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### Session_BasicSketching

Course: MEEG 202, Fall 2008
School: Delaware
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LABORATORY MEEG202 SESSION - SolidWorks Sketching Basic Sketching: Lines and Arcs Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to demonstrate the basic functionality of the SolidWorks software. This includes opening the software, beginning a new drawing, and utilizing basic sketching functions such as creating lines, arcs, and simple extrusions. Opening software: Open the SolidWorks software; this should bring you to a...

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