Solidworks Training Institute in Gurgaon,Solidworks Courses,Delhi | NCR

Training: SolidWorks

Course Description:

This course is focused on solid modeling that not only divides the 3D parametric features with 2D tools, but also addresses every design-through- manufacturing process. This course divided into three different modules.

Class and Lab Hours: 80 (35 Theory, 45 Lab)

Prerequisites: Need to be an Engineer/Technologist with knowledge of design concepts.

Textbook: SOLIDWORKS 2019 for Designers, by Sham Tickoo and CADCIM Technologies, USA
Course Objectives: 

Upon completion of the course, trainees/students will be able to:
  1. Understand the parametric design concepts
  2. Create 3DModels
  3. Edit 3D Models and Sketches
  4. Assemble the Components
  5. Understand Surface Modeling
  6. Create Sheet Metal Components
  7. Generate Drawing Views
Major Instructional Areas
  1. Introduction to SOLIDWORKS
  2. Working with Solid Models
  3. Assembly Modeling
  4. Working with Surfaces
  5. Working with Sheet Metal Components
  6. Generating Drawing Views
Evaluation: There will be one exam that every trainee/student must pass with 75% or more to get a certificate of completion from TIET Gurgaon.

Suggested Learning Approach

In this course, you will study individually or within a group of peers. As you work on the course deliverables, you are encouraged to share ideas with your peers and instructor, work collaboratively on projects and team assignments, raise critical questions, and provide constructive feedback.
 Unit 1-Basic Module


Introduction to SolidWorks
Part Mode
Assembly Mode
Drawing Mode
System Requirements
Getting Started with SolidWorks
Menu Bar and SolidWorks Menus
Dimensioning Standard and Units


The Sketching Environment
Starting a New Session of SolidWorks
Task Panes
Starting a New Document in SolidWorks
  • Part
  • Assembly
  • Drawing
Understanding the Sketching Environment
Setting the Document Options
Learning Sketcher Terms
Drawing Lines
Drawing the Lines of Infinite Length
Drawing Circles
Drawing Arcs
Drawing Rectangles
Drawing Polygons
Drawing Splines
Drawing Slots
Placing Sketched Points
Drawing Ellipses
Drawing Elliptical Arcs
Drawing Parabolic Curves
Drawing Conic Curves
Drawing Display Tools
Deleting Sketched Entities
Session 3 (2 Hrs)


Editing and Trimming Sketched Entities
Creating Patterns
Editing Patterns
Writing Text in the Sketching Environment
Modifying Sketched Entities
Splitting Sketched Entities


Applying Geometric Relations to Sketches
Design Intent
Dimensioning a Sketch
Concept of a Fully Defined Sketch
Deleting Overdefined Dimensions
Opening an Existing File


Advanced Dimensioning Techniques
  • Fully Defining the Sketches
  • Dimensioning the True Length of an Arc

Measuring Distances and Viewing Section Properties
Creating Base Features by Extruding Sketches
Creating Base Features by Revolving Sketches
Determining the Mass Properties of Parts
Dynamically Rotating the View of a Model
Modifying the View Orientation
Restoring the Previous View
Displaying the Drawing Area in Viewports
Display Modes of a Model
Additional Display Modes
Assigning Materials and Textures to Models
Editing the Appearances


Importance of Sketching Planes
Reference Geometry
Advanced Boss/Base Options
Modeling Using the Contour Selection Method
Creating Cut Features
Concept of the Feature Scope


Advanced Modeling Tools
  • Creating Simple Holes
  • Creating Standard Holes Using the Hole Wizard
  • Adding External Cosmetic Threads
  • Creating Fillets
  • Selection Options
  • Creating Fillets Using the FilletXpert
  • Creating Chamfers
  • Creating Shell Features
  • Creating Wrap Features

Advanced Modeling Tools
  • Creating Mirror Features
  • Creating Linear Pattern Features
  • Creating Circular Pattern Features
  • Creating Sketch Driven Patterns
  • Creating Curve Driven Patterns
  • Creating Table Driven Patterns
  • Creating Fill Patterns
  • Creating Rib Features
  • Displaying the Section View of a Model
Changing the Display States


Editing the Features of a Model
  • Editing Using the Edit Feature Option
  • Editing Sketches of the Sketch-based Features
  • Changing the Sketch Plane of the Sketches
  • Editing by Selecting an Entity or a Feature
  • Editing Using the Instant3D Tool
  • Editing Features and Sketches by Cut, Copy, and Paste
  • Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Features and Sketches
  • Copying Features Using Drag and Drop
  • Deleting Features
  • Deleting Bodies
  • Suppressing Features
  • Unsuppressing the Suppressed Features
  • UnsuppressingFeatures with Dependents
  • Hiding Bodies
  • Moving and Copying Bodies
  • Reordering the Features
  • Rolling Back the Feature
  • Renaming Features
  • Creating Folders in theFeatureManager Design Tree

