Introduction To Solidworks Training
Solidworks is a 3D modeling, parametric application software. It improves visualization, collaboration, and innovation, besides improving efficiencies in every downstream function of the product development process. It has both parametric and direct modelling capabilities. SolidWorks is known for its user-friendly GUI with quick-to-understand features that come in handy for design development.
Scope of Solidworks Course
The course teaches you how to use SolidWorks for planning, visual ideation, modeling, feasibility assessment, and prototyping. You will learn how to design and build mechanical, electrical, and software elements in your design. Training will be given in the following skills:
Sketch creation tools
Sketch editing tools
Part modeling features
Part editing features
Sheet metal design
Drawing views & annotations
Career Prospects / Job Roles (After Learning Solidworks)
Solidworks has a large community of users, and employers frequently seek candidates with SolidWorks experience.
Students well versed in SolidWorks are placed as:
SolidWorks Design Engineer
SolidWorks Application Engineer
PDM Application Engineer
Project Engineer - SolidWorks
Solidworks Training Demo
Syllabus for Solidworks Training in Hyderabad
Introduction to CAD, CAE, PDM
Introduction to Solidworks
Features of SolidWorks
Various products available in SolidWorks for Product Design, Simulation, Communication
SolidWorks Graphical User Interface: Feature manager design tree, Callouts, Handles, Confirmation corner, mouse buttons, keyboard shortcuts, Command Manager,
Hardware and Software requirements, SolidWorks Task Scheduler, SolidWorks Rx
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, Trim, Extend, Split, Jog, Mirror, Dynamic Mirror, Move, Copy, Rotate, Scale, Stretch, Sketch pattern
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, SketchXpert, 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
Split curve, Project curve, Composite curve, Curve through points, Helix and Spiral
Creating Fillet features
Inserting Hole types
Creating Shell, Creating Rib
Creating Pattern: Linear pattern, Circular pattern, Sketch driven pattern, Curve driven pattern, Table driven pattern, Fill pattern, mirror
Assembly Modeling Tools
Introduction to Assembly Modeling & Approaches: Top down and Bottom up approach
Applying Standard Mates: Coincident, Parallel, Perpendicular, Tangent, Concentric, Lock, Distance, Angle
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
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
FAQs about the Solidworks Course in Hyderabad
1. Who can take up this Solidworks course?
Students and graduates of mechanical engineering can take up this Solidworks course with a certificate.
2. Who is eligible to take the Solidworks online course?
The SolidWorks online course is suitable for mechanical engineering students and graduates who wish to obtain a certificate.
3. Do I receive a certificate after completing the Solidworks course?
Yes, upon completion of the SolidWorks course, you will receive a course completion certificate. The top 5% scorers will also receive a merit certificate in addition to the course completion certificate.
4. How can I get help with any doubts during the Solidworks course?
You can avail email and forum support to get your queries cleared.
5. Who has developed the Solidworks course?
Industry experts with experience in this domain have designed the online Solidworks course to make it relevant to the industry.
Do I need to work on any projects to complete the SolidWorks online course?
Yes, you will have to work on two industry-relevant projects during the duration of the SolidWorks certification course.
6. Who can take up this Solidworks online course from BK Engineering?
Students and graduates of mechanical engineering can take up this Solidworks online course with a certificate.
7. Is this SolidWorks course an online program by BK Engineering?
Yes, this Solidworks online course is a 100% online course provided by BK Engineering.