WHAT IS THE ADVANCED ASSEMBLY MODELING CLASS?
This two-day training class teaches advanced assembly techniques that are not easily picked up on your own, such as making a part on the fly (in context) while working within an assembly. In this class you will learn about Patterning and Mirroring parts at the assembly level. You will also learn about advanced mates, how to work with assembly configurations and display states, as well as techniques for working with large assemblies. Newer functionality is also shown, including facility layout and slot and profile center mates.
WHO IS ADVANCED ASSEMBLY MODELING DESIGNED FOR?
Do you want to understand how to mirror and pattern your assembly geometry quickly and easily? The SOLIDWORKS Advanced Assembly Modeling course is for the designer who wants to learn more than just the basics of assembly mates but wants to truly become more efficient in assembly modeling. If you make assembly drawings and want more knowledge and control, this course is a fit for you.
WHY SHOULD I TAKE THIS COURSE FROM DASI SOLUTIONS?
DASI’s Certified SOLIDWORKS Instructors will help you learn new techniques to help make smarter models that can handle changes easily. Becoming more efficient with smarter assembly techniques can speed up your design time tremendously. You will pick up best practices and learn from other users’ mistakes on how to build robust assemblies, quickly.
*This course is part of the curriculum for the DASI Solutions Apprenticeship Program, certified by the U.S. Department of Labor.
TRAINING CLASS AGENDA
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1 Advanced Mate Techniques
Introduction to SOLIDWORKS Assemblies
2 Top-Down Assembly Modeling
Stages in Top-Down Assembly Modeling
3 Assembly Features, Smart Fasteners,
5 Using Configurations with Assemblies
Using Configurations with Assemblies
6 Display States and Appearances
What are Display States?
7 Large Assemblies
8 Facility Layout
How to Publish an Asset
9 Using the SOLIDWORKS Treehouse
Introducing the SOLIDWORKS Treehouse
10 Layout-Based Assembly Design
What are Blocks?