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SOLIDWORKS Fundamentals | On-line

Lesson 1: SOLIDWORKS Basics and User Interface

  • Fundamentals of a feature-based, parametric volume modeller
  • Difference between sketched and applied features
  • SOLIDWORKS user interface
  • Design plans and their effects

Lesson 2: Introduction to Sketching

  • Create a new single part
  • Insert a new sketch
  • Add sketch geometry
  • Create sketch relationships
  • Recognize the status of the sketch
  • Extrude a sketch / create a solid

Lesson 3: Part Modeling Basics

  • select the best sketch profile to sketch
  • Choosing the correct sketch plane
  • Carry out a sketch as a cut
  • Creating holes with the hole wizard
  • Create a solid fillet
  • Using Edit Sketch, Edit Feature, and Insert Mode
  • Create a simple drawing
  • Change dimensions
  • Detect associativity between the model and associated drawings

Lesson 4: Symmetry and draft

  • use the commands to view and modify the view
  • Edit the definition and parameters of a feature and rebuild the model
  • Enter the design plan with the end conditions "To next" and "Middle"
  • Apply symmetry in the sketch

Lesson 5: Pattern Creation

  • Create a linear pattern
  • Create a circular pattern
  • Use geometry pattern correctly
  • Creation of reference geometries - reference planes & axes
  • Create a mirror pattern
  • Using the "Pattern for source element only" option
  • Create a sketch-driven pattern
  • Automatically fully define sketches

Lesson 6: Rotation Features

  • Create rotation features
  • Apply certain dimensioning methods to sketches for revolved features
  • Use the multibody solid method
  • Create an extrude feature
  • Calculate the physical properties of a part
  • Carry out an initial stress analysis

Lesson 7: walls and reinforcement ribs

  • Apply draft to model faces
  • Perform wall operations to select a part
  • Use the reinforcement rib tool
  • Create thin features

Lesson 8: Editors - Repairs

  • Recognize and understand various problems in one part
  • Resolve problems with sketch geometry
  • Use the insertion bar
  • Repairing freestanding dimensions and relationships
  • Use the FeatureXpert to troubleshoot fillet problems

Lesson 9: Editing - Design Changes

  • Effects of modeling techniques on the possibilities of modifying a single part
  • Use the tools available to machine a part
  • Define the shape of a part with sketch outlines

Lesson 10: Configurations

  • Link values ​​with global variables
  • Create equations
  • Use configurations to represent different variations of a part
  • Suppression of features
  • Configure dimensions
  • Understand the effects of changing parts with configurations
  • Use the design library

Lesson 11: Using Drawings

  • generate different types of drawing views
  • Align drawing views
  • Add annotations & dimensions

Lesson 12: Bottom-Up Assembly Modeling

  • Create assemblies
  • Inserting components
  • Linking and aligning components
  • Edit and manage assemblies using the FeatureManager design tree
  • Inserting sub-assemblies
  • Use part configurations in assemblies

Lesson 13: Using Assemblies

  • Calculation of the mass properties
  • Create exploded views
  • Adding explode lines
  • Creation of parts lists
  • Copy parts lists in drawings