SOLIDWORKS Become a Certified Associate Today CSWA

SolidWorks Training: Learn to Master SolidWorks to the Associate Certification Level Even if You are a Complete Beginner
SOLIDWORKS Become a Certified Associate Today CSWA
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Tayseer Almattar


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SOLIDWORKS Become a Certified Associate Today CSWA

What you’ll learn

Confidently list your SOLIDWORKS skills in your resume
Use SOLIDWORKS to design/draft your next innovation
Take, with confidence, the SOLIDWORKS Associate Certification test – CSWA
Self-learn advanced functions in SOLIDWORKS
Use SOLIDWORKS to make basic models

SOLIDWORKS Become a Certified Associate Today CSWA


You will need SOLIDWORKS 2013 or newer to open the models we provide throughout the course.
No prior knowledge. You just need the desire to learn and create awesome stuff.


This is a streamlined course to take you from knowing nothing about SOLIDWORKS to giving you all the knowledge and skills needed to become a certified SOLIDWORKS associate. This course should enable you to, with confidence, use SOLIDWORKS to design your next innovation. After this course, you can proudly list your SOLIDWORKS skills in your resume.THIS COURSE IS NOT A SHORTCUT TO GETTING THE CERTIFICATE. We are following a learn-by-doing approach for you to truly master all the skills needed for the certification test.*The interface used in this program is the classical SOLIDWORKS interface. We have another updated program with the ==================About this course:With this course, you will get:Full, free lifetime access to 77 lectures (increasing over time).All future extra lectures and upgrades will always be free.Unconditional Udemy 30 days money-back guarantee – We are sure you would love the course though :)Regular free bonus additions to increase your knowledge. – lots of fun topics!Today, you can start your journey to becoming a SOLIDWORKS professional with ZERO prior experience!I stress that you need no prior experience, and there is nothing to buy or pay for!!! You will only need SOLIDWORKS itself.Why our course?!Learn from the best. Your instructor is the author of the book Learn SOLIDWORKS books. You will have all your questions answered by experts in the course forum.Get access to an exclusive student SOLIDWORKS community.We follow the learning-by-doing approach, which is proven the best for learning software like SOLIDWORKS.We have enlarged the interface icons in our screencasts to make our videos more eye-friendly. We even enlarged the mouse cursor!!We use annotations in all our lectures for easier follow-up.We made our videos short and concentrated on one or a few aspects to make them easier for reference. We also designed each lecture to be a stand-alone lecture.You will learn:How to navigate through the SOLIDWORKS interface.How to sketch with different sketch commands.How to define sketches using relations or distances.How to use more than 10 different features to create 3D models. (extruded boss and cut, fillet, chamfers, revolved boss and cut, swept boss and cut, lofted boss and cut)How to create additional reference planes.How to modify given parts to match design needs.How to explore different materials for your models.How to find your model’s mass, volume, and center of gravity.How to assemble different parts into an assembly file.How to generate drawings from parts and models.How to interpret different drawing annotations.Click the ‘take this course’ button, top right, now… Every hour you delay is costing you great creations and skills :)Tayseer Almattar


Section 1: Starters and Course Overview

Lecture 1 What is this Course all about!!

Lecture 2 How to Study this course?! In a Udemy-Technical-Sense !!

Lecture 3 What is SOLIDWORKS!?

Lecture 4 The SOLIDWORKS Version(s)

Section 2: Basic SOLIDWORKS Interface and Navigation

Lecture 5 What is in this section?! Basic SOLIDWORKS Interface and Navigation

Lecture 6 Starting a New Part

Lecture 7 Know about the Command Bar, Canvas and Design Tree

Lecture 8 Adjusting the Document’s Measurement Units

Lecture 9 Utilizing the Mouse for More Efficient Models Control and Creation

Lecture 10 Switch your SOLIDWORKS interface to Dark Mode

Lecture 11 Section Conclusion: Basic Interface and Navigation

Lecture 12 Discussion – Why Learn 3D Modeling?

Section 3: Let’s Start Sketching

Lecture 13 What is in this Section?! Lets Start Sketching

Lecture 14 Select a Plane to Sketch on

Lecture 15 WATCH OUT!! Always Link your Sketches to the Origin

Lecture 16 Sketching Basic Shapes Part 1 – Rectangles and Lines

Lecture 17 Sketching Basic Shapes Part 2 – Circles, Arcs and Ellipses

Lecture 18 Using Dimensions (Distances) to Define Your Sketch

Lecture 19 Yes, we can use Angles too!!

Lecture 20 Using Relations to Define your Sketch Part 1 – Between Lines and Points

Lecture 21 Using Relations to Define Your Sketches Part 2 -Between Circles, Ellipses, Lines

Lecture 22 SOLIDWORKS Applying Relations Automatically!! How does that work!?

Lecture 23 Knowing and Deleting Active Relations

Lecture 24 Additional Lines: Construction Lines and Center Lines

Lecture 25 More Sketch Commands: Mirror, Offset, Patterns and Trim

Lecture 26 EXERCISES on Sketching…. Practice, Practice, Practice.

