Computer Aided Engineering Design with SolidWorks is designed for students taking the SolidWorks course in Colleges and Universities and for engineering designers involved or interested in using SolidWorks for real-life applications in manufacturing processes, mechanical systems and engineering analysis. The course material is divided into two parts: Part I covers the principles of SolidWorks, simple and advanced part modeling approaches, assembly modeling, drawing, configurationsdesign tables and surface modeling; and, Part II covers the applications of SolidWorks in manufacturing processes, mechanical systems and engineering analysis. The manufacturing processes applications include mold design, sheet metal parts design, die design, and weldments. The mechanical systems applications include routing: piping and tubing, gears, pulleys, and chains, cams and springs, mechanism design and analysis, threads and fastners, hinges and universal joints. The engineering analysis application includes finite element analysis. This text book is unique because it is one of the very few text books covering to a great extent the applications of SolidWorks in manufacturing processes, mechanical systems and engineering analysis as presented in Part I. Most SolidWorks text books cover mainly the content of Part I of this book with one or two applications that are covered in Part II of this text book. The book is written based on a hands-on approach in which students can follow the steps described in each chapter to model parts, assemble parts, produce drawings and be involved in the applications on their own with little assistance from their instructors during each teaching session or in the computer laboratory. There are several pictorial descriptions of the steps involved in every stage of part modeling, assembly modeling, drawing details, and applications presented in this text book.