Instructional Videos
SolidWorks, The Door:

Videos on this page include:

11. The "Door", Using the Mirror Feature and Appearance Mapping
12. The "Door", Part 1, Basic Door Related Measurements
13. The "Door", Part 2, More Door Measurements
14. The "Door", Part 3, Sketching the Door Panel Geometry
15. The "Door", Part 4, More on Panel Sketching with Fillets and Chamfers
16. The "Door", Part 5, Finishing the Panel Sketching and Features
17. The "Door", Part 6, Panel Mirroring Options for Sketches and Features
18. The "Door", Part 7, Sketching for a Window Cut
19. The "Door", Part 8, Inserting a Window, as a Separate Body in our Door Part
20. The "Door", Part 9, Window Glass Appearance and Scenes
21. The "Door", Part 10, Creating a Door Knob, as a Separate Body in our Door Part


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11.  This video demonstrates how mirror some features from the front of the door to the back. It also describes how to use some of the Appearance Mapping options to orient the wood grain on the door. Back to the top

 

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12.  This video demonstrates how to derive basic door dimensions considering the rough door opening and the door jam components and measurements. Back to the top

 

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13.  This video demonstrates more on how to derive basic door dimensions considering the rough door opening and the door jam components and measurements. Back to the top

 

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14.  This video demonstrates how to set up basic, symmetric sketch geometry for the modeling of panels in a door prior to extruded cuts, fillets and chamfers as part of our door design. 
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15.   This video demonstrates more on setting up basic, symmetric sketch geometry for the modeling of panels in a door resulting in extruded cuts with fillets and chamfers as part of our door design.  Back to the top

 

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16.  This video demonstrates the finishing of our basic, symmetric sketch geometry for the modeling of panels in a door with extruded cuts, fillets and chamfers as part of our door design. 
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17.  This video demonstrates some mirroring options for our panel extruded cuts, fillets and chamfers first as sketch entities then using the Mirror Feature as part of our door design.  Back to the top

 

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18.  This video demonstrates how to uses symmetric sketches to cut a hole for the insertion of a window as part of our door design.  Back to the top

 

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19.  This video demonstrates how to create a separate window body, in the window cut, in our door and to assign appearance settings to the window body as part of our door design.   Back to the top

 

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20.  This video demonstrates how to assign appearance settings to the window body and how to add a scene as part of our door design.  Back to the top

 

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21.  This video demonstrates how to model a door knob as another separate body as part of our door design.  Back to the top