise

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Look how it looks this 2d drawing in 3D as a body.
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SOLIDWORKS - Exercise: 2D into 3D Modeling - Part design training -

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Please, look, how it looks this 2d drawing in 3D as a body, watching this video. https://youtu.be/Q8wlGo8aJUo Thanks.
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2D into 3D Modeling - Part design training - Autodesk INVENTOR - Exercise

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Look how it looks this 2d drawing in 3D as a body !
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2D into 3D Modeling - Part design training - SOLIDWORKS - Exercise

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Look how it looks this 2d drawing in 3D as a body !
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2D into 3D Modeling - Part design training - Autodesk INVENTOR - Exercise

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Look how it looks this 2d drawing in 3D as a body !
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Autodesk INVENTOR - Training - Part design

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In this guide are displayed ADESK INVENTOR steps modeling based on technical drawings 2D into 3D modeling.
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Hose Connector - Autodesk INVENTOR - 2D into 3D Modeling - Exercise

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In this guide are displayed Autodesk INVENTOR steps modeling based on technical drawings 2D into 3D modeling. The 2D drawing and 3D model is Hose connector.
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CATIA V5 - 2D into 3D Modeling - Exercise

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In this guide are displayed CATIA V5 steps modeling based on technical drawings 2D into 3D modeling. With especially attention take a look the introduction of the new body which multiply holes, when the standard methods can not be used (mirrors, circular patterns ...).
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Autodesk INVENTOR - VALVE - 2D into 3D Modeling - Revolve - Extrude

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In this guide are displayed Autodesk INVENTOR steps modeling based on technical drawings 2D into 3D modeling. Example of exercise/Part Design training. Basic features: Revolve, Boss-Extrude, Cut-Extrude, Mirror, Hole, Circular Patern, Fillet. Basic entities of the sketches: Line, Circle, Arc, Rectangle. Reference elements: Offset plane.
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SolidWorks - Valve - 2D into 3D Modeling - Exercise

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In this guide are displayed SolidWorks steps modeling based on technical drawings 2D into 3D modeling. Example of exercise/Part Design training. Basic features: Revolve, Boss-Extrude, Cut-Extrude, Mirror, Hole, Circular Patern, Fillet. Basic entities of the sketches: Line, Circle, Arc. Reference elements: Offset plane.
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Autodesk INVENTOR - 2D into 3D Modeling

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In this guide are displayed Autodesk Inventor steps modeling based on technical drawings 2D into 3D modeling. Example of exercise/Part Design training. Basic features: Revolve, Mirror, Hole, Hole with thread, Fillet. Basic entities of the sketches: Line, Circle, Arc, Rectangle Fillet.
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Extruded boss on the sphere - CATIA V5 Exercise - 2D into 3D modeling

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In this guide are displayed CATIA V5 steps that are required for extruded boss/base to the sphere surface and modeling of the overall model based on technical drawings. 2D into 3D solid modeling. Example of exercise. 3D Modeling: Features to be used: Sketch, Shaft, Boss-Extrude, Reference Geometry - Plane, Linear Pattern, Mirror Feature, Mirror Body, Hole, Hole with thread.
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Extruded boss on the sphere - SolidWorks - Exercise - 2D into 3D solid modeling

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In this guide are displayed SolidWorks steps that are required for extruded boss to the sphere surface and modeling of the overall model based on technical drawings. 2D into 3D solid modeling. Example of exercise.
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How to convert 2D BMP images to 3D STLs?

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The basic principle is to take a regular 2D image (in BMP format) and translate the image’s gray shades into a 3D height map (Figures 1 and 2). The two-dimensional array (i.e. color) of each element is interpreted as a height value in order to store information on the height of each point. For example; the white points are flat, the gray points are higher and the black points are the highest. The following steps in this procedure were accomplished using Microsoft® Paint image viewing software and Materialise® Magics STL editing software, and make reference to the menu options in those applications. Other similar software programs may be used to accomplish this procedure.
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SOLIDWORKS for beginner: Sketch 2D

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Here is some pictures from video
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How to model a 3D part with 2D drawing background?

