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SolidWorks Essentials Hands-on Training

Description: SolidWorks Essentials teaches the use of SolidWorks mechanical design automation software to build parametric models of parts and assemblies and make parametric drawings of those parts and assemblies. Course Duration: 4 days Introduction About This Course Lesson 1: SolidWorks Basics and the User Interface What is the SolidWorks Software Design Intent File References Opening Files The SolidWorks User Interface Lesson 2: Introduction to Sketching 2D Sketching Stages in the Process Saving Files What are We Going to Sketch? Sketching Sketch Entities Basic Sketching Rules That Govern Sketches Design Intent Sketch Relations Dimensions Extrude Lesson 3: Basic Part Modeling Basic Modeling Terminology Choosing the Best Profile Choosing the Sketch Plane Details of the Part Boss Feature Sketching on a Planar Face Cut Feature Using the Hole Wizard View Options Filleting Detailing Basics Drawing Views Center Marks Dimensioning Changing Parameters Lesson 4: Modelling a Casting or Forging Design Intent Boss Feature with Draft Symmetry in the Sketch Sketching Inside the Model View Options Using Model Edges in a Sketch Creating Trimmed Sketch Geometry Using Copy and Paste Editing Features Lesson 6: Revolved Features Lesson 7: Shelling and Ribs Lesson 5: Patterning Why Use Patterns? Reference Geometry Linear Pattern Circular Patterns Mirror Patterns Using Pattern Seed Only Sketch Driven Patterns

Design Intent Revolved Features Building the Rim Building the Spoke Edit Material Mass Properties File Properties SolidWorks SimulationXpress Using SolidWorks SimulationXpress The SimulationXpress Interface Lesson 8: Editing: Repairs Part Editing Editing Topics Sketch Issues FilletXpert DraftXpert Lesson 10: Configurations of Parts Configurations Using Configurations Creating Configurations Editing Parts that Have Configurations Design Library

Shelling and Ribs Analyzing and Adding Draft Other Options for Draft Shelling Ribs Full Round Fillets Thin Features

Lesson 9: Editing: Design Changes Part Editing Design Changes Information From a Model Rebuilding Tools Sketch Contours Editing with Instant 3D Lesson 11: Design Tables and Equations Design Tables Link Values Equations Design Tables Existing Design Tables Modeling Strategies for Configurations In the Advanced Course...

Lesson 12: Using Drawings More About Making Drawings Section View Model Views Broken View Detail Views Projected Views Annotations Drawing Sheets and Sheet Formats Define Title Block

Lesson 13: Bottom-Up Assembly Modeling Bottom-Up Assembly Creating a New Assembly Position of the First Component FeatureManager Design Tree and Symbols Adding Components Using Part Configurations in Assemblies Sub-assemblies Smart Mates Inserting Sub-assemblies Pack and Go

Lesson 14: Using Assemblies Using Assemblies Analyzing the Assembly Checking for Clearances Changing the Values of Dimensions Exploded Assemblies Explode Line Sketch

Summary Options Settings Document Templates

Bill of Materials Assembly Drawings

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SolidWorks Assembly Modelling Hands-on Training
Prerequisites: SolidWorks Essentials.
Description: Assembly Modeling teaches you how to maximize your use of the assembly modeling capabilities of SolidWorks mechanical design automation software. Course Duration: 2 days Introduction About This Course Windows XP Use of Color Lesson 1: Top-Down Assembly Modeling Top-Down Assembly Modeling Stages in the Process Building Virtual Parts Building Parts in an Assembly Assembly Features In-Context Features Propagating Changes Smart Fasteners Saving Internal Parts as External External References Breaking External References Removing External References Lesson 2: Advanced Mate Techniques Advanced Mates Adding Mate References Design Library Parts Capture Mate References Configuration Publisher Smart Components Advanced and Mechanical Mate Types Summary: Inserting and Mating Components Multiple Mate Mode Using Copy with Mates Mate Options Lesson 4: Display States and Appearances Display States Bulk Selection Tools Advanced Select Envelopes Appearances, Materials and Scenes Lesson 5: Assembly Editing Assembly Editing Key Topics Editing Activities Replacing and Modifying Components Troubleshooting an Assembly Replacing Components Using Save As Mirroring Components Hole Alignment Lesson 3: Using Configurations with Assemblies Using Configurations with Assemblies Stages in the Process Component Patterns Using Configure Component Creating Configurations Manually Using Design Tables with Assemblies Understanding Design Tables Manipulating the Design Table

Controlling Dimensions in an Assembly Sensors Lesson 6: Layout-based Assembly Design Layout-based Assembly Design Key Topics Blocks Inserting Blocks Testing with the MotionManager Creating a Part from a Block Lesson 7: Large Assemblies Large Assemblies Key Topics Lightweight Components Large Assembly Mode Selective Open with Hide Using Quick View / Selective Open Using SpeedPak Using Configurations with Large Assemblies Modifying the Structure of an Assembly Assembly Visualization Tips for Faster Assemblies Drawing Considerations SolidWorks Explorer Renaming Components Lesson 8: The MotionManager MotionManager Using the Animation Wizard Free Motion Drag Motion Motors and Motion Visual Properties Interpolation Modes View Orientation States Basic Motion Using Physical Dynamics

