Text Teaches Solid Modeler

May 11, 2006
Doctor Walt's SolidWorks 2006 Workbook by Walter Silva combines an easy-reading style and clear screen captures with dozens of practical examples to streamline learning the software.

Hundreds of illustrations of part modeling, assemblies, and drawings help users increase productivity. The 8.5 X 11-in. book is 434 pages long and comes in color and black-and-white versions.

Conceptual Product Development Inc., 175 Fairfield Ave, Unit 4A, West Caldwell, NJ 07006, (973) 364-1120, docwalt.com

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