SOLIDWORKS Routing: Piping and Tubing Training

CATalyst Premium

Credits: 2
Classroom: 2 sessions, 7 hours each
Virtual: 4 sessions 3-1/2 hours each

Class #: S423

SOLIDWORKS Routing: Piping and Tubing is an introduction to the routing feature used to create subassemblies containing pipe, tubing, and duct components, which are automatically connected by 3D routes within the subassembly.

During this instructor-led course, students will learn how to:

  • Start a piping or tubing route.
  • Auto-route and manage 3D route sketches.
  • Insert flanges, tees, elbows, and valves.
  • Specify pipe and tube diameter and length.
  • Add piping and tubing route parts to the library.
  • Create drawings of pipe, tubing and duct routes with Bills of Material.

Completion of SOLIDWORKS Routing: Piping and Tubing will equip the user the tools required to efficiently model pipe and tubing systems including HVAC duct routes for any facility.

Class Details

  • Fundamental of Routing

  • Piping Routes
  • Piping Fittings
  • Tubing Routes
  • Piping and Tubing Changes
  • Creating Routing Components
  • Using P&ID Files
  • Electrical Ducting. Cable Tray, and HVAC Routes
  • Piping Skids
  • Using SOLIDWORKS Content

The SOLIDWORKS Routing: Piping and Tubing training guide will be supplied at the beginning of class and is yours to keep.

Students will how to create, edit and manage piping and tubing routes. Also use P&ID files to quickly create standardized plant layouts. They will even be able to create a library of routing components from standard Solidworks parts.

1 Upcoming Class:

Date Time Location  
March 23, 24, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm - CST Register

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Training Testimonials

This was an exceptional class. I had CAD experience when I started, but now I understand a great deal about SOLIDWORKS. Thank you, ... for all your help and support in the class.

Francisco Vega

It is difficult to stay engaged in a 5-day training, but [The Instructor] made it easy to stay involved. He is clearly very knowledgeable in the practical uses of SOLIDWORKS and appears to enjoy teaching. The pace of the class allowed enough time to let things sink in. ... Overall, a great course! I learned a great deal ... and hope to continue building my knowledge base in SOLIDWORKS.

Piper Howell

Small class size allowed the time for me to have so many of my questions answered.

Jill Davis