• SOLIDWORKS Surface Design

    Recommended Learning Duration: 8 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn SOLIDWORKS Surface Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Understand the GUI of Surface Design
    • Learn the use of Surface tools
    • Create Wireframes
    • Generate surface using Wireframe
    • Create surface models using advanced tools

    Course Structure:  

    Introduction to SOLIDWORKS Surface

    • About Surface Design and types of 3D modeling
    • Importance and applications of Surface Design
    • Compare Solid modeling with Surface modeling
    • Types of Surfaces

    Graphical User Interface

    • Introduction to GUI of Surface Design workbench
    • Learn to use Extruded, Revolved and Lofted commands
    • Create Boundary, Fill, Freeform and Planar surface
    • Use of Delete, Extend, Trim and Replace commands

    Surface Design of Component-1

    • Create Curves and Wireframes using 3D Lines, Points, Planes and Splines
    • Create 3D Corner and Projection Curves
    • Create surfaces based on wireframe geometry
    • Create Swept surfaces and Blend features
    • Create wireframe features using existing curves and surfaces
    • Connect surfaces using Split, Trim and Join commands

    Surface Design of Component-2

    • Create basic wireframe and surface
    • Create surfaces using Lofted, Filled, and Extruded surface
    • Join surfaces using Knit surface
    • Add thickness to surface

    Pre-requisite:  User should be a Mechanical Engineer and should have completed SOLIDWORKS Part Design course. The recommended version for practice exercise is SOLIDWORKS 2019 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 70 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 5

    Recommended Practice Hours: 5 Hrs


    SOLIDWORKS Surface Design


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn SOLIDWORKS Surface Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand the GUI of Surface DesignLearn the use of Surface toolsCreate WireframesGenerate surface using WireframeCreate surface models using advanced tools: 5 Hrs

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    8 Hrs $60
  • SOLIDWORKS CAM

    Recommended Learning Duration: 6 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn SOLIDWORKS CAM. On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Understand the GUI of SOLIDWORKS CAM
    • Define Machine and Extract the Machinable Features
    • Generate Machining Operations Plan of the model
    • Understand the process of generating Toolpaths
    • Generate NC codes from the model

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to SOLIDWORKS CAM

    • Benefits of CAM
    • Additional and special features
    • Machine Simulation Process
    • Applications of SOLIDWORKS CAM

    Introduction to CAM and GUI

    • Launch CAM workbench
    • Feature Tree Tabs
    • Learn Major Tools
    • Sort Operations
    • 2.5 Axis Mill Operations

    Machining of Component

    • Define Machine
    • Define Stock
    • Setup Mill
    • Understand Extract Machinable Features
    • Generate Operation
    • Generate Toolpath
    • Simulate Toolpath
    • Step Thru Toolpath
    • Save CL File
    • Create Post Process

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer and should have completed SOLIDWORKS Part Design course. The recommended version for practice exercises is SOLIDWORKS 2019 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 80 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 4

    Recommended Practice Hours: 4 Hrs


    SOLIDWORKS CAM


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn SOLIDWORKS CAM. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand the GUI of SOLIDWORKS CAMDefine Machine and Extract the Machinable FeaturesGenerate Machining Operations Plan of the modelUnderstand the process of generating ToolpathsGenerate NC codes from the model: 4 Hrs

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    6 Hrs $100
  • CATIA V5 3-Axis Milling Machining

    Recommended Learning Duration: 6 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 3-Axis Milling Machining. On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Create Process, Product and Resource(PPR) Structure
    • Create Part Operations
    • Create Manufacturing Program
    • Understand Milling Machining Operations
    • Simulate the Machining Operation
    • Generate NC Report

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to Milling Machining

    • Types of Manufacturing Process
    • About Machining
    • Types of Machining Tools
    • Single point and Multi-point cutting tools
    • About CNC Machining and 3-Axis Machining

    GUI of Prismatic Machining workbench

    • Launch Prismatic Machining workbench
    • Load the Machining Part
    • Switch workbench and create PPR Structure
    • About Machining Operation Toolbar
    • Create a Rough Stock
    • Geometry Management Tools
    • Create a Part Operation
    • Define 3-Axis Machining

    Machining operation

    • Create Facing Operation
    • Define Geometry for Facing Operation
    • Define the Strategies
    • Define the Tool Geometry
    • Create Toolpath Simulation
    • Create Material Removal Video Simulation
    • Create Pocketing Operation with and without Island
    • Approach and Retract Macros
    • Define the Ramping Macros
    • Create Profile Countering Operation
    • Create Drilling Operation

