Solid Works

Overview

SOLIDWORKS courses integrates a broad range of instructor-led training programs in mechanical CAD/CAE, design validation, product data management, design communication, creating 3D CAD models, sheet metal design, product design and CAD productivity tools covering fundamental to advanced functions of SOLIDWORKS.

Course Objective

SOLIDWORKS provide a range of courses that will help you achieve your designing goals whether you want to improve your skills, add an extra quality to your resume, or learn to use newest designing tools and techniques in mechanical, electrical and architectural

Pre-requisite

You don’t need any previous training or diploma to learn about SOLIDWORKS software. This course is open to all engineering students and working professionals who want to gain a competitive edge in the designing industry

What’s in it for me?

This course will ensure your success in the industry. SOLIDWORKS was introduced by Dassault Systems, a renowned French Software company who accredited us as their training partner to provide certification courses of SOLIDWORKS among Indian masses.

CURRICULUM

Section 1: Basic User Interface
    • • What is the Solid Works Software?
    • • Design Intent
    • • File References
    • • Opening Files
    • • The Solid Works User Interface
    • • Using the Command Manager
    • • Introduction to Designing and its basic concepts
Section 2: SKETCHER
    • • 2D Sketching
    • • Saving Files
    • • What are We Going to Sketch?
    • • Sketching
    • • Sketch Entities
    • • Basic Sketching
    • • Rules That Govern Sketches
    • • Design Intent
    • • Sketch Relations
    • • Dimensions
    • • Extrude
    • • Sketching Guidelines
Section 3: Basic Parts Modeling
    • • Terminology
    • • Choosing the Best Profile
    • • Choosing the Sketch Plane
    • • Details of the Part
    • • Boss Feature
    • • Sketching on a Planar Face
    • • Cut Feature
    • • View Selector
    • • Using the Hole Wizard
    • • View Options
    • • Filleting
    • • Editing Tools
    • • Detailing Basics
    • • Drawing Views
    • • Center Marks
    • • Dimensioning
    • • Changing Parameters
    • • Design tree and its aspects
    • • Editing feature with Design tree
    • • Editing sketch with design Tree
Section 4: Advanced Modeling Parts
    • • 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
    • • 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
    • • Shelling
    • • Planes
    • • Ribs
    • • Full Round Fillets
    • • Thin Features
    • • Part Editing
    • • Editing Topics
    • • Sketch Issues
    • • FilletXpert
    • • Part Editing
    • • Sketch Contours
    • • Equations
    • • Design Library
    • • Making Cosmetic Threads
    • • Using Part annotation and its Tools ,Options
    • • Editing holes
Section 5: Sheet Metal Design
    • • Primary walls, Secondary and unattached walls
    • • Unbend, bend back and cuts
    • • Introduction to sheet metal design
    • • Sheet metal forms
    • • Bending & Unbending sheet metal geometry
    • • Converting solid parts
Section 6: Working with Surfaces
    • • Introducing Surfaces
    • • Exploring the Knit function
    • • Using the Trim/Untrim function
    • • Understanding Non Uniform Rational B Spline
    • • Surfacing Tools Extruded,Boundary
    • • Characterizing the Offset Surface
    • • Using Radiate ,Knit , Thicken , Planer Surface
    • • Using Fill, Mid , Replace Surface
    • • Using Ruled Surface
    • • Using Intersect
    • • Using Cut With Surface
    • • Using Fill Surface blend
Section 7: Assembly Modeling
    • • SolidWorks Assemblies
    • • Assembly File Structure
    • • File References
    • • Solving Mates
    • • Advanced Mates
    • • Adding Mate References
    • • Design Library Parts
    • • Capture Mate References
    • • Advanced and Mechanical Mate Types
    • • Summary: Inserting and Mating Components
    • • Multiple Mate Model
    • • Using Copy with Mates
    • • Mate Options
    • • Stages in the Process
    • • Building Parts in an Assembly
    • • In-Context Features
    • • Propagating Changes
    • • Saving Virtual Parts as External
    • • External References
    • • Breaking External References
    • • Removing External References
    • • Assembly Features and Smart Fasteners
    • • Assembly Features
    • • Stages in the Process
    • • Smart Fasteners
    • • Smart Components
Section 8: Drafting
    • • Sheets and Formats
    • • Drawing Views
    • • Sketching in Drawing Views
    • • View Settings
    • • Manipulating Dimensions
    • • Dimension Properties
    • • Adding Annotations
    • • Annotation Types
    • • Block
    • • Drawing Templates
    • • Properties in the Template
    • • User Defined Properties
    • • Customizing a Sheet Format
    • • Define Title Block
    • • Updating Sheet Formats
    • • Creating Views of Assemblies
    • • Creating and Managing a Bill of Materials
    • • Balloons
    • • Tables in the Drawing
    • • Texture Mapping
    • • Textures
Section 9: Photorealistic Rendering
    • • Texture Mapping
    • • Viewpoint
    • • Positioning the Viewpoint
    • • Named Views
    • • Perspective View
    • • The SolidWorks Camera
    • • Depth of Field
    • • Scenes and Lighting
    • • Scenery Choices
    • • Scenery Examples
    • • Scene Selection
    • • Edit Scene Property Manager
    • • Scene Library
    • • Lighting
    • • Lighting Concepts
    • • Rendering Basics
    • • Lighting Methods
    • • Direct Lighting
    • • Lighting Schemes
    • • Photographic Lighting
    • • Ambient Light
    • • Indirect Lighting
    • • Surface Finish
    • • Point Lights
    • • Spot Lights
    • • Reflections
    • • What is the PhotoView 360 Software
    • • Starting PhotoView 360
    • • PhotoView 360 User Interface
    • • PhotoView 360 Gallery
    • • PhotoView 360 Light Characteristics
  • Duration: 80 Hours
  • Certificates: Yes
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