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Learning SOLIDWORKS : For Students, Engineers, and Designers




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Learning SOLIDWORKS : For Students, Engineers, and Designers

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What will students learn in this course

The students will learn the basic tools of SOLIDWORKS. Also they will get a thorough knowledge of Sketch, Part, Assembly, and Surface environments of SOLIDWORKS.

Prerequisites

This course starts teaching you from scratch so there are no prerequisites.

Target Audience

Students, Engineers, Diploma Holders, CAD Designers, and Product Engineers.

Description:

SOLIDWORKS is a very productive 3D CAD software tool. It helps to design various products and services, testing them in very cost effective way like Model and Prototype testing as you learned earlier in engineering degree class.

The SOLIDWORKS have wide range of applications in industries such as:

Aerospace Defense
Automotive
Transportation
Machinery
Heavy Equipment
Consumer products
Mold & Tools design
Electronics
Sheet metal work
Process Plant
Energy conservation
Construction
Medical tools
Product design and other engineering services.

This course will help you in understanding and learning the basic and advanced tools of the software. You will get a thorough knowledge and hands on experience on Sketch, Part, Assembly and Surface Environments of SOLIDWORKS.

Course Curriculam

1. Introduction
  • Introduction to Solidworks
  • User Interface of Solidworks
  • Customizing Command Managers and Toolbars in Solidworks
2. Drawing Sketches For Solid Models
  • Starting a New File and Opening an Existing one in Solidworks
  • Entering the Sketching Environment
  • Creating Line, centerline, and midpoint line
  • Creating Circles
  • Creating Arcs
  • Creating Rectangles
  • Creating Polygons
  • Creating Splines
  • Creating Slots
  • Placing Points
  • Creating Ellipses and Elliptical Arcs
  • Creating Parabolic and Conic Curves
  • Creating Equation Driven Curves
  • Drawing Display Tools
  • Deleting Sketching Entities
  • Example 1
  • Example 2
  • Example 3
3. Editing and Modifying Sketches
  • Trimming Entities
  • Extending Entities
  • Convert Entities Tool
  • Creating Intersection Curves
  • Filleting Entities
  • Creating Chamfers
  • Offsetting Entities
  • Offset on Surface Tool
  • Mirroring Entities
  • Dynamically Mirror Entities
  • Moving Entities
  • Rotating Entities
  • Scaling Entities
  • Stretching Entities
  • Copying and Pasting Entities
  • Creating Linear Patterns
  • Creating Circular Patterns
  • Modifying Sketch Patterns
  • Splitting Entities
  • Writing Text
  • Example 1
  • Example 2
  • Example 3
4. Adding Relations and Dimensions to Sketches
  • Adding Relations
  • Adding Automatic Relations
  • Dimensioning a Sketch and Smart Dimension Tool
  • Adding Horizontal and Vertical Dimensions
  • Aligned Dimensions
  • Angular Dimensions
  • Adding Diametric Dimensions
  • Adding Radial Dimensions
  • Adding Linear Diametric Dimensions
  • Adding Ordinate Dimensions
  • Example 1
  • Example 2
5. Advanced Dimensioning Techniques and Base Feature Options
  • Fully Defining the Sketches
  • Dimensioning the True Length of an Arc
  • Measuring Distances
  • Determining the Section Properties of Closed Sketches
  • Modifying the View Orientation
  • Changing the View Orientation using the Reference Triad
  • Displaying the model in different viewport configurations
  • Display Modes of a Model
  • Assigning Materials to the Model
6. Creating Reference Geometries
  • Need for creating Planes
  • Creating planes at offset to an existing plane and creating planes parallel to an existing plane and passing through a point
  • Creating planes at angle to an existing plane and creating planes passing through lines or points
  • Creating a plane normal to a curve and creating a plane in the middle of two faces
  • Creating a plane on non-planar surface
  • Creating Reference Axes
  • Creating Reference Points
  • Creating Reference Coordinate Systems
  • Creating Center of Mass
  • Example 1
7. Part Modeling 1
  • Creating Extruded Features
  • Creating Revolved Features
  • Creating Extruded Cuts
  • Creating Revolved Cuts
  • Determining the Mass Properties of Solid Models
  • Dynamically Rotating the View of a Model
8. Part Modeling - Practice Examples
  • Example 1
  • Example 2
  • Example 3
  • Example 4
  • Example 5
9. Advance Part Modeling - Practice Examples
  • Example 1
  • Example 2
  • Example 3
  • Example 4
  • Example 5
10. Assembly - Practice Examples
  • Example 1
  • Example 2
11. Surfacing - Practice Examples
  • Example 1
  • Example 2
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