Solidworks 2012 Advanced TrainingCareerVision Training
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• Format: DVD or Instant Download
• Duration: 8.5 Hours (83 lessons)
• Instructor: Infinite Skills
• Platform: Windows PC or Mac
Take your skills to the next level. This SolidWorks 2012 Advanced Tutorial Video is the ultimate in comprehensive instruction for the discerning professional.
These training classes use broadcast quality audio and video to deliver concise and informative training right to your desktop. The course is presented via an intuitive, easy-to-use interface, allowing you to learn at your own pace.
These SolidWorks 2012 Advanced Tutorials break even the most complex subjects down into easy to follow segments, following along is simple. Practical working files further enhance the learning process and provide a degree of retention that is unmatched by any other form of training.
Benefits of this Software Training:
• Tuition by expert tutors.
• Narrated training videos demonstrate the key tools and professional techniques helping you to work faster and smarter.
• Learning is fast as the trainers guide you using simplistic terms and minimal jargon.
• Personal Tutoring - Step-by-step video training from your own desktop.
• Delivered via DVD/CD training or online tuition.
• The tutor transfers knowledge to you quickly and effectively.
• All the concepts of each application are explained clearly and precisely.
• Course works on PC and Mac.
• Alternative to a boring book or manual and expensive training courses, seminars and amp; classes.
• Jump to and from lessons - learn at your own pace.
• The visual and practical nature shortens the learning curve compared to standard training manuals.
Free Videos From This Course
Patterning And Positioning Bodies Why You Need Surfaces Ruled Surfaces And Mutual Trim Creating A Flat Wire From A 3D Sketch Using The Wrap Feature Face Fillets File Management For Split Bodies Universal Joint Mate Assembling The Engine - Valve Train Motion And Animation Component Patterns
Advanced Multibody Multiple Bodies Body Folders And Display Properties Feature Scope And Combine Using The Split Feature Patterning And Positioning Bodies Boolean Operations - Combine Feature Advantages And Limitations Of Multibody Parts
Surfacing Primer Why You Need Surfaces Making A Solid From A Surface Starting The Helmet With A Boundary Surface Trimming With Sketches And Renaming Features Four Sided Boundaries And Degenerate Points Ruled Surfaces And Mutual Trim Creating The Jaw Vents Extrude Surface Special Function Adding Ridges Mirroring And More Ruled Surfaces
Complex Shapes And Surfacing Interpolated Geometry Evaluating And Controlling Splines Creating Smooth Splines Creating A Flat Wire From A 3D Sketch Creating Hoses And Spark Plug Wires 3D Splines In The Helmet Projected Curves XYZ And Reference Point Curves Equation, Intersection, And Face Curves
Working With Solids And Surfaces Working Between Solids And Surfaces Cut With Surface And Replace Face Using Fill To Replace A Face Using Freeform Delete Face And Delete Hole
Advanced Solid Features Creating An Indent Feature Using The Wrap Feature Flex Dome And Shape Arc-Spline Fillets And Full Round Face Fillets Setback Fillet FilletXpert And Selection Methods
Master Model Techniques 2D And 3D Layouts Splitting Bodies Into An Assembly Save Bodies Insert Part Insert Into New Part And Summary File Management For Split Bodies
Advanced Mates Symmetry And Width Mates Cam And Path Mates - Part 1 Cam And Path Mates - Part 2 Gear Mate Rack and amp; Pinion And Linear Coupler Mates Hinge And Screw Mates Universal Joint Mate Multi-Mate Mode And Mate Settings Mate References Lock, Fix, And In-Place Mates Assembling The Engine - Crankshaft Assembling The Engine -Pistons Assembling The Engine - Valve Train
Assembly Tools Placing Parts Without Mates Interferences AssemblyXpert And SolidWorks RX Defeature For Parts And Assemblies Sensors Advanced Selection Techniques Motion And Animation
File Management Changing File Names Replacing Parts And Mate Entities Copying An Assembly Pack And Go Virtual Components
Top-Down Design In-Context Or Top Down Modelling Layout Sketches External References Summary Lock, Break And Remove External References
Advanced Assemblies Copy With Mates Assembly Features Component Patterns Assembly Configurations Display States Large Assembly Mode Resolved, Hidden, Lightweight And Suppressed Speedpak Systems Options Overview