The goal of this course is to teach you how to create animations using SOLIDWORKS assemblies. Animations are used to show how something works by adding motion and enhance the assembly appearance with visual effects. Note Download files for this course are quite large, so we are not able to provide every sample file. If you would like to see more of the demonstration files, you can download the complete set of files for the original book. Go to https://www.solidworks.com/support/training/training-files and search for ‘animations’.
In this course, you will learn about what types of dynamic environments exist and the tools available for their simulation. Dynamic problems can be computationally intensive. For that reason, dynamic loads are divided into several basic types. Each will call for a different simulation tool to treat it efficiently.
In this course you will learn how to solve fluid flow and heat transfer problems using SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation. SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation is an easy to use computational fluid dynamics software package.
The goal of this course is to teach you to create Weldment parts and drawings in SOLIDWORKS. Weldment functions are designed for modeling structural members and are especially useful for creating frames and woodworking projects.
The goal of this course is to teach you to create sheet metal parts, flat patterns and drawings in SOLIDWORKS. Sheet metal design functions and techniques are useful for creating sheet metal parts to enclose or house product designs.
When significant structural deformations, high stresses or complex contacts exist in applications, limitations of the static linear study are likely going to be reached. In such situations nonlinear computational algorithms need to be utilized. In this course, you will learn about the basic types of nonlinearities, and how to approach their solutions.
SOLIDWORKS Routing is a unique application that combines the power of standard SOLIDWORKS files and features, such as parts, assemblies, drawings, and 3D sketches with routing-specific files like routing components and route sub-assemblies, to model 3D routed systems. This course focuses on the fundamental skills, concepts, and techniques central to creating and editing electrical routes.
The goal of this course is to introduce you to the SOLIDWORKS Application Programming Interface (API). The API is used to automate redundant and lengthy design tasks using SOLIDWORKS software and to create completed engineering applications that can run both inside and outside of the SOLIDWORKS application.
The goal of this course is to explore many of the surfacing features inside SOLIDWORKS. Along with how to create and apply these surfacing features, additional features and methods commonly used in ergonomic and industrial designed models are also introduced.
In this course, you will learn the fundamentals of the SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional Application Programming Interface (API). The API is used to automate tasks as well as to add functionality to a SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional vault through the creation of standalone programs and add-in applications.