Advanced Modeling Tools
  • Creating Sweep Features
  • Creating Cut-Sweep Features
  • Creating Loft Features
  • Adding a Section to a Loft Feature
  • Creating Lofted Cuts
  • Creating 3D Sketches
  • Creating Grid Systems
  • Editing 3D Sketches
  • Creating Curves
  • Extruding a 3D Sketch
  • Creating Draft Features

Advanced Modeling Tools
  • Creating Dome Features
  • Creating Indents
  • Creating Deform Features
  • Creating Flex Features
Creating Fastening Features
Creating Freeform Features
Dimensioning a Part Using DimXpert
Adding Dimensions Automatically


Assembly Modeling
Creating Bottom-up Assemblies
Creating Top-down Assemblies
Moving Individual Components
Rotating Individual Components
Moving and Rotating Individual Components Using the Triad
Assembly Visualization


Advanced Assembly Mates
Mechanical Mates
Creating Sub-assemblies
Deleting Components and Sub-assemblies
Editing and Replacing Assembly Mates
Editing Components
Editing Sub-assemblies
Dissolving Sub-assemblies
Replacing Components
Creating Patterns of Components in an Assembly
Copying and Mirroring Components
Copy a Component with Mates
Simplifying Assemblies using the Visibility Options
Checking Interferences in an Assembly
Checking the Hole Alignment
Creating Assemblies for Mechanism
Creating the Exploded State of an Assembly
Creating the Explode Line Sketch


Starting a Drawing Document
Types of Views
Generating Standard Drawing Views
Generating Derived Views
Working with Interactive Drafting in SolidWorks
Editing and Modifying Drawing Views
Modifying the Hatch Pattern in Section Views


Adding Annotations to Drawing Views
Adding the Bill of Materials (BOM) to a Drawing
Linking Bill of Materials
Adding Balloons to the Drawing Views
Adding Balloons Using the AutoBalloon Tool
Creating Magnetic Lines
Editing the Sheet Format
Creating User-Defined Sheet Formats


Surface Modeling
  • Creating an Extruded Surface
  • Creating a Revolved Surface
  • Creating a Swept Surface
  • Creating a Lofted Surface
  • Creating a Boundary Surface
  • Creating a Planar Surface
  • Creating a Fill Surface
  • Creating a Radiated Surface
  • Offsetting Surfaces
  • Trimming Surfaces
  • Untrimming Surfaces
  • Extending Surfaces
  • Knitting Surfaces
  • Filleting Surfaces
  • Creating a Mid-Surface
  • Deleting Holes from Surfaces
  • Replacing Faces
  • Deleting Faces
  • Moving and Copying Surfaces
  • Mirroring Surface Bodies
  • Adding Thickness to Surface Bodies
  • Creating a Thicken Surface Cut
  • Creating a Surface Cut

Sheet Metal Design
Designing the Sheet Metal Components by Creating the Base Flange
  • Creating the Base Flange
  • Understanding the FeatureManager Design Tree of a Sheet Metal
  • Component
  • Creating the Edge Flange
  • Creating Tabs
  • Creating the Sketched Bend
  • Creating the Miter Flange
  • Creating a Radiated Surface
  • Creating Closed Corners
  • Creating Hems
  • Creating the Jog Bend
  • Breaking the Corners
  • Creating the Swept Flange
  • Creating Cuts on the Planar Faces of the Sheet Metal Components
  • Creating Lofted Bends
  • Creating a Flat Pattern View of the Sheet Metal Components
Creating Sheet Metal Components from a Flat Sheet
Creating a Sheet Metal Component from a Flat Part
  • Converting a Part or a Flat Part into Sheet Metal by Adding Bends
  • Adding Bends to the Flattened Sheet Metal Component
  • Unbending the Sheet Metal Part Using the No Bends Tool
Creating a Sheet Metal Component by Designing it as a Part
  • Types of Bends
Converting a Solid Body into a Sheet Metal Part
Designing a Sheet Metal Part from a Solid Shelled model
  • Ripping the Edges
Creating Cuts in Sheet Metal Components Across the Bends
  • Creating Cuts in a Sheet Metal Component Created from a Solid Model
  • Creating Cuts in a Sheet Metal Component Created Using the Base Flange
  • Creating Cylindrical and Conical Sheet Metal Components
Inserting Forming Tools
Creating Forming Tools
Generating the Drawing View of the Flat Pattern of the Sheet Metal Components

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