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SolidWorks Fundamental

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Program Overview

SolidWorks Fundamental course teaches you how to use the SolidWorks mechanical design automation software to build parametric models of parts and assemblies, and how to make drawings of those parts and assemblies. In this course students will build the fundamental knowledge required for designing in 3D including sketching, design features, creating parts, building assemblies, and generating drawings with BOMs and exploded views.
SolidWorks Fundamental course will also teach best practices for sketching quickly and effectively to give your models a strong foundation. Create parametric parts using a variety of features and assemble them together from the bottom-up.


You call them instructors, we call them your Mentors!

They are the catalysts under whose supervision and arm’s length support our students are empowered to accomplish expertise in advanced technology. We boast of enterprising and talented resources with proven track records who are working in tandem with our goal to provide inspiring and enduring technical learning experience to our students.


Level 1: SolidWorks Essential

SolidWorks Basics and the User Interface
Introduction to Sketching
Basic Part Modeling
Symmetry and Draft
Revolved Features
Shelling and Ribs
Editing: Repairs
Editing: Design Changes
Using Drawings
Bottom-Up Assembly Modeling
Using Assemblies
Level 2: SolidWorks Drawings

Drawing Sheets and Views
Sheet Formats and Templates
Assembly Drawing Views
Bill of Materials and Tables
Performance and Display Issues
Drawing References and Comparison
Level 3: Assembly Modeling

Understanding Assemblies
Advanced Mate Techniques
Top-Down Assembly Modeling
Assembly Features, Smart Fasteners, and Smart
Using Configurations with Assemblies
Display States and Appearances
Assembly Editing
Layout-based Assembly Design
Large Assemblies


Certificate of participation

Who should do this course?

Mechanical Engineers, engineering Students, R & D engineer, Mechanical Design Engineer,
Mechanical Designer, Mechanical Draftsman, Draftsman, Mechanical Engineering Technician
Industrial Engineer, Industrial Designer, Process Engineer, Facility Engineer
Product Development Engineer, Product Designer



  • Session one
    08 October 2016
    21 08 16
  • Session two
    11 February 2017
    23 12 16
  • Session three
    08 July 2017
    26 05 17