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SolidWorks Training

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Course Fee:  25,000

Duration:  4 Weeks

Timing: 9AM-11AM, 11AM-1PM, 1PM-3PM, 3PM-5PM, 5PM-7PM, 7PM-9PM

 

Prerequisites:

Mechanical design experience; experience with the Windows operating system.

Course Outline of SolidWorks Training Course

Burraq Engineering Solutions is The Best Technical Training Institute in Lahore working for last 9 years having 9000+ happy students. BES have fully trained fucality that will give you hands-on training in all Electrical Engineering & Electrical Automation courses. You all fresh graduates, your engineers and professional are invited to join BES to get skillsful training. SolidWorks Essentials teaches you how to use the SolidWorks mechanical design automation software to build parametric models of parts and assemblies, and how to make drawings of those parts and assemblies.
The main topics covered include:

Lesson 1: SolidWorks Basics and the User Interface

  • Design Intent
  • File References
  • Opening Files
  • The SolidWorks User Interface
  • Using the Command Manager

Lesson 2: Introduction to Sketching

  • 2D Sketching
  • Saving Files
  • What are We Going to Sketch?
  • Sketching
  • Sketch Entities
  • Basic Sketching
  • Rules That Govern Sketches
  • Design Intent
  • Sketch Relations
  • Dimensions
  • Extrude
  • Sketching Guidelines

Lesson 3: Basic Part Modeling

  • Basic Modeling
  • Terminology
  • Choosing the Best Prole
  • Choosing the Sketch Plane
  • Details of the Part
  • Boss Feature
  • Sketching on a Planar Face
  • Cut Feature
  • View Selector
  • Using the Hole Wizard
  • Filleting
  • Editing Tools
  • Detailing Basics
  • Drawing Views
  • Center Marks
  • Dimensioning
  • Changing Parameters

Lesson 4: Symmetry and Draft

  • Boss Feature with Draft
  • Symmetry in the Sketch
  • Sketching Inside the Model
  • View Options
  • Using Model Edges in a Sketch
  • Creating Trimmed Sketch Geometry
  • Creating Views of Assemblies

Lesson 5: Patterning

  • Why Use Patterns?
  • Linear Pattern
  • Circular Patterns
  • Reference Geometry
  • Planes
  • Mirror Patterns
  • Using Pattern Seed Only
  • Sketch Driven Patterns

Lesson 6: Revolved Features

  • Revolved Features
  • Building the Rim
  • Building the Spoke
  • Edit Material
  • Mass Properties
  • File Properties
  • SolidWorks SimulationXpress
  • Using SolidWorks SimulationXpress
  • The SimulationXpress Interface

Lesson 7: Shelling and Ribs

  • Shelling and Ribs
  • Analyzing and Adding Draft
  • Other Options for Draft
  • Shelling
  • Ribs
  • Full Round Fille
  • Thin Features

Lesson 8: Editing: Repairs

  • Part Editing
  • Editing Topics
  • Sketch Issues
  • Freezing Features
  • FilletXpert

Lesson 9: Editing: Design Changes

  • Part Editing
  • Design Changes
  • Information From a Model
  • Rebuilding Tools
  • Replace Sketch Entity
  • Sketch Contours

Lesson 10: Configurations

  • Configurations
  • Using Configurations
  • Other Methods to Creat Configurations
  • Using Global Variables and Equations
  • Creating Equalities
  • Global Variables
  • Designing the Overall Width
  • Equations
  • Creating a Minimum Edge Distance
  • Modeling Strategies for Congurations
  • Editing Parts that Have Congurations
  • Design Library
  • In the Advanced Course…

Lesson 11: Using Drawings

  • More About Making Drawings
  • Section View
  • Model Views
  • Broken View
  • Detail Views
  • Drawing Sheets and Sheet Formats
  • Projected Views
  • Annotations

Lesson 12: Bottom-Up Assembly
Modeling

  • Creating a New Assembly
  • Position of the First Component
  • Feature Manager Design Tree and
  • Symbols
  • Adding Components
  • Mating Components
  • Using Part Congurations in assemblies
  • Sub-assemblies
  • Smart Mates
  • Inserting Sub-assemblies
  • Pack and Go

Lesson 13: Using Assemblies

  • Using Assemblies
  • Analyzing the Assembly
  • Checking for Clearances
  • Changing the Values of Dimensions
  • Exploded Assemblies
  • Explode Line Sketch
  • Bill of Materials
  • Assembly Drawings

 

What is SolidWork?

