299500

 

Length: 30 days access for each, individual course from the day the course is started. Each course has a separate start and end date. Courses can be taken simultaneously or separately.  

Prerequisites: Access to SOLIDWORKS 2020 or newer.  experience with the Windows® operating system

Description:  This training bundle includes SOLIDWORKS Essentials, Advanced Part Modeling, Assembly Modeling, Large Assembly Performance, Advanced Drawings, Advanced Surface Modeling, Advanced Sheet Metal, Mold Design, Weldment Design, CAM Standard and Routing. 

GoEngineer's Supported, Self-paced Training is different than other online training courses. Rather than being on your own to understand the material, our students are able to work with our US-based team of Certified SOLIDWORKS Instructors to make sure you understand the material and that you're learning the concepts you need to be successful.

Our instructor team is available Monday-Friday from 7am-7pm CST.

Students can schedule Office Hours with our team at the link below, or, you can call our team for on-demand help by using the toll-free number (866) 731-0091.

Click this link to Schedule Office Hours with a Certified SOLIDWORKS Instructor

Topics covered in the SOLIDWORKS Essentials course:

  1. Introduction to SOLIDWORKS Essentials
  2. SOLIDWORKS Basics & the User Interface
  3. Introduction to Sketching
  4. Basic Part Modeling
  5. Symmetry & Draft
  6. Patterning
  7. Revolved Features
  8. Shelling & Ribs
  9. Editing: Repairs
  10. Editing: Design Changes
  11. Configurations
  12. Global Variables & Equations
  13. Using Drawings
  14. BONUS SECTION: Certified SOLIDWORKS Associate Prep (CSWA)

Topics covered in the Advanced Part Modeling course:

  1. Multibody Design Techniques
  2. Saving Solid Bodies
  3. Sketching with Splines
  4. Introduction to Sweeping
  5. 3D Sketching and Curve Features
  6. Threads and Library Features Parts
  7. Advanced Sweeping
  8. Introduction to Loft and Boundary Features
  9. Advanced Loft and Boundary Features
  10. Advanced Filleting and Other Features

Topics covered in the Assembly Modeling course:

  1. Advanced Mate Techniques
  2. Top-Down Assembly Modeling
  3. Assembly Features and Smart Components
  4. Assembly Editing
  5. Using Configurations with Assemblies
  6. Display States and Appearances
  7. Large Assemblies
  8. Facility Layout
  9. Using SOLIDWORKS Treehouse

Topics covered in the Large Assembly Performance for SOLIDWORKS course:

  1. Optimized Settings
  2. Hardware Preparation
  3. Component Settings
  4. Assemblies Format Optimization

Topics covered in the Advanced Drawings course:

  1. Review of the Basics
  2. Understanding Drawing Templates
  3. Customizing the Sheet Format
  4. Saving and Testing the Sheet Format File
  5. Creating Additional Sheet Formats and Templates
  6. Advanced Options for Drawing Views
  7. Understanding Annotation Views
  8. Advanced Detailing Tools
  9. Using Layers, Styles, and the Design Library
  10. Advanced Options for BOM Templates
  11. Additional SOLIDWORKS Tables
  12. Additional Drawing Tools
  13. Managing Performance

Topics covered in the Mold Design Course:

  1. Surface Concepts and Imported Geometry
  2. Core and Cavity
  3. Side Cores and Pins
  4. Advanced Parting Line Options
  5. Creating Custom Surfaces for Mold Design
  6. Advanced Surfacing for Mold Design
  7. Alternative Methods for Mold Design
  8. Reusable Data
  9. Completing the Mold Base

Topics covered in the Weldment Design course:

  1. Weldment Features
  2. Working with Weldments
  3. Configuring and Detailing Weldments
  4. Working with Bent Structural Members
  5. Structure Systems

Topics covered in the Advanced Sheet Metal course:

  1. Basic Flange Features
  2. Working with the Flat Pattern
  3. Additional Sheet Metal Techniques
  4. Converting to Sheet Metal
  5. Multibody Sheet Metal Parts
  6. Forming Tools and Gussets
  7. Additional Sheet Metal Functions

Topics covered in the Advanced Surface Modeling course:

  1. Understanding Surfaces
  2. Introduction to Surfacing
  3. Solid-Surface Hybrid Modeling
  4. Repairing and Editing Imported Geometry
  5. Blends and Patches
  6. Complex Blends
  7. Advanced Surface Modeling
  8. Master Model Techniques

Topics covered in the CAM Standard course:

  1. SOLIDWORKS CAM Basics and User Interface
  2. Automatic Feature Recognition (AFR) and Operation Modification
  3. Interactive Feature Recognition (IFR)
  4. Interactive Operations
  5. Merging Feature and Operations
  6. Avoid and Contain Areas
  7. Pattern Feature and Mirror Toolpaths
  8. Advanced Features and Operations
  9. Customizing the Technology Database

Topics covered in the Routing: Piping and Tubing Course:

  1. Fundamentals of Routing
  2. Piping Routes
  3. Piping Fittings
  4. Tubing Routes
  5. Piping and Tubing Changes
  6. Creating Routing Components
  7. Using P&ID Files
  8. Electrical Ducting, Cable Tray, and HVAC Routes
  9. Piping Skids
  10. Using SOLIDWORKS Content
    SOLIDWORKS Complete CAD Designer - Self Paced Training (supported)
    299500

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