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Prepare for the Certified SOLIDWORKS Associate (CSWA) exam. Learn about sketching, basic features, mass properties, assemblies, reference geometry, drawings, and other topics prior to taking the CSWA exam.
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9 months ago
Learn about how SOLIDWORKS Simulation can help you analyze the dynamic structural response of your parts or assemblies to the transient load or excitation. Review the basic functionality and available modules, understand the difference between static and dynamic responses of structures. Understand the transient time history and harmonic simulation modules.
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9 months ago
Learn about SOLIDWORKS Product Data Management (PDM) to help you get your design data under control and substantially improve the way your teams manage and collaborate on product development.
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1 year ago
Working with Large Assemblies can be a challenge, but with the proper tools and techniques they can be managed. Learn about what happens when you open an assembly, choosing the best assembly mode, the available assembly techniques and some helpful settings and tips.
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1 year ago
This learning path is designed to help new administrators get started with SOLIDWORKS PDM Standard. The learning path includes modules to help administrators: Understand the components that comprise PDM Standard. Install PDM Standard. Create a PDM vault and a client local view. Use PDM operations to validate the vault. Create Users and Groups, and assign permissions. Perform a complete backup of a PDM Standard vault.
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1 year ago
Learn about how SOLIDWORKS Simulation can help you analyze the nonlinear static structural behavior of your part and assembly models. Review the basic functionality, review the difference between small linear displacement and large nonlinear displacement, use force control and displacement control methods, and see the effects of material nonlinearity and mesh quality on the stress results.
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1 year ago
Learn about SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation, which enables anyone to simulate a wide range of real world problems involving dynamics of fluids. Understand how to setup a Flow Simulation project, get familiar with the user interface, prepare assemblies for fluid simulations, define boundary conditions, goals and other important parts of the project, mesh geometries using both automated and manual approaches, postprocess results, and much more.
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1 year ago
Learn about some of the basic functionalities of SOLIDWORKS Electrical. Become familiar with the SOLIDWORKS Electrical user interface, learn how to work with projects, create different types of schematic drawings, add symbols and components, connect them using wires and cables, and use macros and black boxes to expedite your design work.
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1 year ago
Learn about SOLIDWORKS Visualize, which enables anyone to create professional, photo-quality images and animations. Understand how to setup a Visualize project, tour the user interface, add appearances, scenes, textures, and decals to your model, animate your assemblies, and much more.
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1 year ago
Learn about some of the tools that you can use with weldments in SOLIDWORKS parts.
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3 years ago
Learn about the basics of using weldments in SOLIDWORKS parts.
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3 years ago
Learn about using surfaces in SOLIDWORKS.
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3 years ago
Learn about SOLIDWORKS Utilities, which is a set of tools that lets you examine in detail the geometry of a solid model, and make comparisons to other models.
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3 years ago
Learn about SOLIDWORKS Utilities, which is a set of tools that lets you examine in detail the geometry of a solid model, and make comparisons to other models.
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3 years ago
Learn about SOLIDWORKS Inspection to streamline the creation of inspection documents by leveraging your existing 2D legacy data, regardless of whether files are SOLIDWORKS, PDFs, or TIFFs.
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3 years ago
Learn some of the basics of SOLIDWORKS drawings, including adding views and dimensions.
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3 years ago
Learn more about SOLIDWORKS CAM, which is a fully integrated, Knowledge Based technology that allows you to integrate design and manufacturing processes under one system.
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3 years ago
Learn some of the basics of sketching in SOLIDWORKS, such as sketching on a plane or face and adding relations to sketch entities.
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3 years ago
Learn about tools to help you trim, dimension, copy, and re-use sketches.
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3 years ago
Learn about some of the sketch entities available in SOLIDWORKS, including lines, rectangles, arcs, and more.
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3 years ago
Learn about some of the tools that you can use with sheet metal parts in SOLIDWORKS.
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3 years ago
Learn about tools to help you create and flatten sheet metal parts.
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3 years ago
Learn some tools that help you select components and entities.
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3 years ago
Learn about the basics of using routing in SOLIDWORKS to model a path between components.
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3 years ago