DriveWorksXpress Training

Price: $99.00
Credits: 1
Classroom: Not Currently Available
Virtual: 1 sessions 3-1/2 hours

Class #: DW101

Want to get started with design automation using DriveWorksXpress? This courses will introduce the concepts and techniques you will need to begin a successful design automation project using DriveWorksXpress.

Class Details

  • DriveWorks vs. DriveWorksXpress

  • Creating a new database
  • Capturing dimensions and features
  • Custom property mappings
  • Associating Drawings
  • Designing an Input Form
  • Specifying the model rules
  • Creating the final model

The DriveWorksXpress training guide will be supplied at the beginning of class and is yours to keep.

Upon completion of this course, students will have the skills required to fully utilize DriveWorksXpress and a solid foundation for learning the full DriveWorks package.

  • SOLIDWORKS Essentials: Parts & Assemblies
  • Basic understanding of Microsoft Excel
  • Thorough understanding of own company’s product
  • Familiarity with computer programming or logic, preferably visual basic

1 Upcoming Class:

Date Time Location  
October 7, 2019 12:00pm - 4:00pm - CST Register

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Training Testimonials

The class was everything I needed to fill in many of the blank areas of my education with SOLIDWORKS. I enjoyed the class and it will definitely increase my knowledge with the software.

Jim Cox

Roger was very easy to get along with and very helpful. Never expressed impatience. The material flowed smoothly and naturally.

Benjamin Wheeldon

I was nervous coming into the class that I would not be advanced enough to learn but at the end of the week I am completely satisfied with how much I learned.

Edward Siedlecki