Duration: 12h 13m | 17 sections | 132 lectures | Video: 1280×720, 44 KHz | 8.87 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + Sub
Learn SolidWorks Mechanical CAD Hands-On. 3D Design And Analyse Complete V6 Engine Parts From Scratch. For Beginners
What you’ll learn
Learn how to create basic parts using SolidWorks.
Completely Hands On: Follow along with the instruction.
Learn How SolidWorks is Used In Engineering Design.
Get Familiar With The SolidWorks Software.
No prior knowledge of SolidWorks required.
Software required: SolidWorks 2017 or Higher.
1. Efficient 3D design
SOLIDWORKS is an easy to use parametric design modular, meaning you can easily edit the design at any stage in the design process. RealView graphics allow you to visualise your design in real time whilst PhotoView 360 can create sophisticated photo realistic renderings and animations. Both tools will give you a fantastic insight into the way your design will look without it actually being made and can be a powerful asset when presenting your work to customers. You can look at each individual part of the design, see accurate mass properties and check for interference, meaning that you won’t have to build/manufacture the product before you see any errors, saving time and money and reducing the number of prototypes needed. All of this will speed up the whole process of design as you know it and increase productivity.
2. Customer/Supplier Compatibility
Choosing a CAD system that is widely recognised is very important. Due to the popularity of SOLIDWORKS it is highly likely that a competitor, supplier or customer will be using it, therefore eliminating the need to translate files from one system to another, reducing time and minimising the chance of errors. This makes working with customers and suppliers much easier, less time converting, increased efficiency, not to mention working together in 3D means delivering much better results.
3. Built-In Applications
SOLIDWORKS is a very productive 3D CAD software tool, with its integrated analytical tools and design automation to help stimulate physical behaviour such as kinematics, dynamics, stress, deflection, vibration, temperatures or fluid flow to suit all types of design.
Organisations with more than just a few designers can utilise product data management (PDM) software, which fully integrates with SOLIDWORKS. PDM systems can do much more than just store and organise files. They can help designers find existing parts to re-use instead of reinventing them, saving many man hours. PDM systems also generate material lists for cost estimating and feed data to manufacturing resource planning (MRP) systems. More advanced PDM software can automate change-control processes to assure that out-of-date or unreleased information isn’t sent to factories or suppliers.
4. Short Learning Curve
Time is money, subsequently the last thing you want as a forward moving organisation is to get stuck behind, and therefore you want the transaction to 3D CAD to be quick, simple and easy. SOLIDWORKS offers a consistent user interface throughout and drafting procedures that flow logically from start to finish. Furthermore SOLIDWORKS has built in tutorials, and lots of fantastic pre-sets to make designing speedy and stress-free. If you’re looking for that extra bit of help, Cadtek is part of the Solid Solutions Group, a fully authorised and approved training provider for all of the SOLIDWORKS products available. With different training locations across the UK we are able to offer regular classroom based training courses with a fully qualified instructor, to suit all needs. Our flexible training course structure is designed to allow customers to build an appropriate learning and development path that addresses individual specific industry needs.
Who this course is for:
Those Who Want To Learn SolidWorks From Scratch.