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2014/03/22 - Certified SolidWorks Tutorial Series - From March 22nd to May 24th, 2014

posted Feb 7, 2014, 11:26 AM by Anton Dubov   [ updated Feb 12, 2015, 11:52 AM ]
Overview

These tutorial sessions are designed to introduce the students to the basics of part modeling, assembly design, and drafting in SolidWorks.                                               

After the completion of the tutorial sessions, the students will be able to create components using the extrude, revolve, loft and sweep functions. They will also be able to incorporate fillets, chamfers, holes, ribs, drafts, and shell features into their models. In addition, students will go even one step further in component creation by knowing how to use the advanced modeling tools such as advanced sweep and lofts via 2D and 3D curves. Advanced incorporation features such as warp, shape, indent, deform, mounting boss, snap hooks, vents, etc. will also follow suite.  Lastly, there will be coverage of the top/down assembly design and bottom-up assembly design approaches.  The bottom-up assembly design approach will allow the student to take their assembled modeling components and generate various views.                    

In summary, through these tutorial sessions, students will understand and be well-practiced in both the basics and advanced options relevant to SolidWorks part modeling, top-down assembly design, and drafting.  The tutorial sessions are updated reguarly with industrial standards by featuring the latest version of SolidWorks and all of its up to date options.

The certificate of completion will be issued by the Metro College of Technologies at the end of this tutorial sessions. Interested students may also take part in a Certified SolidWorks Associate (CSWA) exam to utilize their well-practiced knowledge gained from these tutorials. Further details will be provided during the sessions.                                                        


Instructor’s Profile

Associate Professor Dr. Amir H. Mnachid is an ASME member, currently teaching at Metro College of Technologies. Dr. Mnachid has over 15 years of experience in teaching and research. He specializes in the teaching of parametric 3D design software: Autodesk Inventor, SolidWorks, Creo (ProE), AutoCAD and Mastercam. With a very sociable and enthusiastic teaching attitude, he is known for building strong student/teacher relationships. He understands his students and their individual needs and can easily adapt his teaching techniques to meet their best interests.

Ryerson University

 When  March 22nd 2014,
 from 10 AM - 3 PM, 30 min lunch at 12 PM.

 Runs every Saturday for 10 classes..
 Cost benefits We offer it for $475  (*Original price $1500).
 Location Ryerson University,
 
350 Victoria St, Toronto, ON M5B 2K3
 Registration Link Register Now.
 Payment is Required.
 Textbook SolidWorks 2013 for Designers,
 By Sham Tickoo, 
CADCIM Technologies 2013 
 Drop policies Class can be dropped for full refund by the end of the first  class
 Evaluation Test 40%, Final Project 60%, Pass mark is 60%
 Prerequisite (s) Basic Computer skills/Basic Drafting Fundamentals is  necessary

After completing the online registration form, you will be 
directed to the PayPal link for online payment instruction. 
For quick access for payment here: link.

For more information or questions, please contact Oleg Levytskyy O.LEVYTSKYY@gmail.com

Outline

  1. Introduction to SolidWorks
  2. Sketching techniques
  3. Base modeling tools
  4. Advanced and Additional modeling tools
  5. Assembly modeling
  6. Working with design parameters
  7. Drawings
  8. Weldment design
  9. Sheet metal design
  10. Final project

 Objectives

  •  Learn how to design parts and assemblies in a parametric modeling environment
  • Learn principles of parametric design; know different types of files, projects and folder structure in SolidWorks
  • Gain knowledge about  hardware requirements for optimal running SolidWorks CAD application program.
  • Know how to create multiple configurations in a part or assembly using a Design Table and be able to perform in a collaborative environment.
  • Understand concepts of top-down and bottom-up assembly modeling, learn sheet metal design procedure; learn how to import file from another format into SolidWorks and export a file to another format; understand benefits of working with flexible sub-assembly.
  • Learn how to simulate real life movement of machinery parts; learn to generate and update BOM after modifying designed product; know how to apply geometrical and dimensional constraints in part modeling to ensure predictability and stability
  • Learn how to use equations to control dimensions. Understand bi-directional associativity between models and drawings.
  • Learn to create part models, assembly models, and drawings; know how to prepare drawings of components and assemblies; create Solid, Sheet metal parts with documentation.
  • Create own customized template file, set up a page for printing, edit title block content.