SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D

SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D

SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D enables you to easily integrate your electrical schematic designs into your SOLIDWORKS 3D product model. This course is focused on 2D Schematic Design.

Prerequisites: Provide standalone, easy-to-use, electrical design tools that enable you to efficiently define electrical interconnections for complex electrical systems.

Length: 1 day

SOLIDWORKS PCB Essentials

SOLIDWORKS PCB Essentials

SOLIDWORKS PCB Essentials teaches you the essential features of SOLIDWORKS PCB, a professional design tool capable of meeting the demands of today’s products. Learn how to develop schematics for your board layouts, add components and assign supplier links, and check design integrity using rules. Create PCB designs using configurable layer stacks, add keep out and cutouts, place and route components, and add copper pours. Learn how to collaborate seamlessly with SOLIDWORKS to finalize the designs, with a managed ECO change process, then configure and automatically generate output files for manufacturing.

Prerequisites: Basic experience with schematic capture and PC Board Design.

Length: 4 Days

SOLIDWORKS Electrical Advanced

SOLIDWORKS Electrical Advanced

SOLIDWORKS Electrical Advanced teach you more advanced topics not covered in the standard SOLIDWORKS Electrical training courses, specifically, harness in SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic and 3D, symbol creation methods, schematic GA layouts, and optimized wiring, wires and equipotentials, reports, creation, modification, configuration, PLC, detailed design, I/O’s, configuration, design rule checks, and error resolution, multi-deck terminals, and Black boxes

Prerequisites: SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic and SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D (Recommended to be taken at the same time as Electrical Advanced)

Length: 1.5 Days

SOLIDWORKS Manage

SOLIDWORKS Manage Course

The SOLIDWORKS Manage training manual is an introductory guide to help get started in this expansive software and application integrations enabled by SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional to include a comprehensive set of capabilities that you can use and distribute to many areas of your business. It covers topics including basic setup, routine maintenance, connecting to PDM, Document and Record objects, Users and Groups, various field types, and the Web Client. This manual is targeted at anyone getting started with SOLIDWORKS Manage, or anyone who needs a refresher on how to get started.

Length: 2 days

SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic

SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic

SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic teaches you how to optimize your drawings and designs for manufacturability so you can maximize quality, avoid rework, and decrease time to market. This course is focused on 2D Schematic Design.

Prerequisites: Provide standalone, easy-to-use, electrical design tools that enable you to efficiently define electrical interconnections for complex electrical systems.

Length: 3 days

SOLIDWORKS Composer

SOLIDWORKS Composer

SOLIDWORKS Composer Course

SOLIDWORKS Composer teaches you how to use to create 2D and 3D output from existing CAD data.

Prerequisites: Experience with the Windows operating system.

Length: 3 day

SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium

SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium: Nonlinear & Dynamics

SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium: Nonlinear & Dynamics

The best value for what you get! This 4-day class, created for SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium users, will raise FEA skills to the next level! The first part of the course will teach you the basic and advanced topics in non-linear stress analysis. You will learn how to deal with models that exhibit large displacements and/or yielding, discuss and practice the use of many material models available in SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium, and, most importantly, how to drive a non-linear analysis to successful completion. The second part of the course will expose you to various advanced topics in Dynamics. The material covered includes the time-dependent analysis, harmonic analysis, and random vibrations. (Note, this course is a combination of the SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium: Nonlinear and SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium: Dynamics courses).

Prerequisites: Must have attended the basic SOLIDWORKS Simulation class, or must have an experience with SOLIDWORKS + working basic knowledge of finite elements and of basic mechanical principles. The knowledge of basic principles in Vibrations is strongly recommended, but not required.

Length: 4 days

SOLIDWORKS Simulation and SOLIDWORKS Simulation Professional

SOLIDWORKS Simulation & SOLIDWORKS Simulation Professional

SOLIDWORKS Simulation & SOLIDWORKS Simulation Professional is designed to make SOLIDWORKS users productive more quickly with the SOLIDWORKS Simulation Professional analysis package. The 4-day training class provides in-depth coverage on the basics of Finite Element Analysis (FEA), covering the entire process from meshing to evaluation of results for parts and assemblies. It discusses linear stress analysis covering the entire analysis process from meshing to evaluation of results for parts and assemblies, gap/contact analysis, and best practices. 4th day covers heat transfer analysis, frequency analysis, fatigue, stability analysis based on linear buckling concepts, 2D simulations (plane stress, strain, and axisymmetry), and pressure vessel modulus. Examples of parts and assemblies including those with various gap/contact conditions are reviewed.

Prerequisites: Knowledge of SOLIDWORKS and basic mechanical engineering concepts is recommended.

Length: 4 days

SOLIDWORKS Plastics

SOLIDWORKS Plastics

SOLIDWORKS Plastics teaches you how to use specialized simulation software tools to predict how melted plastic flows during the injection molding process. Predicting how the plastic will flow enables you to predict manufacturing defects such as weld lines, air traps, short shots, and sink marks. By predicting these defects, you can change the part or mold geometry, the processing conditions, or the plastic material itself to eliminate or minimize them, saving energy, material, time, and money. The SOLIDWORKS Plastics course covers all the features and functions of both SOLIDWORKS Plastics Professional (for part designers) and SOLIDWORKS Plastics Premium (for mold designers).

SOLIDWORKS CAM Professional

SOLIDWORKS CAM Professional

SOLIDWORKS CAM Professional

This course teaches you how to use the SOLIDWORKS CAM Professional software to machine parts utilizing advanced functionality such as: CAM or SOLIDWORKS configurations, VoluMill™, mill machining in the context of an assembly, and 3 plus 2 machinings. Additionally, the course teaches how to generate, modify, and post-process 2 axis turning tool paths used for the machining of SOLIDWORKS part files.

Prerequisites: Experience with the SOLIDWORKS design software.
Experience with the Windows® operating system.
Completion of SOLIDWORKS CAM Standard training class.

Length: 2 days