CareerVision Training

Solidworks Advanced 2013 Video Tutorials

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 •  Format: DVD or Instant Download
 •  Duration: 9.5 Hours (87 lessons)
 •  Instructor: Matt Lombard
 •  Platform: Windows PC or Mac

In this Advanced SolidWorks training course, trainer Matt Lombard takes you beyond the basic techniques and tools in SolidWorks 2013 and shows you how to take your SolidWorks skills to the next level. This tutorial is designed for users that already have a basic understanding of SolidWorks, or have already taken the Learning SolidWorks 2013 course from Infinite Skills.

Matt starts right into this advanced training tutorial with a look at multi-body modeling. Next, the training continues on with an introduction to surfacing and once you have the basics down pat, you continue with surfacing complex shapes. Some of the other topics that Matt covers in this tutorial video include; working with solids and surfaces, master model techniques, using plate cams, gear mates, universal joint mates and other advanced mates. You will also learn about using assembly tools, file management and using top down design.

Once you have completed this advanced SolidWorks 2013 computer based video training course, you will have an in-depth understanding of SolidWorks, and how to use this software to create amazing 3D mechanical models. You will have practical experience in applying these techniques to real live 3D models within SolidWorks through the working files included from the author.

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.


The following sections are available for free viewing. Click on the links below to get started.

00. Free Videos From This Course Advantages And Limitations Of Multi-Bodies Face Shield And Mirroring Reference Point And Equation Driven Curves Working Between Solids And Surfaces Indent Feature Layouts And Assembly Sketches Piston Sub-Assembly Placing Parts Without Mates Lightweight, Hidden, Suppressed, And Resolved Files Break, Lock, and Remove External Relations Copy With Mates About The Author 01. Advanced Multi-Body 0101 Getting Started With Templates And Working Files 0102 Introduction To Multi-Body Modelling 0103 Dividing Solid Bodies 0104 Using The Intersect Tool 0105 Feature Scope 0106 Patterning And Moving Solid Bodies 0107 Advantages And Limitations Of Multi-Bodies 0108 Preferred System Settings 02. Surfacing Primer 0201 Why You Need Surface Modelling 0202 Making A Solid From Surface Features 0203 Boundary Surface In The Helmet Model 0204 Getting Started On The Helmet 0205 Ridges And Vents 0206 Adding Side Vents 0207 More Front Vents 0208 Adding Ridges 0209 Face Shield And Mirroring 03. Complex Shapes And Surfacing 0301 Interpolated Geometry 0302 Controlling And Evaluating Splines 0303 Making Smooth Splines 0304 Creating Spark Plug Wires 0305 Advanced Sketch Entities 0306 Curve Features 0307 Projected Curves 0308 Reference Point And Equation Driven Curves 0309 Intersection And Face Curves 04. Working With Solids And Surfaces 0401 Working Between Solids And Surfaces 0402 Cut With Surface And Replace Face 0403 Fill Surface To Replace A Face 0404 Using the Freeform Feature 0405 Using Delete Face Options 05. Advanced Solid Features 0501 Indent Feature 0502 Using The Wrap Feature 0503 Using The Flex Feature 0504 Dome And Shape Features 0505 Variable Radius Fillets 0506 Hold Lines And Full Rounds 0507 Setback Fillet 0508 Constant Width And Edge Selection 06. Master Model Techniques 0601 Introduction To Layouts And Master Model 0602 Splitting The Mouse 0603 Splitting Bodies Into Parts 0604 Save Bodies 0605 Insert Into New Part 0606 Insert Part 0607 Experimenting With Intersect 0608 Layouts And Assembly Sketches 07. Advanced Mates 0701 Width And Symmetry Mates 0702 Plate Cams 0703 Barrel Cam 0704 Gear Mates 0705 Rack And Pinion And Linear Coupler 0706 Hinge And Screw Mates 0707 Universal Joint Mate 0708 Mate References 0709 Lock, Fix, And In-Place Mates 0710 Assembling Block And Crankshaft 0711 Piston Sub-Assembly 0712 Second Piston Assembly 0713 Cylinder Head And Rocker Assembly 0714 Rocker, Valve, And Gears 08. Assembly Tools 0801 Placing Parts Without Mates 0802 Interference Detection 0803 Collision Detection 0804 SolidWorks AssemblyXpert and RX 0805 De-Feature Parts And Assemblies 0806 Sensors 0807 Advanced Selection Methods 0808 Animation And Movies 09. File Management 0901 Lightweight, Hidden, Suppressed, And Resolved Files 0902 Copying And Finding Referenced Documents 0903 SolidWorks Explorer And References 0904 Virtual Components 10. Top Down Design 1001 In Context Relationships 1002 Creating A Mould From Layout Sketches 1003 Workflow For Creating New Assemblies With In-Context Parts 1004 Assembly Holes Driven By Layouts 1005 Break, Lock, and Remove External Relations 11. Advanced Assemblies 1101 Copy With Mates 1102 Assembly Features 1103 Component Patterns 1104 Assembly Configurations 1105 Display States 1106 Large Assembly Mode 1107 Speedpak And Mark Or Purge Configuration Data 12. Conclusion 1201 Summary 1202 About The Author