Dassault Systemes Solidworks

Solidworks is a parametric CAD software offers an easy-to-use set of tools for 3D mechanical design, and documentation. With a basic design, Solidworks is able to connect to multiple disciplines, easing the communication between designers, engineers, and producers.

Solidworks The Complete Guide is designed to give you a solid understanding of Solidworks features and capabilities from the basics through to advanced and complex 3D modeling components.

Every course is designed to use all learning styles from text, audio, video, interactivity, quizzes and practical “Let Me Try” examples. You’ll follow a workflow-based approach, creating 2D drawings from 3D data, modeling parts, combining parts into assemblies, annotating drawings, using advanced assembly tools, working with sheet metal, presenting designs, and simulation.

User’s prerequisites

You don’t need any previous experience with Dassault Systemes Solidworks to take this course.

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Course Outline

Introduction to SOLIDWORKS
Introduction To SOLIDWORKS and Getting Started
Menu Bar And SOLIDWORKS Menus
Toolbar and Dimensioning Standards and Units
Important Terms and Their Definitions
Auto-Backup Option, Selecting Hidden Entities, Hot Keys and Color Schemes

Drawing Sketches for Solid Models
The Sketching Environment
New Document
Learning Sketcher Terms and Tools
Drawing Lines
Drawing Circles, Arcs, Rectangles and Parallelograms
Drawing Polygons, Splines, Slots and Sketched Points
Drawing Ellipses, Elliptical Arcs, Curves and Deleting Sketched Entities
Drawing Display Tools

Editing and Modifying Sketches
Editing Sketched Entities
Creating and Editing Patterns
Writing Text and Modifying Sketched Entities

Adding Relations and Dimensions to Sketches
Applying Geometric Relations to Sketches
Design Intent and Dimensioning A Sketch
The concept of a Fully Defined Sketch
Deleting Overdefined Dimensions
Opening an Existing File

Advanced Dimensioning Techniques and Base Feature Options
Advanced Dimensioning Techniques
Creating Base Features by Extruding and Revolving Sketches
Dynamically Rotating the View of a Model
Modifying the View Orientation and Restoring the Previous View

Displaying the Drawing Area in Viewports and Display Modes of A Model
Assigning Materials and Textures to Models

Creating Reference Geometries
Importance of Sketching Planes
Reference Geometry
Creating Reference Points
Advanced Boss/Base Options and Modeling Using the Contour Selection Method
Creating Cut Features and Concept of the Scope Feature

Advanced Modeling Tools-I
Holes, Rollouts and Threads
Creating Fillets
Select Options
Creating Fillets Using the FilletXpert
Creating Chamfers, Shell Features, and Wraps

Advanced Modeling Tools-II
Creating Mirror Features
Creating Linear Pattern Features
Creating Circular Pattern Features
Creating Table Driven Patterns, Variable Patterns, and Rib Features
Changing the Display States

Editing Features
Editing Features of a Model

Advanced Modeling Tools-III
Creating Sweep Features and Cut-Sweep Features
Creating Loft Features
Creating 3D Sketches

Advanced Modeling Tools-IV
Creating Dome Features and Deform Features
Creating Fastening Features
Creating Freeform Features
Dimensioning a Part Using DimXpert

Assembly Modeling-I
Assembly Modeling
Creating Bottom-Up Assemblies and Top-Down Assemblies
Moving and Rotating Individual Components and Assembly Visualization

Assembly Modeling-II
Advanced Assembly Mates
Mechanical Mates
Creating Sub-Assemblies
Deleting Components and Sub-Assemblies and Editing Assembly Mates
Editing Components and Sub-Assemblies
Creating Patterns of Components in an Assembly
Copy a Component Along with Mates

Working with Drawing Views-I
The Drawing Mode and Starting a Drawing Document
Types of Views
Generating Derived Views
Working with Interactive Drafting in Solidworks and Editing and Modifying Drafting Views

Working with Drawing Views-II
Adding Annotations to the Drawing Views
Adding the Bill of Materials (BOM) to a Drawing
Adding Balloons to the Drawing Views and Creating Magnetic Lines

Surface Modeling
Surface Modeling

Working with Blocks
Introduction to Blocks
Creating Mechanisms by Using Blocks

Sheet Metal Design
Sheet Metal Design
Creating Sheet Metal Components from a Flat Sheet
Sheet Metal Parts and Forming Tools

Equations, Configurations, and Library Features
Working with Equations
Working with Configurations
Library Features
Motion Study
Motion Study