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CAD Courses

  • Course Name: SOLIDWORKS Transition
  • Course Code: CAD-X
  • Course Length: 1 Days (10 AM to 4 PM)

Course Description

The aim of the course is to seamlessly transition existing Solid Edge, CREO users to
SOLIDWORKS, ensuring minimal disruption to current working practices. This course will
train the users the most commonly used tools to create some basic part components, to
be then used in the assembly environment to create a finished product. This product
will then be taken into the drafting environment to produce a detailed production
drawing.

Content
  • Generic User Interface
  • Part Modelling
  • Assembly modelling
  • Drafting
  • Course Name: Introduction to CAD Design
  • Course Code: CAD-1
  • Course Length: 2 Days (10 AM to 4 PM)

Course Description

This Course teaches you how to use the SOLIDWORKS mechanical design automation software to build parametric models of parts.

Content
  • SOLIDWORKS Basics and the User Interface
  • Introduction to Sketching
  • Basic Part Modeling
  • Symmetry and Draft
  • Patterning
  • Revolved Features
  • Shelling and Ribs
  • Configurations
  • Global Variables and Equations
  • Course Name: Advance Part Modelling
  • Course Code : CAD-02
  • Course Length : 3 Days (10 AM to 4 PM)

Course Description

Advanced Part Modeling teaches you how to use multibody solids, sweeping and lofting features, and the more advanced shaping capabilities of SOLIDWORKS.
 Content
  • Multibody Design Techniques
  • Saving Solid Bodies
  • Sketching with Splines
  • Introduction to Sweeping
  • 3D Sketching and Curve Features
  • Threads and Library Feature Parts
  • Advanced Sweeping
  • Introduction to Loft and Boundary Features
  • Advanced Loft and Boundary Features
  • Advanced Filleting and Other Features
  • Course Name : Assembly Modelling
  • Course Code : CAD-03
  • Course Length : 3 Days (10 AM to 4 PM)

Course Description

Content
  • Bottom-Up Assembly Modeling
  • Using Assemblies
  • Advanced Mate Techniques
  • Top-Down Assembly Modeling
  • Assembly Features and Smart Components
  • Assembly Editing
  • Using Configurations with Assemblies

 

 

  • Course Name : 2D Drawing & Details
  • Course Code : CAD-04
  • Course Length : 3 Days (10 AM to 4 PM)

Course Description

This course teaches you how to make drawings of SOLIDWORKS parts and assemblies.

Content
  • Understanding Drawing Templates
  • Customizing the Sheet Format
  • Saving and Testing the Sheet Format File
  • Creating Additional Sheet Formats and Templates
  • Advanced Options for Drawing Views
  • Understanding Annotation Views
  • Advanced Detailing Tools
  • Using Layers, Styles and the Design Library
  • Advanced Options for BOM Tables
  • Course Name : Surface Designing
  • Course Code : CAD-05
  • Course Length : 3 Days (10 AM to 4 PM)

Course Description

Surface Modeling teaches you how to build freeform shapes using SOLIDWORKS mechanical design automation software.

Content
  • Understanding Surfaces
  • Introduction to Surfacing
  • Solid-Surface Hybrid Modeling
  • Blends and Patches
  • Complex Blends
  • Course Name : Sheet Metal Designing
  • Course Code : CAD-06
  • Course Length : 2 Days (10 AM to 4 PM)

Course Description

Sheet Metal teaches you how to build sheet metal parts using SOLIDWORKS mechanical design automation software. Building standalone sheet metal parts, and converting conventional parts to sheet metal, including in assembly context, are covered.

Content
  • Basic Flange Features
  • Working with the Flat Pattern
  • Additional Sheet Metal Techniques
  • Converting to Sheet Metal
  • Multibody Sheet Metal Parts
  • Forming Tools and Gussets
  • Course Name : Weldment
  • Course Length : 1 Days (10 AM to 4 PM)
  • Course Code : CAD-07

Course Description

Weldments teaches you how to create welded structures with standard structural members. Weld beads are also covered.