Lecture 27 Teaser to the next Section: GOING 3D

Lecture 28 Section Conclusion: Let us Start Sketching

Section 4: Let’s Start Applying Basic Features

Lecture 29 What is in This Section?! Lets Start Applying Basic Features!

Lecture 30 What are Features?! Where do they Fall in Modelling!?

Lecture 31 Our First Features: Extrude Boss, Cut Extrude, and Fillet

Lecture 32 Let us Edit and Delete Features.

Lecture 33 Let us do Chamfers now

Lecture 34 Let us Practice our First Features!

Lecture 35 Design Priorities_ A point in Design Intent

Lecture 36 EXERCISES on Basic Features….. Practice, Practice, Practice

Lecture 37 Section Conclusion: Let’s Start Applying Basic Features!

Lecture 38 Join Our SOLIDWORKS Community

Section 5: Let’s Start Applying more Complex Features

Lecture 39 What is this Section?! Let’s Start Applying more Complex Features

Lecture 40 The Features: Revolved Boss and Revolved Cut!

Lecture 41 The Features: Swept Boss and Swept Cut

Lecture 42 Reference Geometries: Making new Planes other than Base Planes and faces!

Lecture 43 The Features: Lofted Boss and Lofted Cut

Lecture 44 7 Shortcuts to Speed up Your Workflow

Lecture 45 PRACTICE!! Let’s Model Something that uses some of those Complex Features!

Lecture 46 EXERCISES on more Complex Features.

Lecture 47 Section Conclusion: Let’s Start Applying more Complex Features

Lecture 48 Hey there! ?

Section 6: Let’s Explore Material and Mass Properties

Lecture 49 What is this Section? Let’s Explore Material and Mass Properties

Lecture 50 Selecting Materials for Your Parts

Lecture 51 Viewing Mass Properties

Lecture 52 EXERCISES on Materials and Mass Properties… Practice, Practice, Practice

Lecture 53 Section Conclusion: Let’s Explore Material and Mass Properties.

Section 7: Let’s Start doing Assemblies

Lecture 54 What is this Section? Let’s start doing Assemblies

Lecture 55 Opening an Assembly File

Lecture 56 Types of Mates in SOLIDWORKS: Standard, Advanced and Mechanical

Lecture 57 A Point in Adding Parts _ Base Fixed Part

Lecture 58 The Standard Mates: Coincident, Parallel, and Perpendicular

Lecture 59 The Standard Mates: Tangent and Concentric

Lecture 60 Finding out Existing Mates, Deleting or Modifying them!

Lecture 61 The Standard Mates: Distance and Angle

Lecture 62 The Standard Mate: LOCK

Lecture 63 Reference Geometries: Coordinate System

Lecture 64 PRACTICE!! Let’s Assemble something using Standard Mates

Lecture 65 EXERCISE: Practice, Practice, Practice – Assemblies

Lecture 66 Section Conclusion: Let’s start doing Assemblies

Section 8: Let’s Start doing 2D Drawings

Lecture 67 What is this Section? Let’s Start doing 2D Drawings

Lecture 68 The importance of 2D Engineering Drawings

Lecture 69 Opening a Drawing File

Lecture 70 Adjusting Measurement Units’ System in a Drawing File

Lecture 71 Creating Standard Orthographic Views from a Part

Lecture 72 How to Change the Drawing Scale

Lecture 73 Communicate your Drawings: Dimensions, Holes, Centerlines and Display Style

Lecture 74 That Information Block at the Bottom of the Drawing!

Lecture 75 Exporting a Drawing as a PDF or an Image

Lecture 76 Additional Drawing Competencies: Know what is meant with drawing annotations

Lecture 77 Section Conclusion: Let’s Start doing 2D Drawings!

Section 9: Final Practice Test

Section 10: More Fun Here!

Section 11: Sample CSWA Exam Walkthrough

Lecture 78 Section Intro

Lecture 79 Questions 1-2

Lecture 80 Question 3

Lecture 81 Question 4

Lecture 82 Question 5

Lecture 83 Question 6

Lecture 84 Question 7

Lecture 85 Question 8

Section 12: Additional Stuff

Lecture 86 Taking SOLIDWORKS Certification Test

Lecture 87 Congratulations! We are done with this course!

Lecture 88 Congratulations!! You are done! Tell us something now…

Lecture 89 BONUS Lecture

Individuals intending to take SOLIDWORKS Associate Certificate – CSWA,Individuals intending to learn the basics of SOLIDWORKS,Individuals wanting to get started with 3D modeling,Individuals wanting to get a better job via SOLIDWORKS skills,Individuals wanting to list SOLIDWORKS skills in their resume,Designers, Engineers, Makers, and Hobbyist

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Udemy | English | 5h 28m | 2.90 GB
Created by: Tayseer Almattar

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