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How to Use Solidworks 2007 Sp5 Portable 26 for 3D CAD Design

Solidworks 2007 Sp5 Portable 26 is a version of the popular 3D CAD software that can run on any Windows computer without installation. It is ideal for users who need to work on different machines or locations, or who want to try out the software before buying it. In this article, we will show you how to use Solidworks 2007 Sp5 Portable 26 for creating and editing 3D models, drawings and assemblies.

Downloading and Running Solidworks 2007 Sp5 Portable 26

To download Solidworks 2007 Sp5 Portable 26, you can visit the website of ceitattumblap, a user who created and shared this version of the software. You will need to register and log in to access the download link. Alternatively, you can search for "Solidworks 2007 Sp5 Portable 26" on any web browser and find other sources that offer the file.

Once you have downloaded the file, you will need to extract it using a compression program like WinZip or PKZIP. The file size is about 1.4 GB, so make sure you have enough space on your hard drive or USB drive. After extracting the file, you will see a folder named "SolidWorks 2007 SP5 Portable". Inside this folder, you will find an executable file named "swspmanager.exe". Double-click on this file to run Solidworks 2007 Sp5 Portable 26.

Creating and Editing 3D Models

When you run Solidworks 2007 Sp5 Portable 26, you will see a welcome screen that gives you some options to start a new project, open an existing one, or access some tutorials and resources. You can also click on the "New" button on the toolbar to create a new document. You can choose from three types of documents: part, assembly or drawing.

A part document is where you create a single 3D model of an object using sketching and feature tools. An assembly document is where you combine multiple parts into a larger structure using mates and constraints. A drawing document is where you create a 2D representation of a part or assembly using views, dimensions and annotations.

To create a part document, select "Part" from the "New" dialog box and click "OK". You will see a blank workspace with three default planes: front, top and right. You can use these planes as references for sketching your model. To start sketching, click on the "Sketch" button on the toolbar and select a plane or a face to sketch on. You can use various sketch tools like lines, circles, arcs, rectangles and splines to draw your profile. You can also add relations and dimensions to define the shape and size of your sketch.

After sketching your profile, you can exit the sketch mode by clicking on the "Exit Sketch" button on the toolbar or pressing "Esc" on your keyboard. You will see your sketch in blue color on the selected plane or face. To turn your sketch into a solid model, you can use various feature tools like extrude, revolve, sweep and loft. These tools allow you to add or remove material along a direction, an axis, a path or a guide curve. To use a feature tool, click on its icon on the toolbar and select your sketch or sketches as input. You can then adjust the parameters of the feature such as direction, distance, angle and options.

You can repeat this process of sketching and adding features until you complete your model. You can also edit or delete any existing sketch or feature by right-clicking on it in the feature manager tree on the left side of the screen and selecting "Edit" or "Delete". You can also use other tools like fillet, chamfer, shell and pattern to modify your model.

Creating and Editing Drawings

To create a drawing document, select "Drawing" from the "New" dialog box and click "OK". You will see a blank sheet with some default settings such as scale, units and format. You can change these settings by clicking on the "Sheet Properties" button on the 248dff8e21


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