Parts & Assemblies
Course ID: S102
SolidWorks Essentials is the foundation class for building SolidWorks skills. This 5 day course will focus on providing the novice user the skills required to be productive with SolidWorks. After completing this class the student will be ready to make parts, assemblies and drawings, and will be on the path to SolidWorks proficiency.
Classroom: 5 sessions, 7 hours each
Mechanical Design Experience
Completion of the SolidWorks Tutorial
Introduction to SolidWorks
Introduction to Sketching
Basic Part Modeling
Modeling a Casting or Forging
Thin Walled Parts
Configurations of Parts
Design Tables and Equations
Repairing and Editing Parts
Bottom-Up Assembly Modeling
Finding answers to your SolidWorks Questions
"Exceptional class. I had little to no CAD experience when I started, and I now understand a great deal about SolidWorks."
- Scott Joji, Life Fitness
At Course Completion
Students will know how to utilize SolidWorks to create production level parametric models of parts and assemblies. They will be familiar with the SolidWorks user interface, feature manager, sketching tools, and various modeling techniques.
The SolidWorks Essentials training guide will be supplied at the beginning of class and is yours to keep.
Price Single Student - 1495.00 or 4 Professional Development Credits Available as part of Catalyst or Professional Development Programs
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