  • Weldment Features
  • Working with Weldments
  • Configuring and Detailing Weldments
  • Working with Bent Structural Members
  • Introduction to Structure System
  • Course Name : Piping & Tubing
  • Course Length : 2 Days (10 AM to 4 PM)
  • Course Code : CAD-08

Course Description

Routing – Piping and Tubing explains how to create, edit and manage Piping and Tubing routes, from the critical routing components and their design requirements to the subassemblies that contain the routes.
  • Fundamentals of Routing
  • Piping Routes
  • Piping Fittings
  • Tubing Routes
  • Piping and Tubing Changes
  • Creating Routing Components
  • Using P&ID Files
  • Course Name : Mould Designing
  • Course Length : 2 Days (10 AM to 4 PM)
  • Course Code : CAD-09

Course Description

Mold Design Using SOLIDWORKS teaches you several manual mold creation techniques and how to use the Mold Tools in SOLIDWORKS mechanical design automation software.

  • Surface Concepts and Imported Geometry
  • Core and Cavity
  • Side Cores and Pins
  • Advanced Parting Line Options
  • Creating Custom Surfaces for Mold Design
  • Advanced Surfacing for Mold Design
  • Alternative Methods for Mold Design
  • Completing the Mold Base
  • Course Name: Electrical Routing
  • Course Length : 2 Days (10 AM to 4 PM)
  • Course Code: CAD-10

Course Description

Routing – Electrical explains how to create, edit and manage Electrical routes, from the
critical routing components and their design requirements to the sub-assemblies that
contain the routes.

  • Fundamentals of Routing
  • Basic Electrical Routing
  • Routing with Clips
  • Electrical Routing Components
  • Standard Cables
  • Electrical Data Import
  • Electrical Drawings
  • Electrical Ribbon Cables
  • Electrical Conduits
  • Course Name: SOLIDWORKS File Management
  • Course Length: 1 Days (10 AM to 4 PM)
  • Course Code: CAD-11

Course Description

SOLIDWORKS File Management teaches you how to manage files within SOLIDWORKS.
This course should be taken before any of the SOLIDWORKS Enterprise PDM courses,
and is also ideal for any SOLIDWORKS user not using SOLIDWORKS Enterprise PDM. It
includes explanations of the SOLIDWORKS file structure, file references, file
associativity, and how to manage a multi-user environment.

  • SOLIDWORKS File Structure
  • Saving Files
  • File References
  • Shared Files
  • Course Name: SOLIDWORKS API Fundamentals
  • Course Length: 3 Days (10 AM to 4 PM)
  • Course Code: CAD-12

Course Description

API Fundamentals teaches you how to use the SOLIDWORKS API (Application
Programming Interface) to automate and customize SOLIDWORKS.

  • Using the Macro Recorder
  • The API Object Model
  • Setting System Options and Document Properties
  • Automating Part Design
  • Assembly Automation
  • Drawing Automation
  • Selection and Traversal Techniques
  • Adding Custom Properties and Attributes
  • The SOLIDWORKS API SDK
  • Customizing the SOLIDWORKS User Interface
  • Notifications

Electrical Courses

  • Course Name: SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic
  • Course Length: 2 Days (10 AM to 4 PM)
  • Course Code: Elec - 01

Course Description

The goal of this course is to teach you how to use SOLIDWORKS Electrical to optimize
your drawings and designs for manufacturability so you can maximize quality, avoid
rework and decrease time to market.

  • Projects
  • Single Line Diagrams
  • Cabling
  • Creating Schematics
  • Cross Referencing the Single Line Diagram
  • Control Drawings
  • Managing Origin-Destination Arrows
  • Programmable Logic Controllers
  • Macros
  • Editing the PLC Drawing
  • Reports
  • Course Name: SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D
  • Course Length: 1 Day (10 AM to 4 PM)
  • Course Code: Elec - 02

Course Description

The goal of this course is to teach you how to use SOLIDWORKS Electrical to optimize
your drawings and designs for manufacturability so you can maximize quality, avoid
rework and decrease time to market.

  • Adding a Cabinet
  • Inserting Components in the Cabinet
  • Adding Door Components
  • Propagating 2D Changes to 3D
  • Routing Wires

CAM Courses

  • Course Name : Introduction to CAM Milling
  • Course Length : 2 Days (10 AM to 4 PM)
  • Course Code : CAM-01

Course Description

This course teaches how to use the SOLIDWORKS CAM Standard software to generate, modify and post process 2.5 axis milling toolpaths used for the machining of SOLIDWORKS part files.

