Solid Edge Training Course

Solid Edge Online Training Course focuses on best practice and modeling techniques to take your Solid Edge knowledge and skills to an advanced level. This will enable you to be more productive and efficient in your working with Solid Edge.

  • 20000
  • 25000
  • Course Includes
  • Live Class Practical Oriented Training
  • 90 + Hrs Instructor LED Training
  • 45 + Hrs Practical Exercise
  • 35 + Hrs Project Work & Assignment
  • Timely Doubt Resolution
  • Dedicated Student Success Mentor
  • Certification & Job Assistance
  • Free Access to Workshop & Webinar
  • No Cost EMI Option


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What you will learn

  • Fundamentals of CAD, introduction of Solid edge.
  • Basic knowledge of workspace, introduction of different menu bars.
  • Sketches draw Feature and smart dimension tools.
  • Datum Planes and Reference geometry.
  • Parametric tools group’s utilities tool, section views.
  • Technical drawing reading and how to make it.
  • Basic 3D modeling, relate, solids
  • Creating planes.
  • Exploring assembly.
  • Basic assembly mates, Advance assembly mates.
  • Creating drawings.
  • Layouts plotting.
  • Material and rendering.

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge of engineering graphics and design. Knowledge about basic cad software like, AutoCAD.

Description

|| About Solid Edge Training Course

Solid Edge Online Training Course focuses on the fundamental skills and concepts central to the use of Solid Edge. It uncovers all of the potential uses of production level solid modeling and introduces techniques for using Synchronous Technology. Solid Edge training course delivers the knowledge and skills to use Solid Edge, a 3D CAD software, for solid modeling, assembly modeling along with drafting and designing. Participants learn all from concept to completion including benefits of ordered and synchronous commands. Sheet metal designing is also covered to teach design and change production level parts and assemblies.

 

Solidedges’ is considered as Advanced CAD software for engineering. CAD means computer aided design. It is use as normal design to high level 3D design. Solidedge is like base of designing software. It is very useful software for 3D modeling, assembly, Machine building Etc. like, jig and fixture development, product design, mechanism development, manufacturing drawing. Etc. That’s why Solidedge useful software for Professional designer as well as student. We can say rapid design software. It is very useful software for mechanical, automobile, aeronautical, electrical.The unique properties of Solidedge are User friendly software. It have many advance level features for 3D design and assembly like parametric and advance assembly, explored view Etc. Solidedge is beneficial software for 3D design and assembly. Like, sheet metal industry, automobile, Product design company Etc are use Solidedge software for drawing and designing. This course has been designed with the aim to understand the fundamentals of Advance 3D modeling and engineering drawing which ease the learning procedure of high-level designing software’s such as Creo, NX, Ansys, Etc.

Course Content

Lecture-1 Interface - The Appearance

·      Learning Tools

·      Help

·      Tooltips

·      Command Finder

·      Tutorials

·      Take a tour of the User Interface

·      Practical Exercise              

Lecture-2 Design

·      Application Button

·      Quick Access Toolbar

·      The Ribbon with Tabbed Groups

·      Command Bar with Docking Window and Tab Sets

·      Prompt and Status Bar

·      Mouse Button Options

·      Traditional Part Design Workflow

·      Creating Models

·      Edit and Change

·      Adding to the Model

·      Manage the Completed Model

·      Practical Exercise              

Lecture-3 Draft

·      Interface

·      Sheets

·      Views

·      Dimensions and Annotation Tools

·      2D to 3D to 2D Workflow

·      Custom Sheets and Title Blocks

·      Practical Exercise              

Lecture-4 2D Tools

·      Line

·      Circle

·      Rectangle

·      Dimension

·      Arc

·      Ellipse

·      Practical Exercise              

Lecture-5 Where to start, Sketches or Regions?

·      Traditional or Synchronous design? Which features to model first

·      Practical Exercise              

Lecture-6 Additional Relationships

·      All relationships w/Rapid part placement

·      Using ref planes and patterns

·      Practical Exercise              

Lecture-7 3D Tools

·      Extrude

·      Revolve

·      Sweep

·      Loft

·      Hole

·      Practical Exercise              

Lecture-8 Solid editing

·      Draft

·      Ribs

·      Fillet

·      Chamfer

·      Shell

·      Helix

·      Thicken      

·      Solid sweep

·      Lip

·      Web network

·      3D Sections, view styles and shortcut

·      Practical Exercise              

Lecture-9 Solid editing 2

·      Pattern

·      Relate

·      Face relate

·      Practical Exercise              

Lecture-10 Assembly

·      Interface

·      Building the Foundation: Relationships

·      Changing that Foundation, No Cracks!

·      Component Design Changes

·      Tools for Managing the Growing Assembly

·      Assembly Constraints Interface

·      Building the Foundation: Relationships

·      Changing that Foundation…No Cracks!

·      Component Design Changes

·      Tools for Managing the Growing Assembly

·      Synchronous Assemblies

·      Synchronous Assembly Design

·      Practical Exercise              

Lecture-11 Dynamic assembly

·      Dynamic mates

·      Practical Exercise              

Lecture-12 Editing Assemblies

·      Checking tools

·      Interference checks

·      Dynamic movement

·      Editing relationships/models

·      Controlling updates

·      Move and replace parts

·      Practical Exercise              

Lecture-13 Animation

·      Linear motor

·      Rotary motor

·      Practical Exercise              

Lecture-14 Some engineering tools

·      Material define

·      Material creation

·      Mass

·      Measure

·      Practical Exercise              

Lecture-15 Part and Assembly Draft

·      Views

·      Bill of Materials / Parts List

·      Explode/Render/Animate – Exploded Views

·      Practical Exercise