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DFAB-206 - SOLIDWORKS Essentials
SOLIDWORKS Essentials teaches students how to maximize their use of assembly modeling capabilities of SOLIDWORKS mechanical design automation software. In addition, students will use multibody solids, sweeping and lofting features, and more advanced shaping capabilities of SOLIDWORKS. This course will also include preparation for the Certified SOLIDWORKS Professional (CSWP) exam. Prerequisite: DFAB-105 with a "C" grade or better. Can be taken concurrently with DFAB-270 with permission of Division Chair. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. Offered fall term only.
Academic Level:
Undergraduate
Department:
Digital Fabrication
Subject:
Digital Fabrication*
Prerequisites:
Please see course description for all prerequisites.
Corequisites:
None
Credits:
3
Course Objectives: 1. Demonstrate how a Weldment feature affects a part model (PG1, PG5). 2. Generate and manipulate Weldment features and profiles (PG1, PG5). 3. Illustrate how to effectively work with Weldement Cut List Items and Member Profiles (PG1, PG5). 4. Generate Weldment Configurations, drawing details, and annotations (PG1, PG5). 5. Construct and manipulate bent structural members (PG 1, PG5). 6. Facilitate the uniques traits of sheet metal parts, parameters, and flanges (PG 1, PG5). 7. Produce and revise flat patterns and feature properties (PG 1, PG5). 8. Create and differentiate various sheet metal methods and techniques (PG 1, PG5). 9. Convert geometry into sheet metal and multibody sheet metal parts (PG 1, PG5). 10. Devise and modify forming tools and gussets features and properties (PG 1, PG5).operties (PG 1, PG5).
DFAB-206
SOLIDWORKS Essentials
Course: DFAB-206 - SOLIDWORKS Essentials

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