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Is very easy, only you need a file with picture or drawing in format JPG. With the model open in solidworks you must go to: 1.- "Scene, Lights and Cameras" display the bottom "Scenes" then double click in "Background", this open a new dialogue "Edit Scene", then in Background Click in the bottom "Browse" and select the picture or drawing that you want and surprise the picture or drawing is in background of your model. Enjoy it. "LIKE" are welcome.
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Tutorial: How to optimize design using SW Simulation?

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optimize design
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How to work in Fanuc0iT & Swansoft simulator?

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You can read pdf o watch video. In document are a lot of examples of cnc code. For clarity, in work create a program for the real details “Bushing”. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4KuIOTEJUs All material on Ukrainian language (UA)
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Tutorial: Animation in 2D AutoCAD

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scripting in AutoCAD is very interesting! Let me show you the basic level scripting that animate the 2D gears.
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Cross Hair Guide in Inventor 2013

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That is a template that has been made and saved in the template folder.
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AutoCAD Tip for 2D to 3D Conversion

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AutoCAD Tip for 2D to 3D Conversion
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Tutorial - 2D Simplification Static analysis in SolidWorks

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I had used Simulation for Assembly (Double Girder Overhead traveling crane). For contact we just defined the global component set of contacts. At start there were unwanted results. But after changing the geometry the result were as we wanted. :) In case of dynamic we defined initial condition of velocity (.5m/sec) for crab and the load curve (Sine) for 15sec. :P It took 3 hours and the CWR file was about 5.5GB. :P We have the result for displacement, but when we clicked stress, the solidworks got out of memory and crashed. :P
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Tutorial - 2D Simplification Static analysis in SolidWorks

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In dynamic we can define the loading conditions. i.e. Time load curve.
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Tutorial - 2D Simplification Static analysis in SolidWorks

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Tutorial - 2D Simplification Static analysis in SolidWorks
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Tutorial - Solving 2D Truss problem using Mechanical APDL (ANSYS) Part 2?

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In this tutorial we will go through the third step. We will review our results.
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Tutorial - Solving 2D Truss problem using Mechanical APDL (ANSYS) Part 1?

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In general, a finite element solution may be broken into the following three stages. 1. Preprocessing: defining the problem; - Define keypoints/lines/areas/volumes - Define element type and material/geometric properties - Mesh lines/areas/volumes as required 2. Solution: assigning loads, constraints and solving; 3. Postprocessing: - Lists of nodal displacements - Element forces and moments - Deflection plots - Stress contour diagrams In this tutorial we will go through first and seecond step here.
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Tutorial - Solving 2D Truss problem using Mechanical APDL (ANSYS)?

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In general, a finite element solution may be broken into the following three stages. 1. Preprocessing: defining the problem; - Define keypoints/lines/areas/volumes - Define element type and material/geometric properties - Mesh lines/areas/volumes as required 2. Solution: assigning loads, constraints and solving; 3. Postprocessing: - Lists of nodal displacements - Element forces and moments - Deflection plots - Stress contour diagrams We will go through these and solve the problem. I will suggest you to go through this tutorial before solving this problem. http://grabcad.com/questions/tutorial-2d-truss-analysis-in-mechanical-apdl-ansys-part-1
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Tutorial - 2D Truss analysis in Mechanical APDL (ANSYS) Part 2?

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In general, a finite element solution may be broken into the following three stages. 1. Preprocessing: defining the problem; - Define keypoints/lines/areas/volumes - Define element type and material/geometric properties - Mesh lines/areas/volumes as required 2. Solution: assigning loads, constraints and solving; 3. Postprocessing: - Lists of nodal displacements - Element forces and moments - Deflection plots - Stress contour diagrams In this tutorial we will go through second and third step.
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Tutorial - 2D Truss analysis in Mechanical APDL (ANSYS) Part 1?

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In general, a finite element solution may be broken into the following three stages. 1. Preprocessing: defining the problem; - Define keypoints/lines/areas/volumes - Define element type and material/geometric properties - Mesh lines/areas/volumes as required 2. Solution: assigning loads, constraints and solving; 3. Postprocessing: - Lists of nodal displacements - Element forces and moments - Deflection plots - Stress contour diagrams In this tutorial we will go through first step.