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Course Contents
and Class Intake Dates




COURSE CONTENTS
Below is your course outline for Level 1.
Once you have completed this level successfully, your lecturer will
provide you with the content you will cover in level 2 which includes personalised/customized design examples which
relate to your industry and your company requirements.
The focus is then shifted to practical application and supplier / machine requirements.

The SOLIDWORKS User Interface

SOLIDWORKS Design Intent
How Features Affect Design Intent
Object Linking and Embedding (OLE)
Pull-down Menus
Using the Command Manager
Adding and Removing CommandManager Tabs
Feature Manager Design Tree
Property Manager
Keyboard Shortcuts
Multiple Monitor Displays

Introduction to Sketching
Stages in the Process and Saving Files
Default Planes
Basic Sketching: Entities, Geometry
The Mechanics of Sketching
Inference Lines (Automatic Relations)
Sketch Feedback and Status
Rules That Govern Sketches
Design Intentand what controls it
Desired Design Intent
Selecting Multiple Objects
Automatic and added Sketch Relations

Understanding and using Dimensions
Selection and Preview
Angular Dimensions
Instant 2D / Extrude
Basic Part Modeling
Stages in the Process
Terminology. Feature. Plane. Extrusion.
Sketch. Boss. Cut
Fillets and Rounds
Choosing the Best Profile
Choosing the Sketch Plane
Placement of the Model
Details of the Part
Standard Views. Main Bosses. Best Profile
Renaming Features
Tangent Arc Intent Zones
Autotransitioning Between Lines and Arcs
Cut Feature and View Selector

Creating a Standard Hole
Using the Hole Wizard
Counterbore Hole

Filleting: Rules and Editing
Fillet Propagation
Rollback Bar
Detailing Basics
Settings Used in the Template
Associativity Between the Model and the Drawing
Changing Parameters
Symmetry and Draft
Ratchet: Stages in the Process
Boss Feature with Draft
Building the Handle
Symmetry in the Sketch
Symmetry after Sketching
Mid Plane Extrusion
Draft Toggle

Circular Profile
Sketching the Circle
Changing the Appearance of Dimensions
Extruding Up To Next
Using Model Edges in a Sketch
Named Views
Sketching an Offset
Creating Trimmed Sketch Geometry
Trim and Extend
Modifying Dimensions
Measuring

Patterning
Why Use Patterns?
Pattern Options
Linear Pattern
Skipping Instances
Geometry and Circular Patterns
Axes and Planes
Mirror Patterns
Patterning a Solid Body
Sketch Driven Patterns

Revolved Features
Sketch Geometry of the Revolved Feature
Rules Governing Sketches of Revolved Features
Special Dimensioning Techniques
Diameter Dimensions
Creating the Revolved Feature
Building the Rim and Slots
Building the Spoke. Edge Selection. Chamfers
Mass Properties as Custom Properties

Shelling and Ribs
Stages in the Process
Selection Sets
Section View
Converting Edges. Full Round Fillets
Finding and Repairing Problems. Settings
Editing: Design Changes
Part Editing
Stages in the Process
Design Changes. Rollback to Feature
Rebuild Feedback and Interrupt
Accessing the ConfigurationManager
Adding New Configurations
Defining the Configuration
Changing Configurations
Renaming and Copying Configurations
Managing Configuration Data

Assembly Modeling
Creating a New Assembly. Position of the First Component
FeatureManager Design Tree and Symbols
Degrees of Freedom

Components: Name and State of the component
Adding and Inserting Components
Mating Components: Types and Alignment
Mating Concentric and Coincident
Rotating Inserted Components
Using the Component Preview Window
Creating Copies of Instances
Component Hiding and Transparency
Component Properties
Sub-assemblies
Smart Mates

Using Assemblies: Stages in the Process
Analyzing the Assembly
Mass Properties Calculations
Checking for Interference
Open Part
Static vs. Dynamic Interference Detection
Performance Considerations
Assembly Drawings
Adding Balloons

How to Create a Part Template
Organizing Your Templates
Drawing Templates and Sheet Formats
Default Templates

 

Calvin's SolidWorksCLASS is ideal for business owners and individuals who need to know the functions with tricks and tips without doing an extensive college course in a big classroom set-up.

Our expert-to-learner course is short (12 hours split over 2 weeks) and includes all the training material you will need eg. student software, training videos and a PDF manual.
All this resource material is included in the price and do not cost extra - giving you added value.

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One-to-one SolidWorks Premium version 2017 training

 
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Note: Once you have completed Level 1, ask Calvin about the starting dates for Level 2
-these dates are customised to suit you.

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ADDED VALUE:

1. Individual Attention:
4x classes over 2 weeks of 12 hours training in total
2. Training material:
Videos and PDF Manual at NO extra cost. 
3. The SolidWorks programme included for students
4. Ideal venue:
Presented at a school - Tygerberg Art school in Parow West
On-Site training also available on request.
5. Flexible training schedule: Can customize the dates / times to suit you.
6. Since 1995:
Confirming my experience in presenting specialist courses.
7. Certificate: Presented on attendance of all 4 classes.
8. On-Site Training available on request
9.  A screen-recording programme is provided to ensure class work is video-captured for easy reference after classes
10. Quality, Professional and Reliable Training:
Providing a great learning experience & value for money.

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