AutoCAD/SolidWorks/CREO Combo Course
This course introduces the student to AutoCAD, SolidWorks and CREO as a combination course that is designed around the employment needs of each particular student based on work that is available in the local area.
AutoCAD/Revit – 900+ Open Jobs in WA State – May 2021
AutoCAD is currently being used as an Architectural CAD Design Tool in the Architectural and Construction industries in WA State and around the USA
SolidWorks – 230+ Open Jobs in WA State – May 2021
SolidWorks is currently being used as a Mechanical CAD Design Tool in a multitude of industries such as: Aerospace, Medical Device, Pharma, Agricultural Machinery and Food industries.
CREO (Pro-E) – 114+ Open Jobs in WA State – May 2021
CREO is currently being used as a CAD design tool in the Space Programs in the USA
These courses intend to give engineers and technical designers the ability to navigate the above 3 CAD environments. The relationship between tool, menus, and the graphic interface is explained. Starting up, project setup and switching between features is performed. Screen layout, settings and Tool Bar locations are also covered. Mouse skills and view manipulation is practiced. The product structure and file system are outlined. Part modelling and sketcher tool bar are explored using example models. Completion of this course should provide the student with the skills to creating component parts, product Assemblies and production Drawings.
- Start-Up and Exit
- File Types
- Command Manager, Tool Bars, and Menus
- Mouse Controls
- Dialog Boxes
- Default Settings
- Part Profile Sketch and Solid Features Creation
- Feature Manager (Design Tree)
- Heads-up Tool Bar
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Designed for users who would like to become productive quickly in using SolidWorks Motion. This is a two-day course which will teach you how to use the SolidWorks Motion simulation package to study the kinematics and dynamic behaviour of an assembly models. Prerequisites: Knowledge of SolidWorks and the basics of the Motion Manager is required. If you are not familiar with the basics of the Motion Manager, the class manager will send you a self-paced lesson that should be completed before class begins. Knowledge of basic mechanical engineering concepts is recommended. Who should attend: This course has been designed for new SolidWorks Motion users who would like to learn to perform motion analysis on their designs. The course provides an in-depth session on the basics of building, simulating and refining a mechanical design system.
This course introduces the Surface Tool Bar. It will provide the designer with the necessary skills to create and modify basic 3D sketches and surfaces. The 3D sketch elements, point, line, circle, plane and intersect are shown. Operations on solid models using surfaces are demonstrated. The intent of this course is to illustrate some of the three dimensional tools available for part design.
This course delves deeper into all of the tool bars that were introduced in the previous five, one week courses. It also introduces SolidWorks Sheet-metal design. The intent of this course is to introduce some of the more obscure tools from the various tool bars and to give the student additional time and exercises in order to assimilate and integrate skills learned in the previous five courses. Further, the intent is to introduce SolidWorks sheet-metal design capabilities and concepts.