Content
  • SOLIDWORKS CAM Basics and User Interface
  • Automatic Feature Recognition (AFR) and Operation Modification
  • Interactive Feature Recognition
  • Interactive Operations
  • Merging Features and Operations
  • Avoid and Contain Areas
  • Pattern Features and Mirror Toolpaths
  • Course Name : 3-Axis CAM Milling
  • Course Code : CAM-02
  • Course Length : 3 Days (10 AM to 4 PM)

Course Description

This course is intended to teach the user how to use CAMWorks to create 3 axis toolpaths for the machining of parts created in SOLIDWORKS.
Content
  • CAMWorks Basic and User interface
  • Multi-Surface Features
  • Avoid and Contain Areas, toolpath limits
  • Inserting operations, common Operation Parameters
  • Area Clearance and Z Level Operation Parameters
  • Pattern Project
  • Constant Stepover
  • Pencil Mill
  • Curve Project
  • 3 Axis Undercut

CAE Courses

  • Course Name : Introduction to Simulation
  • Course Length : 3 Days (10 AM to 4 PM)
  • Course Code : CAE-01

Course Description

This course is designed to make SOLIDWORKS users productive more quickly with the SOLIDWORKS Simulation Bundle. This course will provide an in-depth coverage on the basics of Finite Element Analysis (FEA), covering the entire analysis process from meshing to evaluation of results for parts and assemblies. The class discusses linear stress analysis, gap/contact analysis, and best practices.

Content
  • The Analysis Process
  • The Analysis Process
  • Assembly Analysis with Contacts
  • Symmetrical and Free Self-Equilibrated Assemblies
  • Assembly Analysis with Connectors and Mesh Refinement
  • Compatible / Incompatible Meshes
  • Analysis of Thin Components
  • Mixed Meshing Shells & Solids
  • Beam Elements- Analysis of a Conveyor Frame
  • Mixed Meshing Solids, Beams & Shells
  • Design Study
  • Thermal Stress Analysis
  • Adaptive Meshing

Large Displacement Analysis

  • Course Name: SOLIDWORKS Simulation Professional
  • Course Length: 1 Day (10 AM to 4 PM)
  • Course Code : CAE-02

Course Description

This course is designed to make SOLIDWORKS Simulation users productive with the
SOLIDWORKS Simulation Professional extension. This 1 day course will provide an indepth coverage on the advanced topics in Finite Element Analysis (FEA) including heat
transfer analysis, frequency analysis, fatigue, stability analysis based on the linear
buckling concepts, 2D simulations (plane stress, strain and axisymmetry) and pressure
vessel modulus. Example or parts and assemblies including those with various
gap/contact conditions are reviewed.

Content
  • Frequency Analysis of Parts
  • Frequency Analysis of Assemblies
  • Buckling Analysis
  • Thermal Analysis
  • Thermal Analysis with Radiation
  • Advanced Thermal Stress2D Simplification
  • Fatigue Analysis
  • Advanced Fatigue Analysis
  • Drop Test Analysis
  • Optimization Analysis
  • Pressure Vessel Analysis
  • Course Name: SOLIDWORKS Plastics Professional
  • Course Length: 1 Day (10 AM to 4 PM)
  • Course Code: CAE-03

Course Description

The SOLIDWORKS Plastics course teaches you how to use specialized simulation
software tools to predict how melted plastic flows during the injection moulding
process. Predicting how the plastic will flow enables you to predict manufacturing
defects such as weld lines, air traps, short shots, and sink marks. By predicting these
defects, you can change the part or mould geometry, the processing conditions, or the
plastic material itself to eliminate or minimize them, saving energy, material, time, and
money.

Content
  • Basic Flow Analysis
  • Detecting Air Traps
  • Detecting Short Shots
  • The Model Manager
  • Course Name: SOLIDWORKS Plastics Premium
  • Course Length: 1 Day (10 AM to 4 PM)
  • Course Code: CAE-04

Course Description

The SOLIDWORKS Plastics course teaches you how to use specialized simulation
software tools to predict how melted plastic flows during the injection moulding
process. Predicting how the plastic will flow enables you to predict manufacturing
defects such as weld lines, air traps, short shots, and sink marks. By predicting these
defects, you can change the part or mould geometry, the processing conditions, or the
plastic material itself to eliminate or minimize them, saving energy, material, time, and
money

Content
  • Gate Locations and Sink Marks
  • Multiple Cavity Moulds
  • Runner-Balancing
  • Gate Freeze
  • Optimizing Cooling Time
  • Using Inserts
  • Mesh Repairs

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