Computer Aided Design
Introduction to SolidWorks Modeling 2015 (CAD 202)
In this course more complex solid models are created by introducing advance methods. The focus will be on the model’s characteristics that are important in the next phase of design such as simulation and analysis.
This course is designed for intermediate CAD users and seasoned users of other CAD systems. Real life case studies are used to illustrate processes, teaching essentials the student needs for building parametric models and assemblies. Engineering Graduates, Design Engineers, Structural Engineers, Mold Designers, Mechanical, Aerospace, Civil and Electrical Engineers, Mechanical Engineering Technicians, Production Technologists, Mechanical Drafters, Tool and Die Designers, Hobbyists and Prototype Developers, etc. could benefit from this intermediate course.
- Advanced sketching, solid modelling, assembly mating techniques
- Complex model surfaces
- Three-dimensional sketches
- Animation of assemblies
Upon succesfull completion of this course, the student will:
- Create intricate parts using advanced sketching and solid modelling techniques
- Generate complex assemblies from the parts created or modified
- Produce animations of assemblies to verify assembly motions
- Prepare a model for simulation and analysis
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