Learn the fundamentals of 3D design and prepare for the Certified SolidWorks Associate (CSWA) certification exam. Becoming a Certified SolidWorks Associate for Beginners, is a self-paced learning course that introduces the fundamental skills in SolidWorks 3D design software. Participants of this course will learn core skills in creating part, assembly and drawing documents in SolidWorks. This course not only provides you with high quality content, taught by certified experts, it also leads into industry recognized certification, the Certified SolidWorks Associate (CSWA) certification.
This course not only provides tried and tested training methodology in 3D CAD/CAM/CAE technologies, it guides you in attaining an industry recognized certification – the Certified SolidWorks Associate (CSWA).
The Becoming a Certified Solidworks Associate for Beginners course, is originally, a 30-hour instructor led training programme, that has been converted into a self-paced learning course, with the objective of making it Affordable, Accessible, and Value-Adding to learners. This course is developed and taught by Chevy Kok, a Certified SolidWorks Instructor, who has directly trained and certified hundreds of students, in physical, instructor-led courses. You have the guarantee that you are learning from the best in the field!
Topics Include Becoming a Certified SolidWorks Associate for Beginners:
- Understand the SolidWorks User Interface (UI) and 3D Parametric Modeling
- Understand how to create 2D sketches, and fully define them with dimensions and sketch relations.
- Create multi-feature parts with Extruded and Fillet features.
- Create axissymetric parts with Revolved and Chamfer features.
- Create custom sketch planes.
- Create free-form geometry with Lofted features.
- Create model geometry with Swept features.
- Create repeatable and symmetrical models with Patterns and Mirror.
- Understand Bottom-Up Assembly process and constrain assembly components with mates.
- Evaluate assemblies and modify/edit designs.
- Create Exploded View of Assemblies.
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