SOLIDWORKS Advanced Part Modeling

SOLIDWORKS Advanced Part Modeling Course Description

Duration: 3.00 days (24 hours)

The SolidWorks Advanced Part Modeling teaches you how to use multibody solids, sweeping and lofting features, and the more advanced shaping capabilities of SOLIDWORKS.

The candidates must have following their computer system.

Software : SOLIDWORKS 2017, JavaScript™
Internet- High Speed Connection(DSL or better), Badwidth - 1 Mbps or better (broadband recommended) for simultaneous screen sharing, video and audio conferencing
Operating System - Windows XP or later, Windows 2008 Server and 2008 RT or later , (Linux is not supported)
Browser (any of these) - Internet Explorer® v9 or later, Mozilla® Firefox® v34 or later, Google Chrome™ v39 or later
Other - Microphone and speakers (built-in or USB headset) While most computers have built-in microphones and speakers, you will get much better audio quality if you use a headset or handset.

Next Class Dates

Dec 11, 2017 – Dec 18, 2017
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM CT
519 8th Avenue, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10018
New York, NY 10018
Jan 15, 2018 – Jan 17, 2018
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM CT
519 8th Avenue, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10018
New York, NY 10018
Feb 12, 2018 – Feb 14, 2018
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM CT
519 8th Avenue, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10018
New York, NY 10018

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Course Prerequisites for SOLIDWORKS Advanced Part Modeling

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SOLIDWORKS Advanced Part Modeling Course Objectives

  • » Sketching with Splines
  • » Multibody Solids: How They Work
  • » Uses of Multibody Solids
  • » Introduction to Sweeping
  • » Working with Curves
  • » Advanced Sweeping
  • » Lofts
  • » Other Advanced Tools

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SOLIDWORKS Advanced Part Modeling Course Outline

      1. Multibody Design Techniques
        1. Multibody Solids
        2. Multibody Techniques
        3. Case Study:Multibody Design
        4. Introducing: Solid Bodies Folder
        5. Feature Scope
        6. Patterning Bodies
        7. Tool Body Technique
        8. Introducing: Insert Part
        9. Introducing: Move/Copy Bodies
        10. Combining Bodies
        11. Common Bodies
        12. Intersect with Solid Bodies
        13. Introducing: Intersect
        14. Calculating Internal Volume
        15. Local Operations
        16. Indent Feature
        17. Introducing: Indent
        18. Deleting Solid Bodies
        19. Introducing: Delete Body
      2. Saving Solid Bodies
        1. Saving Solid Bodies as Parts and Assemblies
        2. Using Cut to Create Multiple Bodies
        3. Insert into New Part
        4. Saving Bodies
        5. Modeling for Rapid Tooling
        6. Splitting a Part into Multiple Bodies
        7. Introducing: Split
        8. Creating an Assembly
        9. Using Split Part with Legacy Data
      3. Sketching with Splines
        1. Curves in Sketches
        2. Splines
        3. Introducing: Spline Tools
        4. Evaluating Curvature Combs
        5. Introducing: The Control Polygon
        6. Introducing: Spline Handles
        7. Analyzing Solid Geometry
        8. Introducing: Display Curvature
        9. Introducing: Zebra Stripes
        10. Style Spline
        11. Sketch Picture
        12. Fit Spline
      4. Introduction to Sweeping
        1. Sweeping
        2. Case Study: Faux Raised Panel Door
        3. Sweep with Guide Curves
        4. Case Study: Bottle Body
        5. Pierce Relation
        6. Sweep with Guide Curves
        7. The SelectionManager
        8. Case Study: Hanger Bracket
        9. Symmetrical Splines
        10. Dome Feature
      5. Working with Curves
        1. Curve Features
        2. Case Study: Modeling a Spring
        3. Sweeping Along a 3D Path
        4. 3D Sketching
        5. Helix Curve
        6. Introducing: Projected Curve
        7. Composite Curve
        8. Applying the Label Outline to the Bottle
        9. Performance Considerations
        10. Modeling Threads
        11. Blower Housing
        12. Sweeping Along Model Edges
        13. Introducing: Split Line
      6. Advanced Sweeping
        1. Sweep Options
        2. Orientation and Twist Control
        3. Introducing: Intersection Curve
        4. Face Curves
        5. Align with End Faces
        6. Solid Sweep
        7. Defining Twist
        8. Introducing: Equation Driven Curve
      7. Boundary Feature and Lofting
        1. Comparing Complex Features
        2. How Lofting and Boundary Work
        3. Loft vs Boundary Feature
        4. Introducing: Loft
        5. Boundary Feature
        6. Using Derived and Copied Sketches
        7. Copying a Sketch
        8. Modify Sketch
        9. Introducing: Modify Sketch
        10. Derived Sketches
        11. Introducing: Derived Sketch5
        12. Boundary Preview Options
        13. Sketch Block and Library Feature Profiles
        14. Additional Curves in Loft and Boundary
        15. Centerline Lofting
        16. Loft Preview Options
        17. Introducing: Split Entities
        18. Cleaning Up a Model
        19. Deleting Faces
        20. Introducing: Delete Face
        21. Evaluating Edges
        22. Introducing: Deviation Analysis
        23. Lofting with Guide Curves
        24. Curve Influence
        25. Hook Using Boundary
        26. Conics
        27. Introducing: Curve Through XYZ
        28. Sketch Blocks
      8. Other Advanced Tools
        1. Advanced Filleting
        2. Delete Face: Delete and Fill
        3. Wrap Feature
        4. Introducing: Wrap
        5. Deform Feature
        6. Introducing: Deform
        7. Introducing: Knit Surface
        8. Direct Editing
        9. Introducing: Move Face

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