SolidWorks– Level 1

Duration

24 hours

Mode

Face-to-face

Location

City Campus

Cost

$1110

Next Intake

14 November

Overview

SolidWorks is an industry standard 3D mechanical design program with powerful 3D design capabilities. Explore the basics of SolidWorks sketching, 3D modelling, assemblies and drawings through practical exercises. Learn how to use SolidWorks to create parts and assemblies and create models for 3D printing.

Course content

  • Software interface and file handling
  • Sketching using parametrics
  • 3D part modelling fundamentals
  • Assembly creation and management
  • Detail drawings
  • Options for getting files printed
  • Timetable

    How to enrol

    More details

    Prerequisites

    No prior knowledge or experience is necessary for this introductory course. Basic computer skills are essential such as the ability to use the internet and file storage networks.

    Materials supplied

    All relevant course notes are supplied with comprehensive instructions and exercises.

    Materials to bring

    Pen, paper and/or laptop for note taking. A USB flash drive for transferring and storing files.

    Suited to

    This course is designed for product and industrial designers, drafting professionals, engineers and others with a mechanical background. It is also suitable for people with an interest in modelling and invention and for those with a CAD background looking to upgrade their 3D capability.

    Additional notes

    All our trainers are professional industrial or product designers with extensive SolidWorks experience.

    Outcome

    At the completion of this course participants should have acquired the skills necessary for a basic working knowledge of SolidWorks.

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