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SolidWorks Drawings Hands-on Training
Prerequisites: SolidWorks Essentials.
Description: This course teaches you how to make drawings of SolidWorks parts and assemblies. Course Duration: 2 days Introduction About This Course Windows XP Use of Color Lesson 1: Drawing Sheets and Views Drawing Sheets and Views Terminology Drawing Views Sketching in Drawing Views View Settings Centermarks and Centerlines Model Edges in the View Lesson 2: Dimensions Dimensions Moving and Deleting Dimensions Dimension Properties Lesson 4: Sheet Formats and Templates Sheet Formats and Templates Drawing Templates Properties in the Template User Defined Properties Customizing a Sheet Format Importing Legacy Data Define Title Block Updating Sheet Formats Lesson 6: Bill of Materials and Tables Creating and Managing a Bill of Materials The Bill of Materials Adding a BOM Modifying the BOM Tabulated Bill of Materials Design Tables in the Drawing Lesson 8: Drawing References and Comparison Reusing a Drawing File Changing Drawing References Using DrawCompare Design Checker Lesson 9: Using DimXpert and TolAnalyst DimXpert Tolerance Types and Features DimXpert Selections Settings for DimXpert Auto Dimension Scheme Lesson 7: Performance and Display Issues Performance and Display Issues Large Assembly Mode Lightweight Drawings Detached Drawings Display Issues in Drawing Views Lesson 3: Annotations Adding Annotations Annotation Types Blocks Lesson 5: Assembly Drawing Views Assembly Drawing Views Creating Views of Assemblies

Turned Part Using Plus and Minus DimXpert Annotations and Drawings Using DimXpert Manually TolAnalyst Lesson 10: Planning & Execution Preparations for Detailing Drawing Sheets and Views Drawing Sheets and ViewsDrawing Views Center Marks and Centerlines Dimensions Annotations Sheet Formats and Templates Assembly Drawing Views Bill of Materials and Tables Settings Lesson 11: Drawing Settings and Options Settings System Options Document Properties Drafting Standard Annotations Dimensions Tables Build Check Categories

SolidWorks Advanced Part Modelling Hands-on Training


Prerequisites: SolidWorks Essentials.
Description: Advanced Part Modeling teaches you how to use multibody solids, sweeping and lofting features, and the more advanced shaping capabilites of SolidWorks. Course Duration: 2 days Introduction About This Course Using this Book Windows XP Use of Color Hide/Show Tree Items Lesson 1: Multibody Solids Multibody Solids Bridging Introducing: Solid Bodies Folder Extrude From Local Operations Combined Bodies Introducing: Combine Common Bodies Tool Body Introducing: Insert Part Introducing: Move/Copy Bodies Introducing: Mate Reference Patterning Indent Feature Using Cut to Create Multibodies Saving Solid Bodies as Parts and Assemblies Introducing: Insert into New Part Feature Scope Introducing: Save Bodies Splitting a Part into Multibodies Introducing: Split Creating an Assembly Introducing: Create Assembly Using Split Part with Legacy Data Lesson 2: Sweeps Introduction Sweeping Lesson 3: Lofts and Splines Basic Lofting Introducing: Loft Using Derived and Copied Sketches Sweeping Along a 3D Path 3D Sketching Introducing: Helix and Spiral Introducing: Projected Curve Introducing: Composite Curve Copying a Sketch Derived Sketches Introducing: Insert Derived Sketch Centerline Lofting Introducing: Split Entities

Sweeping Introducing: Sweep Introducing: Fit Spline Sweeping and Lofting: Whats the Difference? Creating a Curve Through a Set of Points Introducing: Insert Ellipse Sweep Options The Label Shape Working with a Non-planar Path Variable Radius Filleting Introducing: Split Lines Analyzing Geometry Introducing: Display Curvature Introducing: Show Curvature Combs Introducing: Intersection Curve Zebra Stripes Introducing: Zebra Stripes Filleting the Label Outline Selecting Edges Introducing: Select Loop Performance Considerations Modeling Threads Orientation and Twist Control Align with End Faces Sweeping Along Model Edges Introducing: SelectionManager Sweeping a Tool Body Lesson 4: Other Advanced Tools Advanced Fillets Wrap Feature Introducing: Wrap Deform Feature Introducing: Deform Introducing: Knit Surface Move Face and Delete Face Introducing: Move Face Using 3D Sketch with the Hole Wizard

Cleaning Up a Model Introducing: Delete Face Introducing: Deviation Analysis Spline Sketching Introducing: Spline Advanced Lofting Sketch Picture Introducing: Sketch Picture Layout Sketches

SolidWorks Advanced Surfacce Modelling Hands-on Training


Prerequisites: SolidWorks Essentials, SolidWorks Advanced Part Modelling Description: This course teaches you how to make drawings of SolidWorks parts and assemblies. Course Duration: 2 days Introduction About This Course Lesson 1: Understanding Surfaces Solids and Surfaces Working with Surface Bodies Why Use Surfaces? Continuity Explained Workflow with Surfaces Lesson 2: Introduction to Surfacing Similarities Between Solid and Surface Modeling Basic Surfacing Lesson 3: Solid-Surface Hybrid Modelling Hybrid Modeling Using Surfaces to Modify Solids Interchanging Between Solids and Surfaces Performance Implications Surfaces as Construction Geometry Making Copies of Faces Lesson 4: Repairing and Editing Imported Geometry Importing Data Repairing and Editing Imported Geometry Lesson 5: Advanced Surface Modelling Stages in the Process Ruled Surfaces Lofting Surfaces Modeling the Lower Half Conclusion Design Changes Lesson 6: Blends and Patches Complex Blends Smoothing Patches Freeform Feature Corner Blends Lesson 7: Master Model Techniques Introduction to Master Models Surface Master Model Technique Working with a Solid Master Model SolidWorks Explorer