SolidWorks is an original 3D design software based on Windows system. With its easy-to-use and friendly interface, SolidWorks can fully automatically capture design intent and guide design changes during the entire product design work. In the assembly design of SolidWorks, you can directly refer to the existing parts to generate new parts. Regardless of whether the design uses a “top-down” method or a “bottom-up” method for assembly design, SolidWorks will greatly improve design efficiency with its easy-to-use operations. SolidWorks has a comprehensive part solid modeling function, and its richness sometimes exceeds the designer’s expectations. With the annotation and detail drawing tools of SolidWorks, you can quickly generate complete engineering drawings that conform to the actual product representation. SolidWorks has all relevant sheet metal design capabilities. The design of sheet metal parts can either design a three-dimensional product first, or design it according to a flat plan. SolidWorks software provides a complete and free development tool (API).

Users can use Microsoft Visual Basic, Visual C++ or other programming languages that support OLE to create their own application solutions. Through the data conversion interface, SolidWorks can easily integrate almost all mechanical CAD software in the current market into the current design environment. In order to compare and evaluate different design schemes, reduce design errors, and increase output, SolidWorks’ strong solid modeling capabilities and easy-to-use and friendly Windows interface have formed the standard for 3D product design. Mechanical engineers, whether they have CAD experience or not, can use SolidWorks to improve work efficiency, enabling companies to put products on the market faster with lower costs and better quality. The most significant thing is that the investment in SolidWorks is easy to bear, which allows all personnel involved in engineering design to perform three-dimensional design on the computer on their desktop.

 

User Interface of SolidWorks

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Sketch design of SolidWorks Software

All parts of SolidWorks software are based on sketches. The improvement of sketch functions will directly affect the improvement of the editing ability of parts. In Solidworks, the spline editing control function is added. When the spline is in the editing state, a small triangle arrow will appear on the spline curve. When the small symbol is dragged along the spline curve, the direction of the arrow will continue to change to indicate the different curvature of each point. When dragging along the arrow, the curvature of the spline changes in real time. The addition of this function makes it easier for users of SolidWorks to control the shape of parts. Due to the introduction of 3D splines, the 3D sketch function has been significantly improved. The user can directly control any point in the three-dimensional space to achieve the purpose of controlling the three-dimensional spline, thereby directly controlling the shape of the sketch. This is very convenient for users who create wire-wound cable and piping designs.

Surface Modeling of Solidwork Software

Perhaps because SolidWorks was too good in solid and parametric design before, people may ignore its powerful functions in surface modeling. In Solidworks, after the surface is created, the surface can be extended in many ways. You can extend the surface to an existing surface, stitch with it or extend it to a specified solid surface, or enter a fixed extension length, or directly drag its red arrow handle to drag the boundary to the desired position in real time.

In addition, the current surface can be trimmed, it can be trimmed with a solid, or it can be trimmed with another complex surface. First, select a specific surface as the cutting tool, which is indicated in green; then, select the part of the surface to be kept, indicated in light green; the part of the surface that is not selected, indicated in gray, will be cut immediately. You can also bend two surfaces or one surface and one entity, and the SolidWorks software will maintain its correlation, that is, when one of them changes, the other will change accordingly.

Basic Features of SolidWorks

SolidWorks has added new features to the processing of the guide fillet, which makes the chamfering function more powerful. On the basis of the original feature array, new features have also been added. Use the XY coordinate value series to directly generate a table-driven array. The sketch used in the sketch-driven array can be used as a template for the new array.

For engineers designing plastic parts, it is more convenient to use Solidworks. Solidworks’s design of thin-walled plastic parts takes into account that one surface is open, and the user does not need to manually specify a certain surface to be open. The creation of ribs is more convenient. You can create the outline of the ribs in any view, preview it first, and then generate the ribs. For mold designers, the XYZ scaling factor can also be used to directly generate mold cavities.

In addition, the newly-added hole-punching guide left a deep impression on people. Users can directly click on the size of bolts. All relevant data can be found automatically in the electronic version of the mechanical parts manual.

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