Introduction to SolidWorks

SolidWorks is a 3D solid modeling computer-aided design (CAD), computer-aided engineering (CAE) and computer aided manufacturing (CAM) software for a mechanical design automation application that lets designers quickly sketch out ideas, experiment with features and dimensions and produce models and detailed drawings. Solidworks is published by Dassault Systems and Solidworks Corporation. It was founded in December 1993 by Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduate Jon Hirschtick. Solidworks released its first product SolidWorks 95, in November 1995.

ADVANTAGES OF SOLIDWORKS

  • Solidworks enable you to draw 2D or 3d design in simple and cost –effective way.
  • Creating 3D designs are easier which improves productivity.
  • Can output the designs to CAM machines.
  • SolidWorks is used internationally by millions of companies.
  • The simulation is easy and very friendly to user.

Course Content and Syllabus for SolidWorks Training in Allahabad

  • Module 01: History of SolidWorks
  • Module 02: Applications and Advantages
  • Module 03: Direct And Parametric Modeling
  • Module 04: Creating New File
  • Module 05: Part Mode
  • Module 06: Assembly Mode
  • Module 07: Drawing Mode
  • Module 08: Part Mode User Interface
  • Module 09: Command Manager
  • Module 10: Toolbars And Pop-up Toolbars
  • Module 11: Units SystemAnd Dimensions Setting
  • Module 12: Feature Manager Tree and Its Work Flow
  • Module 13: Property Manager
  • Module 01: Understanding Sketch Command Manager
  • Module 02: Invoking Sketch Command Manager
  • Module 03: Orienting Sketch Plane Normal To The Screen
  • Module 04: Creating Lines and Its Types
  • Module 05: Line Property Manager
  • Module 06: Continuous And Individual Lines
  • Module 07: Understanding ADD DIMENSION Option
  • Module 08: Selection Methods (Box And Lasso)
  • Module 09: Deselection And Invert Selection Methods
  • Module 10: Working of Select Icon
  • Module 11: Document Settings
  • Module 12: Tangent And Normal Arc Using Line Tool
  • Module 13: Creating Circle And Its Types
  • Module 14: Circle Property Manager
  • Module 15: Customizing Interface (Shortcuts, Toolbars And Others)
  • Module 16: Creating Rectangle And Its Types
  • Module 17: Rectangle Property Manager
  • Module 18: Creating Arc And Its Types
  • Module 19: Arc Property Manager
  • Module 20: Creating PolygonAnd Its Types
  • Module 21: Polygon Property Manager
  • Module 22: Creating SplineAnd Its Types
  • Module 23: Spline Property Manager
  • Module 24: Modifying Spline
  • Module 25: Creating EllipseAnd Its Types
  • Module 26: Ellipse Property Manager
  • Module 27: Creating SlotAnd Its Types
  • Module 28: Slot Property Manager
  • Module 29: Understanding Trimming Methods
  • Module 30: Understanding Extending Methods
  • Module 31: Length Dimensioning
  • Module 32: Distance Dimensioning
  • Module 33: Diameter And Radius Dimensioning
  • Module 34: Angular Dimensioning
  • Module 35: Arc Length Dimensioning
  • Module 36: Sketch Fillet and Chamfer
  • Module 37: Text Tool
  • Module 38: Creating Points
  • Module 39: Creating Offset Entities
  • Module 40: Sketch Mirror Entities
  • Module 41: Dynamic Mirror Entities
  • Module 42: Move Sketch Entities
  • Module 43: Copy Sketch Entities
  • Module 44: Rotate Sketch Entities
  • Module 45: Scale Sketch Entities
  • Module 46: Stretch Sketch Entities
  • Module 47: Linear Sketch Pattern
  • Module 48: Circular Sketch Pattern
  • Module 49: Understanding Fully/Under/Over Defined Sketch
  • Module 50: Adding Relations to Sketch
  • Module 51: Repair and Rapid Sketch
  • Module 52: Quick Snaps Points
  • Module 53: Instant 2D tool
  • Module 01: Feature Command Manager
  • Module 02: Understanding Extrude Boss/Base Feature
  • Module 03: Extruding Start And End Conditions
  • Module 04: Extrusion Direction
  • Module 05: Draft Feature
  • Module 06: Thin Feature
  • Module 07: Understanding Contours Tools
  • Module 08: Understand Extrude Cut Feature
  • Module 09: Understanding Merge Result Option
  • Module 10: Editing Feature And Sketch Concept
  • Module 11: Creating Planes/Axis/Points Using Reference Geometry
  • Module 12: Understanding Sweep Boss/Base Feature
  • Module 13: Guide Curves Concept
  • Module 14: Understanding Revolve Boss/Base Feature
  • Module 15: Creating Revolved Cuts
  • Module 16: Display Modes of Model
  • Module 17: View Orientations
  • Module 18: Creating Cut-Sweep Features
  • Module 19: Creating Loft Features
  • Module 20: Understanding Centerline Parameter
  • Module 21: Adding a Section to a Loft Feature
  • Module 21: Creating Lofted Cuts
  • Module 01: Editing the Features of a Model
  • Module 02: Evaluate Command Manager
  • Module 03: Editing Using the Edit Feature Tool
  • Module 04: Editing Sketches of the Sketch-based Features
  • Module 05: Editing the Sketch Plane Using the Edit Sketch Plane Tool
  • Module 06: Editing Using the Instant3D Tool
  • Module 07: Editing Features and Sketches by Using the Cut, Copy, and Paste Options
  • Module 08: Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Features and Sketches
  • Module 09: Copying Features Using Drag and Drop
  • Module 10: Deleting Features
  • Module 11: Deleting Bodies
  • Module 12: Suppressing Features
  • Module 13: Unsuppressing the Suppressed Features
  • Module 14: Unsuppressing Features with Dependents
  • Module 15: Hiding Bodies
  • Module 16: Moving and Copying Bodies
  • Module 17: Reordering the Features
  • Module 18: Rolling Back the Feature
  • Module 01: Fillet And Chamfer Tool and Their Types
  • Module 02: Creating Mirror Features
  • Module 03: Hole Wizard And Threads
  • Module 04: Creating Linear Pattern Features
  • Module 05: Creating Circular Pattern Features
  • Module 06: Creating Sketch Driven Patterns
  • Module 07: Creating Curve Driven Patterns
  • Module 08: Creating Table Driven Patterns
  • Module 09: Creating Fill Patterns
