Cincinnati, OH, March 27, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Sheet Metal Guy, LLC today announced new promotional pricing for its SolidWorks for the Sheet Metal Guy books. The best selling series of sheet metal books for SolidWorks provides self-paced training with easy to follow, step-by-step instructions on how to use the sheet metal capabilities of SolidWorks.
"I am impressed by the content and the layout of the books," said a reader from Australia. Another reader said, "I'm working through Course 1: Part Creation ... very impressive! Very well written and complete. Good step-by-step instruction an graphics."
In addition, the upcoming SolidWorks Express will include an offer to save an additional $25 USD when you purchase all three SolidWorks for the Sheet Metal Guy books. But you don't have to wait for the newsletter to get the discount. Just go to the website www.SheetMetalGuy.com and enter the coupon code as shown there.
SolidWorks for the Sheet Metal Guy is a three book series teaching the reader how to model sheet metal parts in SolidWorks. Course 1: Part Creation demonstrates how to create real life sheet metal parts utilizing the basic command features provided in the SolidWorks Sheet Metal toolbar. Course 2: Hole Patterns and Notches explores numerous methods to create and store commonly used punching and forming shapes and patterns and dimension them parametrically. Course 3: Unfolding introduces bend tables and gauge tables, showing flat pattern design and manufacturing preparation.
About Sheet Metal Guy, LLC
Sheet Metal Guy, LLC, located in Cincinnati, OH, was formed to help increase the productivity of designers and manufacturers through education. As a publisher of books and other materials, the company's primary focus is to provide high quality, cost effective training for the design and manufacture of sheet metal parts and assemblies. Sheet Metal Guy, LLC is focused on designing easy to understand, self-paced training books for all knowledge levels of 3D CAD software users. Additional company and product information is available on the company’s Web site, www.SheetMetalGuy.com.
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