    NC Code Generation

    • Generate NC Program for Manufacturing Operation
    • Set Post Processor
    • Select Controller for Postprocessor

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer and should have completed CATIA V5 Part Design-I, CATIA V5 Part Design-II and CATIA V5 Assembly Design courses. The recommended version for practice exercises is CATIA V5 R21 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 55 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 4

    Recommended Practice Hours: 4 Hrs


    CATIA V5 3-Axis Milling Machining


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 3-Axis Milling Machining. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Create Process, Product and Resource(PPR) StructureCreate Part OperationsCreate Manufacturing ProgramUnderstand Milling Machining OperationsSimulate the Machining OperationGenerate NC Report: 4 Hrs

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    6 Hrs $150
  • CATIA V5 Tubing Diagram

    Recommended Learning Duration: 6 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 Tubing Diagram. On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Understand the GUI, process of Tubing Diagrams and importance of Line ID
    • Place Equipment and Nozzle
    • Route and modify a Line ID
    • Place Inline parts
    • Modify Tubing Diagrams
    • Generate the Annotations and Report

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to Tubing

    • Terminology of Tubing
    • Difference between Tube and Pipe
    • Tube Design considerations
    • General process of Tubing Design
    • Applications and Benefits of Tube
    • Types of Tube
    • Material classifications
    • General manufacturing process of Tube

    Customize the settings and GUI

    • Objectives of Equipment and Systems
    • Launch Tubing Diagrams workbench
    • GUI of Tubing Diagrams workbench
    • Purpose of Tubing Diagrams
    • Customize the settings

    Place Equipment and Modifications

    • Place the Equipment
    • Place the Nozzles
    • Importance of the Line ID
    • Route and modify the Line ID
    • Place inline parts like Check Valve and Shut-Off Valve
    • Modify the Diagrams using Rotate, Schematic Translate, Scale component and Flip Right

    Generate Reports and 3D Tubing Design

    • Place the Text Templates
    • Generate Report of Tubing Diagrams
    • Check the Network Analysis
    • Introduction to create a Tubing Design using Tubing Diagrams

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer with knowledge on Standards, Terminology of Tubing and should have completed CATIA V5 Drafting course. The recommended version for practice exercises is CATIA V5 R21 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 52 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 5

    Recommended Practice Hours: 4 Hrs


    CATIA V5 Tubing Diagram


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 Tubing Diagram. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand the GUI, process of Tubing Diagrams and importance of Line IDPlace Equipment and NozzleRoute and modify a Line IDPlace Inline partsModify Tubing DiagramsGenerate the Annotations and Report: 4 Hrs

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    6 Hrs $210
  • SOLIDWORKS Finite Element Analysis

    Recommended Learning Duration: 6 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn SOLIDWORKS Finite Element Analysis. On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Understand the Static Analysis of the component
    • Create the Design Study
    • Analyze the model using SimulationXpress Analysis Wizard tool
    • Apply Fixture, Load and Material
    • Understand the deformations
    • Follow the best practices to create and modify the part

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to Analysis

    • Benefits of Analysis
    • Methods of Analysis
    • Degrees of Freedom
    • Steps involved in Analysis
    • Primary advantages

    Basics of Analysis

    • Create Design Study
    • Interference Detection and Clearance Verification
    • Understand Measure
    • Markup and Mass Properties
    • Section Properties and Sensor
    • Performance Evaluation

    Analysis of Components

    • Steps to perform the Analysis
    • Define the Fixture
    • Apply Load
    • Specify the Material
    • Run the Simulation
    • Show Von Mises stress
    • Show displacement
    • Generate the e-Drawing

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer and should have completed SOLIDWORKS Part Design and SOLIDWORKS Assembly Design courses. The recommended version for practice exercises is SOLIDWORKS 2019 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 60 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 3

    Recommended Practice Hours: 4 Hrs


    SOLIDWORKS Finite Element Analysis


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn SOLIDWORKS Finite Element Analysis. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand the Static Analysis of the componentCreate the Design StudyAnalyze the model using SimulationXpress Analysis Wizard toolApply Fixture, Load and MaterialUnderstand the deformationsFollow the best practices to create and modify the part: 4 Hrs

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    6 Hrs $80
  • SOLIDWORKS Model Based Definition

    Recommended Learning Duration: 8 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn SOLIDWORKS Model Based Definition(MBD). On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Understand the importance of MBD
    • Learn GD&T options in SOLIDWORKS
    • Apply Annotations on 3D parts and products
    • Capture 3D views and publish drawings to 3D PDF
    • Generate and convert e-drawings to various file formats

