What you’ll learn
fundamentals of 3D modelling.
Designing with SolidWORKS Features
Sketching in Solidowrks
Creating assemblies from parts.
Introduction to top-down design methods.
Solidworks Toolbox add-in.
Solidworks Material Library
SOLIDWORKS is used to design pretty much anything that should be manufactured
- CNC machined components
- the screw on the left
- plastic components
- your computer box
- the mouse you’re probabley using
- the chair you’re probably sitting on
SOLIDWORKS is known as the No. 1 3D application in the manufacturing industry right now! By taking this course you’ll set yourself on the right track for your next step in a design career.
Why you should not take this course?
- Because you are not intrested in design for manufacturing.
- Because you are a digital artist who creates 3D objects which will never leave the digital world!
Why you should take this course?
- Because you are either a mechanical, electrical or a chemical engineer
- you are thinking of becoming a designer in manufacturing world like my friend Wade does
- Because you are already a designer but want to switch to SOLIDWORKS as your main CAD tool
- you’re interested in 3D printing
Why you should you pick me as an instructor?
I am a SOLIDWORKS research partner, this is different from an expert in the field. it means I have a black belt in SOLIDWORKS. I change it, the way I want! I make it do things that other designers struggle to sort out! This course is about basics but it’s better to learn them from a verified partner.
Besides! 1700+ students have already enrolled. they are from Canada, India, Spain, USA and many more countries. They’re all happy with the results!
Who this course is for:
- Draftspersons from 2D CAD softwares such as AutoCAD.
- Anyone interested in designing in 3D.
- Engineer students.
- Novice designers.
- Lesson 1
- Lesson 2, 3D modelling in solidWorks
- Modelling the power outlet
- Modelling the Power Plug
- Assemblies in SolidWORKS
- Patterns in Assemblies