Hands-On SolidWorks: Create exciting models using SolidWorks

Hands-On SolidWorks: Create exciting models using SolidWorks
Hands-On SolidWorks: Create exciting models using SolidWorks
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Design and deliver powerful Designs with SolidWorks

SolidWorks is a solution for any business or professional looking to integrate design and manufacturing processes with photorealistic visuals of projects and collaborative features with this 3D experience platform.

If you want to take your product design to the next level, SolidWorks can help you succeed.

This course covers the full range of features in SolidWorks, and will help you gain the skills to draw and model any simple or complex mechanical shape or assembly – and ultimately design better products. Throughout the course, we will utilize a variety of real-world examples to support your learning and inspire you for your own projects.

By the end of the course, you will have the skills and confidence to start designing your own 3D models and assemblies.

Note: The course uses SolidWorks versions 2019 and 2020. However the course content independent of version used.


  • How to sketch 2D drawings and create a fully constrained picture
  • Gain the understanding to create sketch-based features and apply a combination of modifying techniques (extrude, revolve, sweep, loft)
  • Learn to modify 3D bodies using modifying tools (fillete, chamfer, shell, and rob)
  • Create pattern and mirror features, bodies and geometries, and add geometric references (planes and axis)
  • Construct fully-defined assemblies and non-fully defined assemblies (mechanisms)
  • Perform detailed shop drawings for fabrication
  • Get to know the workings of the Stirling Engine by using its prototype
Table of Contents

Touring the User Interface
1 The Course Overview
2 Creating a New Part and Touring the Interface
3 Understanding the 3D Concept
4 Model Views and Orientation
5 Managing the Systems of Units
6 Customizing the Appearance of the System
7 Saving the Work

D Sketching
8 Starting a New Sketch
9 Sketching Lines
10 Sketching Rectangles
11 Sketching Circles
12 Sketching Arcs
13 Sketching Ellipses
14 Sketching Parabolas and Conics
15 Sketching Splines
16 Sketching Slots
17 Sketching Polygons
18 Sketching Texts
19 Trim Entities

Sketch Editing and Dimensioning
20 What Sketch Constraints Are
21 Usage of Horizontal and Vertical Constraints
22 Usage of Parallel and Perpendicular Constraints
23 Usage of Mid Point and Co-Incident Constraints
24 Usage of Tangent and Equal Constraints
25 Usage of Concentric and Co-Radial Constraints
26 Usage of Curve Length and Symmetric Constraints
27 Fix Relation
28 Dimensioning
29 Fillet and Chamfer
30 Offset and Mirror
31 Linear and Circular Patterns
32 Sketch Practice One
33 Sketch Practice Two
34 Sketch Practice Three
35 Sketch Practice Four
36 Sketch Practice Five
37 Sketch Practice Six
38 Sketch Practice Seven
39 Over Defined Sketches

Sketch Based Features
40 Creating Extruded Boss
41 Extruded Boss Start End Conditions and Draft
42 Extruded Boss Thin and Selected Contours
43 Creating Extruded Cut
44 Creating Revolved Boss Cut
45 Creating Swept Boss Cut
46 Plane Creation
47 Multibody Technique
48 Linear Pattern
49 Circular Pattern
50 Mirror and Other Patterns
51 Rib
52 Shell Feature
53 Draft Feature
54 Fillet and Chamfer
55 D Sketching
56 Hole Wizard
57 Lofted Boss

Other 3D Tools
58 Defining Materials
59 Calculating the Mass of a Body
60 Creating Sections in 3D
61 Checking Interference
62 Managing Units
63 Measuring Tool

Assembly Design
64 Assembly User Interface
65 Coincident Mate
66 Other Types of Mates
67 Linear Patterns
68 Circular Pattern and Mirror
69 Exploded View
70 Interference Detection

Detailing for Shop Drawings
71 Creating a Drawing File
72 Section Views
73 Detail View
74 Centerlines and Center Marks
75 Note and Format Printer
76 Adding Dimensions
77 Editing Sheet Format

Stirling Engine Design
78 Stirling Engine Principle
79 Displacer Cylinder Modelling
80 Displacer Cylinder and Power Cylinder Modelling
81 Support Modelling
82 Crank Shaft Modelling
83 Bearing Modelling and Shaft Placement
84 Displacer and Power Piston Modelling
85 The Connecting Rod Sub-Assembly Modelling
86 Pin Insertion and Exploded Views
87 Detailed Drawing