SolidWorks solid modeling computer-aided design (CAD). Solidworks also is known as “DSS Solidworks”. DSS means the Dassault System, the developer of CAD software. This CAD software, which helps to create 2D & 3D models without any complexity, faster and in a cost-efficient way

According to a survey Solidworks selected as high productivity CAD software. It provides better design visualization, design better product, faster design iteration, and design with fewer errors, creates more aesthetic design & product and also meets the client /customer requirements.

The SolidWorks have a high range of applications in industries such as Aerospace, Defense, Automotive, Transportation, Heavy Equipments, Machinery, Construction, Electronics, product design, and other engineering services. The DSS Solidworks also corps also developed other software products. The CAD modeler is not limited to mechanical engineers; other engineering streams (Especially for Electrical & Civil) and product designer can convert new product ideas into reality.

DURATION: 80 hrs.

Sketch Entities – Inference line, Centerline line, Line, Circle, Arc, Ellipse, Rectangle, Slots, Polygon, Parabola, Ellipse, Partial Ellipse, Spline, Spline tools, Spline on surface, Equation driven curve, Points, Text, Construction geometry, Snap, grid
Sketch Tools - Fillet, Chamfer, Offset, Convert entities, Intersection curve, Face curve, Trim, Extend, Split, Jog Line, Construction Geometry, Mirror, Dynamic Mirror, Move, Copy, Rotate, Scale, Stretch, Sketch pattern , Polygon, Make path, Close Sketch To Model, Sketch picture, Check Sketch for Feature, Area hatch/Fill
Blocks – Make block, Edit block, Insert block, Add/Remove Entities, Rebuild, Save, Explode
Relations - Adding Sketch Relation, Automatic relations
Dimensioning - Smart, Horizontal, Vertical, Ordinate, Horizontal ordinate, Vertical ordinate, Align ordinate, Fully define sketch. Sketch Diagnosis, Sketch Xpert, 3D Sketching, Rapid Sketch

Part Modeling Tools Creating reference planes
Creating Extrude features – Direction1, Direction2, From option, Thin feature, Applying draft, Selecting contours
Creating Revolve features – Selecting Axis, Thin features, Selecting contours
Creating Swept features - Selecting, Profile and Path, Orientation/twist type, Path Alignment, Guide Curves, Start/End tangency, Thin feature
Creating Loft features – Selecting Profiles, Guide curves, Start/End
Constraints, Centerline parameters, Sketch tools, Close loft. Selecting geometries – Selection Manager, Multiple Body concepts Creating Reference - points, axis, coordinates
Creating curves - Split curve, Project curve, Composite curve, Curve through points, Helix and Spiral
Creating Fillet features
Inserting Hole types

Reference, Geometry Reference Planes Creating New Planes Creating Reference Axes, Creating Reference Points, Creating Reference Coordinate Systems
Creating Chamfer, Shell, Rib
Creating Pattern - Linear pattern, Circular pattern, Sketch driven pattern, Curve driven pattern, Table driven pattern, Fill pattern, mirror
Advanced Modeling Tools- Dome, Freeform, Shape feature, Deform, indent, Flex

Inserting Fastening features- Mounting boss, snap hook, Snap hook groove, Vent
Environment & Utilities - Working with views and manipulating views, Troubleshooting Inserting Library feature, Adding Configuration, Inserting Design table, System options, Measuring Geometries, Calculating Mass, Properties, Feature Statistics, Working With Equations

Introduction to Assembly Modeling & Approaches – Top-down and Bottom-up approach
Applying Standard Mates- Coincident, Parallel, Perpendicular, Tangent, Concentric, Lock, Distance, Angle
Applying Advanced Mates – Symmetric, Width, Path Mate, Linear/Linear Coupler, and Limit Mate
Applying Mechanical Mates – Cam, Hinge, Gear, Rack Pinion, Screw, and Universal Joint, Applying Smart mates, Applying Mate reference
Manipulating Components - Replacing Components, Rotating Components, Move Components, Collision Detection, Physical Dynamics, Dynamic Clearance, Detecting Interference
Creating Pattern - Assembly Pattern, Mirror
Creating Explode Views
Top-Down Design – Layout Sketch, Work Part In the Context of an Assembly Smart Components, Smart Fasteners, Physical Simulation

Surface Modeling tools
Creating Extrude, Revolve, Swept, loft, Boundary surface.
Inserting Planar Surface, Offset Surface, Radiate Surface.
Extending a surface, Surface fill, Ruled Surface, Trimming Surface, Mid surface, Replace Face, Delete face, Untrim surface, Knit surface, Thickening a Surface, Move Face

Generating Drawing Views, Introduction To Angle Of Projection
Generating Views - Generating Model View, Projected Views, Inserting Standard 3 View View creation relative to model, Inserting predefined views, empty views, Auxiliary Views, Detailed Views, Crop view, Broken –Out, Section, Broken Views, Section View, Aligned Section View, Alternate Position View, Working assembly specific view, Drawing properties, Manipulating views
Creating Dimensions – Smart, Horizontal, Vertical, Baseline, Ordinate, Horizontal Ordinate, Vertical Ordinate, Chamfer, Attach Dimensions, Align Collinear/Radial, Align Parallel/Concentric, Model Dimensions, Auto dimension, Dim Xpert, Annotations, Spell check
Inserting Annotations - Datum Features, Geometric Tolerance, Surface Finish, Jog Leaders, Hole Callout, Datum Target, Dowel Pins, Area Hatch, Cosmetic Thread, Balloon, Centre Mark, Centre Lines, Layers, Working With Tables, Bill Of Materials, Hole Table, Sheets And Templates, Sheet Format.

Sheet Metal Design - Concepts in Sheet metal design bend allowance bend deduction, K- factor, Inserting Base Flange, Sheet Metal Tab, Edge Flange, Miter Flange, Hem, Jog.
Creating Break Corner/Corner Trim, Closed Corners, Rip. Inserting Sketched Bend, Fold/Unfold, Forming Tools. Inserting Cross Break, Welded Corner. Adding Corner Trim, Lofted Trim Conversion Of Solid Body To Sheet Metal.
Working with import data - Importing In SolidWorks, Editing Imported Features, Feature Recognition, 2d To 3d Conversion

Stress or static analysis calculates the displacements, strains, and stresses in a part based on material, fixtures, and loads. A material fails when the stress reaches a certain level. Different materials fail at different stress levels. Simulation Xpress uses linear static analysis, based on the Finite Element Method, to calculate stresses. Linear static analysis makes several assumptions to calculate stresses in the part.

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