    Course Structure:  

    Introduction to Model Based Definition

    • Understand Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
    • Apply 3D Annotations and Dimensions
    • Learn the needs of MBD
    • Add Text
    • Design Intent
    • Understand PMI and Tolerance

    Basics of MBD

    • Enable the MBD workbench
    • Understand GUI of MBD
    • Learn to create Annotations on the part
    • Understand Auto Dimension Scheme
    • Tolerance types

    Basic Commands in MBD

    • Explore Location
    • Apply Size Dimension
    • Understand Basic Location Dimension
    • Use of Pattern Feature

    Advanced Commands in MBD

    • Apply GD&T on the Model
    • Datum Target and Symbol
    • Understand the Surface Finish Symbol
    • Add Note
    • Apply Smart Dimension
    • Types of Tables
    • Understand Views
    • Create different File Formats

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer and should have completed SOLIDWORKS Part Design course. The recommended version for practice exercises is SOLIDWORKS 2019 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 52 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 1

    Recommended Practice Hours: 6 Hrs


    SOLIDWORKS Model Based Definition


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn SOLIDWORKS Model Based Definition(MBD). On completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand the importance of MBDLearn GD&T options in SOLIDWORKSApply Annotations on 3D parts and productsCapture 3D views and publish drawings to 3D PDFGenerate and convert e-drawings to various file formats: 6 Hrs

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    8 Hrs $80
  • Autodesk Inventor Model Based Definition

    Recommended Learning Duration: 8 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Autodesk Inventor Model Based Definition(MBD). On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Define various GD&T options
    • Understand to annotate directly on 3D parts and products
    • Create various Annotation methods
    • Create Datum and capturing Annotations
    • Publish GD&T and Annotation into 3D PDF

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to GD&T

    • About GD&T
    • Advantages of GD&T
    • Types of GD&T
    • Details about Form Tolerance, Profile Tolerance, Orientation Tolerance and Location Tolerance
    • Run-out and Total Run-out

    Introduction to MBD

    • About MBD
    • GUI of MBD
    • General Annotations
    • Create Linear Dimension
    • About Basic and Reference Dimension
    • Create Dimension Tolerance
    • About Surface Texture
    • Setting Annotations Standard
    • Define Datum and it's principles
    • About Tolerance Advisor
    • Create Geometrical Dimensions
    • Capture GD&T and Annotate different Views
    • Align the Dimensions
    • Publish created MBD into 3D PDF

    MBD of Component

    • Create basic Annotations
    • Create basic Tolerance Dimensions
    • Create Geometrical Dimensions using Tolerance feature
    • Capture Annotations in different Views

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer and should have completed Autodesk Inventor Part design course. The recommended version for practice exercises is Inventor 2020 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 72 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 3

    Recommended Practice Hours: 6 Hrs


    Autodesk Inventor Model Based Definition


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Autodesk Inventor Model Based Definition(MBD). On completion of this course, user will be able to: Define various GD&T optionsUnderstand to annotate directly on 3D parts and productsCreate various Annotation methodsCreate Datum and capturing AnnotationsPublish GD&T and Annotation into 3D PDF: 6 Hrs

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    8 Hrs $80
  • CATIA V5 Tubing Design

    Recommended Learning Duration: 6 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 Tubing Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Understand the GUI, process of Tubing Design and importance of Line ID
    • Place the Nozzles
    • Route and modify a Line ID
    • Place Parts and Tubes
    • Generate Reports of Tubing Design

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to Tubing

    • Terminology of Tubing
    • Difference between Tube and Pipe
    • Tube Design considerations
    • General process of Tubing Design
    • Applications and Benefits of Tube
    • Types of Tube
    • Material classifications
    • General manufacturing process of Tube

    Customize the settings and Place Nozzles

    • Objectives of Equipment and Systems
    • Launch Tubing Design workbench
    • GUI of Tubing Design workbench
    • Customize the settings
    • Place the Nozzles
    • Importance of the Line ID
    • Route and modify the Line ID

    Run

    • Introduction to Run
    • Route and modify a Run

    Place Tubes and Tubing parts

    • Place Tube parts like Valve, Elbow, Check Valve and Branch Function
    • Modify Tube parts using Move and Rotate
    • Place Tubes with Bends

    Flexible Tubes

    • Introduction to Flexible Tubes
    • Route and modify the Flexible Tubes
    • Manage Local Slack
    • Apply Break on existing Run
    • Generate Reports of Tubing Design

