A solid modelling  CAD or computer-aided design and CAE commonly known as computer-aided engineering  is a  computer program which needs Microsoft Windows as a platform to run and is known as SolidWorks. Founded in December 1993 by Massachusetts Institute of Technology SolidWorks is published by Dassault System.

Models and assembling utilizes parametric feature-based approach to create solid modellers. SolidWorks is one of the popular 3D CAD software. If you are looking for a career as mechanical or a design engineer SolidWorks 3D design is a solution to it. Learning 3D mechanical designing via SolidWorks software aims to quick deploy and is easy to use, Capitalising on new opportunities and reduced cost is some of its features. 

CURRICULUM

Introduction to SolidWorks

  • History of Web Desiging
  • Solidworks workbench
  • System Requirements
  • Important Terms and Definitions
  • Understanding the function of mouse buttons
  • Toolbars
  • Hot Keys

Part Sketching & Modelling

  • Sketch geometry and relations
  • Basic Part modelling
  • Boss and cut extrudes
  • Modelling a casting or forging
  • Adding intelligence to solid features
  • Revolves and patterns
  • Complex cylindrical parts and patterns
  • Draft, shells, ribs and text features

Editing Features

  • Editing options
  • Configurations of parts
  • Design aspects a single part
  • Editing and repairing features in a part

Wireframe and Surface Modelling

  • Introduction to Wireframe and Surface Design workbench
  • Creating Wireframe Elements
  • Creating Surfaces
  • Configuration and Editing of Surfaces

Assembly Modelling

  • Introduction to Assembly Workbench
  • Creating Bottom-up Assemblies
  • Creating Bottom-down Assemblies
  • Build and analyze for fit and function
  • Detailing
  • Create views, annotations and BOM
  • Tools options, templates and support
  • Projects











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