Normand suggested that we start a new thread in the Wiki section pertaining to my thoughts on several of us more proficient users knocking out a few written "beginner" tutorials that would help the new users become accustom to the workings of the Part Design Workbench. This came about from a thread in the Help section
where a new user was practicing building a 3D model from an isometric drawing.
It was in this thread
that I suggested we do a few tutorials around this concept. My thinking on having several of us do one as there are many ways in Part Design to get from start to finish and each of us has their own way of going about the task. Exposing a new user to those methods and allowing that user to gain the experience through working the tutorials should provide a good foundation upon which to build.
The parts should be relatively simple in their construction, like the folowing -
A simple image search on Google for "dimensioned drawings" or "mechanical drawing exercises" will turn up plenty of examples or just make up a part your own self.
So, if anyone is interested, maybe we should start with volunteers posting which particular part they are going to do so there is not any duplication of a project and have at it.
If your really feeling froggy, it sure wouldn't hurt to have an accompanying video to go along with it.
To get things started, I'll get one underway using this drawing -
Any other takers?