What is SolidWorks?
SolidWorks is powerful and comprehensive 3D solid modelling software.
With great features and super user-friendly interface, it is one of the most popular 3D software
widely accepted in various industries.
Based on solid 3D modelling, with the help of “Add-in”s, SolidWorks is capable to perform complex
analysis and simulation task onstatic, dynamic, vibration, thermal conduct, fluid dynamic, routing,
motion, so on and so on.
SOLIDWORKS is 3D CAD software that delivers powerful design functionality with an intuitive user
interface to speed your design process and make you instantly productive—enabling you to deliver
innovative products to market faster.
In this course, Gabriel Corbett teaches you the essential tools and techniques necessary to create
parts, assemblies, and drawings efficiently in SOLIDWORKS.
- First, see how to use the sketch tools to create two-dimensional sketches that become the foundation for 3D objects.
- Next, look at extruding and revolving 3D features; creating complex objects using the Sweep,
- Loft, and Surface tools; and modifying parts
- Learn how to create uniform holes with the Hole Wizard, and explore more advanced modeling
- techniques using equations, mirroring, and pattern tools.
- Then review best practices for putting parts together in assemblies and building robust structures.
The course wraps up tips for creating detailed drawings that relate the final parts and assemblies to a
manufacturer, complete with an itemized bill of materials and drawing notes.
Course Basic Information
For topics of SolidWorks course:
- Working with templates
- Creating sketches
- Extruding and revolving features
- Applying materials
- Sketching lines, shapes, and polygons
- Trimming, extending, and transforming geometry
- Adding fillets and chamfers
- Working with planes and coordinates
- Creating patterns
- Modeling advanced parts
- Making holes
- Designing with blocks
- Building assemblies
- Mating parts
- Linking sketches
- Using design tables
- Creating part and assembly drawings
- Creating dimensions
- Adding annotations
We also provide advanced level training for specific topics:
- Sheet Metal
- Electrical Drafting
- Advanced Assemblies
- API Development
- Available both live online & face to face in a classroom (minimum # of student is 3)
- 32 hours for essential level program
- 16 hours for CSWP exam preparation
- 12 hours for each advanced topics
- Mechanical Engineer
- Industrial Designer
- Product Designer
- Project Coordinator
- $28-$33 per hour for entry level professional.
- $34-$45 per hour for professionals with 3-8 years of experience
- $45+ for senior level professionals
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