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Solidworks: CSWA
SUMMARY
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This is a streamlined course, designed to get you started with 3D modeling, this course will enable you to eventually work as a certified SOLIDWORKS associate. This course will qualify designers, engineers, makers, and hobbyist, with confidence, to design their next innovation. After this course, you can proudly list your SOLIDWORKS skills in your resume and stand out from the crowd in the job market. No prior knowledge needed. Just the desire to learn and create awesome stuff.
    Interface navigation Sketch 3D Part model 3D Assembly 2D drawing Constraining dimensioning Materials Patterns
1 Weekend (2 Days, 12 Hours)
  • Sketch entities – lines, rectangles, circles, arcs, ellipses, centerlines
  • Sketch tools – offset, convert, trim
  • Sketch relations
  • Boss and cut features – extrudes, revolves, sweeps, lofts
  • Fillets and chamfers
  • Linear, circular, and fill patterns
  • Dimensions
  • Feature conditions – start and end
  • Mass properties
  • Materials
  • Inserting components
  • Standard mates – coincident, parallel, perpendicular, tangent, concentric, distance, angle
  • Reference geometry – planes, axis, mate references
  • Drawing views
  • Annotations
Solidworks: CSWP
SUMMARY
SKILLS
SCHEDULE
Details
This course will provide you with more advanced level skills for the ability to design and analyze parametric parts and moveable assemblies using a variety of complex features in SOLIDWORKS. This course is designed to take you to the professional level of using SOLIDWORKS. You will be prepared to become a Certified Solidworks Professional, and be confident to start any industrial 3D design tasks on your own. Basic knowledge of SOLIDWORKS is required.
    Advanced Modeling Coordinate system Variable Equations Advanced Assembly Features Collision detection Mass properties Management
2 Weekends (4 Days, 25 hours)
  • Use linked dimensions and equations to aid in modeling
  • Use of equations to relate dimensions
  • Update of parameters and dimension sizes
  • Mass property analysis
  • Modification of geometry on initial part to create a more complex part
  • Creating configurations from other configurations
  • Changing configurations
  • Mass properties
  • Changing features of an existing SOLIDWORKS part
  • Creating an assembly
  • Adding parts to an assembly
  • Doing collision detection when moving a part in an assembly
  • Mates
  • Replacing a part with another part in an assembly
  • Creating a coordinate system
  • Using a coordinate system to perform mass properties analysis
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