3DQuick Press Essentials Training

Price: $1250.00
Credits: 0
Classroom: Please contact for pricing and availability.
Virtual: 4 Sessions, 4 hours each

Class #: 3DQP101

This 4-day course will focus on orienting a SOLIDWORKS user in the overall functionality and processes within 3DQuickPress. The focus of this course includes fundamental and advanced concepts for automating die design within the SOLIDWORKS environment.

Class Details

  • Automatic unfolding of parts

  • Semi-automatic unfolding of parts
  • Strip layout
  • Punch design
  • Creating die sets
  • Creating PRL punches
  • Creating PRL assemblies
  • Creating die set templates
  • Advanced unfolding
  • User defined feature for complex forming
  • Enhanced sketching tools
  • Automation of drawing creation

The 3DQuickPress Essentials Training Manual will be supplied at the
beginning of the class and is yours to keep.

Students will know how to utilize 3DQuickPress to automate and standardize their tooling designs. They will be familiar with the 3DQuickPress user interface, unfold and strip manager, punch and die structure, sketching tools, and customization techniques.

  • Die Design Experience or Knowledge
  • Windows Experience
  • Completion of the SOLIDWORKS Essentials Classes
  • Parts & Assemblies and Drawings

1 Upcoming Class:

Date Time Location  
December 9, 10, 11, 12, 2019 8 am - 12 pm - CST Register

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Training Testimonials

The course was very concise, to the point, and informative. [The Instructor] was very detail oriented and educational.

Rolf Altenhofen

[The Instructor] did a great job teaching all of the subjects in an easy flowing manner. He did a great job of not only explaining how to do certain tasks but also why the tasks should be completed in a certain way, putting a large emphasis on the overall design philosophy.

Wyatt Kovich

Great class! A must have for any Industrial Designer. Should have taken it earlier...that is my only regret.

Mark Krasne