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer with knowledge on Standards, Terminology of Tubing and should have completed CATIA V5 Assembly Design and CATIA V5 Tubing Diagram courses. The recommended version for practice exercises is CATIA V5 R21 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 65 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 1

    Recommended Practice Hours: 4 Hrs


    CATIA V5 Tubing Design


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 Tubing Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand the GUI, process of Tubing Design and importance of Line IDPlace the NozzlesRoute and modify a Line IDPlace Parts and TubesGenerate Reports of Tubing Design: 4 Hrs

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    6 Hrs $210
  • Autodesk Inventor Sheet Metal Design

    Recommended Learning Duration: 12 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Autodesk Inventor Sheet Metal Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Create 3D models in Inventor Sheet Metal Design workbench
    • Set Sheet Metal Defaults
    • Create and Modify panels
    • Create Sheet Metal components
    • Generate Folded and Unfolded Views

    Course Structure:  

    Introduction to Sheet Metal Design

    • Applications of Sheet Metal Design
    • Terminology involved in Sheet Metal Design
    • Sheet Metal Design processes
    • Bend Allowances

    GUI of Sheet Metal

    • Launch the Sheet Metal workbench
    • GUI of Sheet Metal workbench
    • Set up primary Sheet Metal rules
    • Create New rules
    • Create Face, Flange, Contour Flange, Contour Roll and Lofted Flange
    • Create Hem
    • Fold, Unfold, Refold and Bend operations
    • Remove material using Cut
    • Corner Seam
    • Punch Tool
    • Create Hole, Corner Round and Corner Chamfer
    • Go to Flat Pattern, Bend Order Annotation and Go to Folded Pattern

    Create Moderate Sheet

    • Create a basic geometry of component
    • Create the Axis
    • Create the Flanges to the required length and angle
    • Create gap between Flanges using Rip tool
    • Create outer Hem
    • Project Geometry
    • Create a Slot in a Bend
    • Bend Order Annotation to know the order of Bending

    Create Sheet Metal component

    • Set the basic parameters
    • Refer dimensional details in the given drawing
    • Draw required geometry
    • Create Sheet Metal design
    • Create Key Hole Punch
    • Create lock using Flange and Hem
    • Create Round Emboss
    • Modify the design

    Pre-requisite:  User should be a Mechanical Engineer and should have completed Autodesk Inventor Part design course. The recommended version for practice exercises is Inventor 2020 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity : 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 85 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 2

    Recommended Practice Hours: 9 Hrs


    Autodesk Inventor Sheet Metal Design


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Autodesk Inventor Sheet Metal Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Create 3D models in Inventor Sheet Metal Design workbenchSet Sheet Metal DefaultsCreate and Modify panelsCreate Sheet Metal components Generate Folded and Unfolded Views: 9 Hrs

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  • SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal Design

    Recommended Learning Duration: 12 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Understand the GUI
    • Create Base Flange
    • Convert the Solid body into Sheet Metal
    • Understand the different types of Flanges
    • Learn Forming Tool
    • Understand the Fold, Unfold and Flatten views

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to Sheet Metal Design

    • Define Sheet Metal
    • Advantages of Sheet Metals
    • Know the Sheet Metal Terminology
    • Learn the Sheet Metal processes
    • Principle operations in Sheet Metal cutting
    • Understand Bend Allowances
    • Clearance in Sheet Metal cutting
    • Drawing of metal into thin sheets

    Sheet Metal Commands

    • Create Base Flange
    • Create Lofted Bend
    • Create Edge Flange, Miter Flange and Swept Flange
    • Apply Hem, Jog, Sketch Bend and Cross Break
    • Use of Corner and Forming tool
    • Create Sheet Metal Gusset
    • Create Tab and Slot
    • Create Extruded Cut and Simple Hole
    • Create Vent, Normal Cut and Rip

    Design of Sheet Metal component-1

    • Create Base Flange and Edge Flange
    • Define the Custom Relief type
    • Create Slot, Hole, Mirror and Extruded Cut
    • Apply Sketched Bend and Edge Bend
    • Create Hem and Circular Emboss
    • Create Rib, Simple Hole, Circular Pattern and Corner Trim

    Design of Sheet Metal component-2

    • Draw the basic profile
    • Create Jog feature
    • Draw the Circle and Pattern circle
    • Create Slot cut and Linear Pattern
    • Draw Rectangle
    • Create Edge Flange and Corner Relief
    • Create Unfold view
    • Apply Appearance
    • Modify the length of Hem
    • Apply Corner Relief Fillet