  • Module 10: Creating Variable Patterns
  • Module 11: Creating Rib Features
  • Module 12: Creating Draft Features
  • Module 13: Creating Shell Features
  • Module 14: Displaying the Section View of a Model
  • Module 15: Creating Dome Features
  • Module 16: Creating Indents
  • Module 17: Creating Deform Features
  • Module 18: Creating Flex Features
  • Module 19: Creating Fastening Features
  • Module 20: Creating the Mounting Boss
  • Module 21: Creating Snap Hooks
  • Module 22: Creating Snap Hook Grooves
  • Module 23: Creating Vents
  • Module 24: Creating a Lip/Groove Feature
  • Module 25: Creating Freeform Feature
  • Module 01: Placing Components in the Assembly Document
  • Module 02: Understanding Insert Component Property Manager
  • Module 03: Moving Individual Components by Dragging
  • Module 04: Moving Individual Components Using the Move Component Tool
  • Module 05: Rotating Individual Components by Dragging
  • Module 06: Rotating Individual Components Using the Rotate Component Tool
  • Module 07: Moving and Rotating Individual Components Using the Triad
  • Module 08: Applying Standard Mates
  • Module 09: Advanced Assembly Mates
  • Module 10: Applying the Profile Center Mate
  • Module 11: Applying the Symmetric Mate
  • Module 12: Applying the Width Mate
  • Module 13: Applying the Path Mate
  • Module 14: Applying the Distance Mate
  • Module 15: Applying the Angle Mate
  • Module 16: Applying the Linear/Linear Coupler Mate
  • Module 17: Applying Mechanical Mate
  • Module 18: Applying the Cam Mate
  • Module 19: Applying the Slot Mate
  • Module 20: Applying the Hinge Mate
  • Module 21: Applying the Gear Mate
  • Module 22: Applying the Rack Pinion Mate
  • Module 23: Applying the Screw Mate
  • Module 24: Applying the Universal Joint Mate
  • Module 25: Creating Sub-assemblies
  • Module 26: Creating Patterns of Components
    in an Assembly
  • Module 27: Pattern Driven Component Pattern
  • Module 28: Creating the Exploded State of an Assembly
  • Module 29: Introduction to Motion Study
  • Module 30: Simulating the Motion of an Assembly
  • Module 31: Timeline/Timebar/Keypoint
  • Module 32: MotionManager Design Tree
  • Module 01: Starting New Drawing Documents
  • Module 02: Different Drawing Views
  • Module 03: Inserting Part/Assembly to Drawing Documents
  • Module 04: Creating Three Standard View
  • Module 05: Creating Model View
  • Module 06: Using the View Palette to Place the Drawing Views
  • Module 07: Generating the Three Standard Views
  • Module 08: Generating Standard Views Using the Relative View Tool
  • Module 09: Generating Standard Views Using the Predefined View Tool
  • Module 10: Generating Derived Views
  • Module 11: Generating Projected Views
  • Module 12: Generating Section Views
  • Module 13: Generating Broken-out Section Views
  • Module 14: Generating Auxiliary Views
  • Module 15: Generating Detail Views
  • Module 16: Generating Crop Views
  • Module 17: Generating Broken Views
  • Module 18: Generating Alternate Position Views
  • Module 19: Generating Drawing Views of the Exploded State of an Assembly
  • Module 20: Editing and Modifying Drawing
    Views
  • Module 21: Changing the View Orientation
  • Module 22: Changing the Scale of Drawing
    Views
  • Module 23: Deleting Drawing Views
  • Module 24: Rotating Drawing Views
  • Module 25: Manipulating the Drawing Views
  • Module 26: Modifying the Hatch Pattern in Section Views
  • Module 27: Properties Rollout
  • Module 28: Options Rollout
  • Module 29: Generating Annotations Using the Model Items Tool
  • Module 30: Adding Reference Annotations
  • Module 31: Aligning the Dimensions
  • Module 32: Editing Annotations
  • Module 33: Adding the Bill of Materials (BOM)
    to a Drawing
  • Module 34: Table Template Rollout
  • Module 35: Table Position Rollout
  • Module 36: Adding Balloons to the Drawing Views
  • Module 37: Adding Balloons Using the AutoBalloon Tool
  • Module 38: Creating Magnetic Lines
  • Module 01: UCS Command 3D
  • Module 02: Creating an Extruded Surface
  • Module 03: Creating a Revolved Surface
  • Module 04: Creating a Swept Surface
  • Module 05: Creating a Lofted Surface
  • Module 06: Creating a Boundary Surface
  • Module 07: Creating a Planar Surface
  • Module 08: Creating a Fill Surface
  • Module 09: Creating a Radiated Surface
  • Module 10: Offsetting Surfaces
  • Module 11: Trimming Surfaces
  • Module 12: Untrimming Surfaces
  • Module 13: Extending Surfaces
  • Module 14: Knitting Surfaces
  • Module 15: Filleting Surfaces
  • Module 16: Modifying Commands
  • Module 17: Creating a Mid-Surface
  • Module 18: Deleting Holes from Surfacesv
  • Module 19: Replacing Faces
  • Module 20: Deleting Faces
  • Module 21: Moving and Copying Surfaces
  • Module 22: Mirroring Surface Bodies
  • Module 23: Adding Thickness to Surface Bodies
  • Module 24: Creating a Thicken Surface Cut
  • Module 25: Creating a Surface Cut
  • Module 01: Mesh Primitives Objects
  • Module 02: Understanding Sheet Metal
  • Module 03: Creating Base Flange
  • Module 04: Creating the Edge Flange
  • Module 05: Creating Tabs
  • Module 06: Creating the Sketched Bend
  • Module 08: Creating the Miter Flange
  • Module 09: Creating Closed Corners
  • Module 10: Creating Welded Corners
  • Module 11: Breaking the Corners
  • Module 12: Creating Corner Relief
  • Module 13: Creating Hems
  • Module 14: Creating the Jog Bend
  • Module 15: Smoothing objects
  • Module 16: Creating the Swept Flange
  • Module 17: Creating Cuts on the Planar Faces
  • Module 18: Creating Lofted Bends
  • Module 19: Creating a Flat Pattern View
  • Module 20: Converting a Solid Body into a
    Sheet Metal Part
  • Module 21: Designing a Sheet Metal Part from
    a Solid Shelled Model
  • Module 22: Ripping the Edges
  • Module 23: Inserting Forming Tools
  • Module 24: Creating Forming Tools
  • Module 25: Generating the Drawing View of
    the Flat Pattern of the Sheet Metal Component

