Learning SolidWorks 2012 Training Video

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Learning SolidWorks 2012 Training Video A Practical SolidWorks Training Course That Teaches Real World Skills In this project-based Learning SolidWorks 2012 video tutorial series, you'll quickly have relevant skills for real-world applications. Follow along with our expert instructor in this Learning SolidWorks 2012 Training Video course to get: Concise, informative and broadcast-quality SolidWorks 2012  training videos delivered to your desktop The ability to learn at your own pace with our intuitive, easy-to-use interface A quick grasp of even the most complex SolidWorks 2012  subjects because they're broken into simple, easy to follow tutorial videos Practical working files further enhance the learning process and provide a degree of retention that is unmatched by any other form of SolidWorks 2012  tutorial, online or offline... so you'll know the exact steps for your own projects. Course Fast Facts: Only 10 hours to complete this course 106 tutorial videos Expert instructors lead each course Download to any Windows PC or Mac and save for viewing off line Course is accessible 24/7 from any computer once downloaded You can study from home or at work at your own pace in your own time Course Description In this Learning SolidWorks 2012 Training Video, you will learn how to utilize the tools and techniques in this software to create 3D CAD models and assemblies. This training course is designed for the beginner, you do not have to have any previous experience with SolidWorks in order to learn from this tutorial video. Starting with the basics, you will tour the interface, and learn how to customize it to work efficiently within SolidWorks. Next, you will learn how to sketch your designs, before you proceed right into creating models. Each topic builds on the last, and you start creating a model of a bracket. Next, you will learn the tools and techniques to design a plastic...

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Solidworks
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Course programme

01. Introduction
  • 0101 First Time You Run SolidWorks
  • 0102 Using Help Resources
  • 0103 SolidWorks Default Interface
  • 0104 Customizing The Interface - Part 1
  • 0105 Customizing The Interface - Part 2
  • 0106 Customizing The Interface - Part 3
  • 0107 Customizing Keyboard Shortcuts
  • 0108 Customizing Mouse Gestures
  • 0109 Customizing The Options Tab
  • 0110 Templates And File Types
  • 02. Sketching
    • 0201 Introducing Sketch Elements - Part 1
    • 0202 Introducing Sketch Elements - Part 2
    • 0203 Introducing Sketch Elements - Part 3
    • 0204 Introducing Sketch Elements - Part 4
    • 0205 Introducing Sketch Elements - Part 5
    • 0206 Automatic Sketch Relations And Cursor Feedback
    • 0207 Introducing Dimensions
    • 0208 Where To Start - Part 1
    • 0209 Where To Start - Part 2
    • 0210 Creating Your First Part - Alternator Cover - Part 1
    • 0211 Creating Your First Part - Alternator Cover - Part 2
    • 0212 Using DWG-DXF Data
  • 03. Modeling A Bracket
    • 0301 Identifying Features
    • 0302 Base Plate And Bosses
    • 0303 Creating Ribs And Draft
    • 0304 Holes And Fillets
    • 0305 Fillets - Part 1
    • 0306 Fillets - Part 2
    • 0307 Chamfers
    • 0308 Symmetry In Sketches
    • 0309 Mirror Features, Bodies, And Parts-Fixed
    • 0310 Simple Configurations
    • 0311 Table Driven Configurations
    • 0312 Custom Properties
    • 0313 Tags, Comments And Design Binder
  • 04. Modeling A Plastic Housing
    • 0401 Plastic Features Intro
    • 0402 Draft
    • 0403 Shell - Part 1
    • 0404 Shell - Part 2
    • 0405 Ribs
    • 0406 Mounting Boss
    • 0407 Circular Pattern
    • 0408 Screw Boss
    • 0409 Lip And Groove
    • 0410 Reference Geometry
    • 0411 Snap Hook
    • 0412 Snap Hook Groove
    • 0413 Vents
  • 05. Modeling A Sheet Metal Enclosure
    • 0501 Intro To Sheet Metal
    • 0502 Flanges And Tabs - Part 1
    • 0503 Flanges And Tabs - Part 2
    • 0504 Hems, Jogs And Curved Flanges
    • 0505 Placing Forming Tools
    • 0506 Creating Forming Tools And Using Library Features
    • 0507 Insert Bends
    • 0508 Lofted Bends
    • 0509 Reliefs And Corner Treatments
  • 06. Simple Sweeps And Lofts
    • 0601 3D Sketch
    • 0602 Sweeping A Pipe
    • 0603 Sweeping A Wire
    • 0604 Sweep With Guide Curves
    • 0605 Loft And Boundary
    • 0606 Selection Methods
    • 0607 Helical Features
    • 0608 More Helical Sweeps
  • 07. Part Drawings
    • 0701 Introduction To Drawings
    • 0702 Drawing Templates
    • 0703 Sheet Formats
    • 0704 Creating A New Drawing
    • 0705 Creating Views
    • 0706 Creating Special Views
    • 0707 Placing Dimensions
    • 0708 Placing Annotations
    • 0709 Tables
  • 08. Editing Techniques
    • 0801 Editing - Part 1
    • 0802 Editing - Part 2
    • 0803 Editing And Parent-Child
    • 0804 Rollback, Freeze, And Suppress
  • 09. Building Assemblies
    • 0901 Introducing Assemblies
    • 0902 Assembly Templates And Starting A New Assembly
    • 0903 Mates And Copying Parts
    • 0904 Replacing And Inserting Parts
    • 0905 Smart Mates And Mate Editing
    • 0906 Editing A Part In Assembly
    • 0907 Mating A Spring
    • 0908 Subassemblies And In-Context Editing
    • 0909 Motion And Animation
    • 0910 Using Loft On Motorcycle Fork Parts
    • 0911 Creating Handlebars Using In-Context Modeling
    • 0912 Sketch Picture, 3D Sketch, And Curves
    • 0913 Creating A Chain With Multi-Bodies
    • 0914 More With Multi-Bodies
  • 10. Visualization Techniques
    • 1001 Introduction To Visualization
    • 1002 Display Styles And Scenes
    • 1003 Section Views And Viewports
    • 1004 Display Manager And Display Pane
    • 1005 Scenes, Lights And Cameras
  • 11. Assembly Drawings
    • 1101 Bill Of Materials And Ballooning
    • 1102 Exploded View
    • 1103 Multisheet Drawings And Formats
    • 1104 Printing And E-Drawings
    • 1105 Data Transfer
  • 12. Best Practices
    • 1201 Settings Used In Lessons
    • 1202 Best Practice For Sketching And Features
    • 1203 Best Practice For Assemblies
    • 1204 SolidWorks On The Web

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