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer and should have completed SOLIDWORKS Part Design course. The recommended version for practice exercises is SOLIDWORKS 2019 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 60 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 2

    Recommended Practice Hours: 10 Hrs


    SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal Design


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand the GUICreate Base FlangeConvert the Solid body into Sheet MetalUnderstand the different types of FlangesLearn Forming ToolUnderstand the Fold, Unfold and Flatten views: 10 Hrs

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    12 Hrs $80
  • Autodesk Inventor Drafting

    Recommended Learning Duration: 8 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Autodesk Inventor Drafting. On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Create different Views
    • Apply various Dimension Methods
    • Create Section Views
    • Create Drawing Template
    • Generate Bill of Materials(BOM)
    • Basics applications of GD&T

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to Drafting

    • About Drafting
    • Types of Drafting
    • Drafting Sheet Standards
    • First and Third Angle Projection
    • Different types of Views

    Creation of Drafting

    • About commands under Place Views and Annotate panel
    • Edit Drawing Sheet
    • Different size and format of Drawing Sheet
    • Edit Border
    • Add and edit Title Block
    • Create New Title block
    • Create and edit View
    • Project different Views
    • Create Auxiliary View, Section View, Detail View and Break View
    • Use of Draft command to add additional details to view
    • Crete Break Out View and Slice View
    • Create Annotations
    • Types of Tolerance methods
    • Create Baseline, Ordinate and Chain Dimensions
    • Arrange created Dimension
    • Create general Note
    • Create Geometrical Dimensions and Tolerance
    • Retrieve model Annotation
    • Create and edit Part List
    • Create Balloons and Bill of Materials

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer and should have completed Autodesk Inventor Part design course. The recommended version for practice exercises is Inventor 2020 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 60 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 1

    Recommended Practice Hours: 6 Hrs


    Autodesk Inventor Drafting


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Autodesk Inventor Drafting. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Create different ViewsApply various Dimension MethodsCreate Section ViewsCreate Drawing TemplateGenerate Bill of Materials(BOM) Basics applications of GD&T: 6 Hrs

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    8 Hrs $50
  • SOLIDWORKS Drafting

    Recommended Learning Duration: 12 Hrs

    Overview:  Through this course, the user will be able to learn SOLIDWORKS Drafting. On completion of this course, user will be able to:

    • Understand the GUI of SOLIDWORKS Drafting
    • Generate the Views
    • Apply Dimension and customize the Dimension styles
    • Generate Sectional and Auxiliary Views
    • Generate BOM and modify the table

    Course Structure:  

    Introduction to Drawing standards

    • Types of Drafting
    • Line types used in Drawing
    • Understand the Angle of projections
    • Drawing Sheets and Templates
    • Standard sheet sizes
    • Dimensions Terminology, Dimensioning Rules and Types

    Graphical User Interface

    • Enter the Drafting workbench
    • Understand the GUI
    • Place views using Standard 3 View tool
    • Model View tool
    • Projected Views
    • Place new views using Auxiliary View tool
    • Create Section Views and Detail Views
    • Use of Removed Section tool
    • Add Broken-out Section
    • Use of Break View, Crop View and Alternate Position View

    Annotate the drawing

    • Import Dimensions and Annotations
    • Use of Annotation commands
    • Add Weld Symbol, Hole Callout, Datum Feature and Datum Target
    • Mention the Geometric Tolerance
    • Create Blocks
    • Add Center mark, Center line, Area Hatch/Fill, Revision Cloud and Tables
    • Sheet Format tab

    Drafting at part level

    • Place different Views
    • Set the unit format
    • Select Display State and Scale for the drawing
    • Add Dimensions

    Drafting at assembly level

    • Learn the different methods to enter the Drafting workbench
    • Create different views of the assembly
    • Create Broken-out section View, Break View, Crop View
    • Add Balloons to the drawing
    • Insert Bill of Materials Table
    • Insert Revision Table

    Pre-requisite:  User should be a Mechanical Engineer and should have completed SOLIDWORKS Part Design and SOLIDWORKS Assembly Design Courses. The recommended version for practice exercises is SOLIDWORKS 2019 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 60 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 3

    Recommended Practice Hours: 10 Hrs


    SOLIDWORKS Drafting


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn SOLIDWORKS Drafting. On completion of this course, user will be able to:Understand the GUI of SOLIDWORKS DraftingGenerate the ViewsApply Dimension and customize the Dimension stylesGenerate Sectional and Auxiliary ViewsGenerate BOM and modify the table: 10 Hrs

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    12 Hrs $50

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