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  • Training Material, Code Documents, Project Case Study and Technical Drawing.
  • Faculty members have 5 to 10 year of Industrial experience
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Eligibility of SolidWorks Training

  • B.Tech/BE in MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
  • Diploma in MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
  • Master in MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

CAREER SCOPE OF SolidWorks


  • Every industry faces a unique set of challenges in today’s increasingly competitive marketplace. SOLIDWORKS offers solutions that can help with the toughest engineering problems.
  • In automobile industries, aerospace industries, commercial industries, manufacturing industries and it also use in defense industries.
  • In designing of consumer products, engineering and construction, product design etc.
  • Designing: Knowledge of advance CAD software’s such as SolidWorks, CREO is very important for designing. All the joint connections, assembly, motion etc. can be done easily using CAD software.
  • Structural Analysis: You will need a basic understanding of SolidWorks to the point that you can open a model and measure dimensions.
  • Testing: Depends. You may need to design test equipment, in that case you need a solid knowledge of CAD. Or you may focus more on performing tests, in which case knowledge of CAD will be less important.
  • Manufacturing: It is possible only after successful completion of the design of the product. Knowledge of advance software required while manufacturing too.
  • Production: You will need a basic understanding to the point that you can open a model and measure dimensions. You will also need to be able to read drawings, and possibly work with drawing files using the same CAD package.
  • Field Support: In this case you will primarily be maintaining equipment in the field, and you will rely on reading drawings more so than working with CAD models.

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