SolidWorks Training

SolidWorks Training

SolidWorks is used by millions of designers and engineers at hundreds of thousands of companies. It’s one of the most popular design and engineering software on the market. Known for its range of features and high functionality, SolidWorks is used across multiple professions and industries around the world.SolidWorks uses parametric design, which is why it’s such an effective tool for designers and engineers.

Price: $750.00

Many engineers and designers use SolidWorks for mechanical engineering and product design. An Associate or Professional certification in SolidWorks can help give you an advantage with prospective employers and benefit your current engineering or design career. By enrolling in this course, you are beginning a learning experience which will enhance your skills with SolidWorks and prepare you to take the SolidWorks Associate Level Certification exam.


  • You will learn how to make complex 3D Parts
  • You will understand the CAD concept and the most used operation of SolidWorks
  • Use SolidWorks to design/draft your next innovation
  • Take, with confidence, the SolidWorks Associate Certification test - CSWA
  • Self-learn advanced functions in SolidWorks
  • Use SolidWorks to make basic models


  • S. in mechanical, automotive, industrial, product development engineering or relevant engineering experience.
  • Anybody with an interest in learning to use CAD software

Target Audience

Design, project, mechanical, industrial, automobile & aeronautical, product and R&D engineers, and R&D managers.


After the completion of the program, learners can apply for job roles in:

  • Designer/Drafter
  • Design Engineer(Mechanical)
  • Industrial/ Design/ Mechanical Engineer
  • CAD Manager
  • Product Designer (Mechanical)
  • SolidWorks Design Engineer
  • SolidWorks Application Engineer
  • Project Engineer - SolidWorks
  • Manager Operations Engineering Tool Design and Fabrication
  • Educational institutes
  • Industrial roles

Learners can also pursue higher education in

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Automotive Systems Engineering
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Product Development
  • Process & Piping engineering (P&ID)


40+ hrs

Course Contents

  • Basics of Designing
  • 2D Sketching
  • Sketching
  • Sketching Guidelines
  • Sketch Entities
  • Basic Sketching
  • Sketch Relations
  • Dimensions

  • Extrude
  • Basic Modeling
  • Basic Terminology
  • Choosing the Best Profile
  • Choosing the Sketch Plane
  • Details of the Part
  • Boss Feature
  • Sketching on a Planar Face
  • Cut Feature
  • Using the Hole Wizard
  • Filleting
  • Editing Tools
  • Dimensioning
  • Changing Parameters
  • Adding Colors to Parts
  • Works Space Appearance
  • Adding Special Appearance
  • Saving Images

  • Design Intent
  • Revolved Features
  • Edit Material
  • Mass Properties
  • File Properties
  • Why Use Patterns?
  • Linear Pattern
  • Circular Patterns
  • Reference Geometry
  • Sketch Driven Patterns
  • Shelling and Ribs
  • Adding Draft
  • Other Options for Draft
  • Shelling
  • Ribs

  • Thin Features
  • Part Editing
  • Editing Topics
  • Sketch Issues
  • Using Configurations
  • Other Methods to Create Configurations
  • Modeling Strategies for Configurations
  • Editing Part that Have Configurations
  • Design Library
  • Renaming Features and Dimensions
  • Global Variables

  • Mold Design Tools Overview
  • Mold Analysis Tools
  • Parting Line
  • Shut-off Surfaces
  • Creating a Mold core and Cavity
  • Heal Edges
  • Automatically selecting a Different Chain of Edges

  • Creating a basic Flange
  • Insert Bend Tool
  • Bend Types
  • Using Forming tools with sheet metal
  • Using sheet metal bend parameters

  • Starting from new Drawing
  • Section View
  • Model Views
  • Broken View
  • Detail Views
  • Drawing Sheets and Sheet Formats
  • Annotations

  • Creating a New Assembly
  • Position of the First Component
  • Feature Manager Design Tree and Symbols
  • Adding Components
  • Mating Components
  • Using Part Configurations in Assemblies
  • Smart Mates
  • Inserting Sub-assemblies
  • Motion Study

  • Case Study: Beams and Shafts
  • Applying Materials
  • Setting up constraints/fixtures
  • Applying Loads
  • Meshing
  • Analyzing Results
  • Generating Report
  • Product Finalization
  • Product Design Optimization

  • Setting Colors
  • Setting Views
  • Position of the Components
  • Camera Views
  • Adding Lights
  • Exporting Image

  • Quick Return Mechanism
  • Applying motion elements
  • Setting time for Motion
  • Camera Views
  • Exporting Motion Video

  • Beams and Shafts
  • Applying Materials
  • Setting up constraints/fixtures
  • Applying Loads
  • Meshing
  • Analyzing Results
  • Generating Report

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