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October 16th, 2018

Solidworks Training Courses

Solidworks top down design exercise . Replace standard trucks with spring steel version.

Solidworks Training Courses 2018

Engineers learn on their own,  With these workflow oriented Solidworks training courses we facilitate your learning process.  These courses include topics such as manufacturing classes ie die casting, plastic part design, sheet metal & forging classes to learning how to design with Solidworks.  These Soldiworks training courses range from part design, top down design, large assemblies and detail drawings.   All design engine Solidworks training classes focus on core-modeling skills all with respect to a manufacturing or prototyping process.  Contact us today 312.226.8339 to get an estimate for your team or fill out our form and tell us about yourself.

We also have two full weeks of Solidworks Surfacing training classes.  Focus on basic model management techniques for changing models /designs in a resilient & robust methodology is always part of our training mission. We also help participants use other designer’s or engineer’s models more effectively.

If you are unemployed or about to graduate with an engineering or industrial design degree, consider the Design engine four week comprehensive courses or the season ticket which gives participants full access to the Design Engine studio and all the classes we offer for two years.   Think of it as your office at our office in Chicago.

SOLIDWORKS Training Course: Learning to design using Solidworks

SolidWorks Level 2: Advanced Assembly & Detail Drawings

SolidWorks: Sheet Metal Workshop

SolidWorks: Four Week Comprehensive

Solidworks Surface Modeling Classes

Solidworks Surfacing: WEEK ONE

SolidWorks Surfacing WEEK TWO: Class-A Surfacing

SolidWorks Level 3: Advanced Modeling

Creo to SolidWorks or SolidWorks to Creo

Solidworks Manufacturing classes

Plastic Part Design for Injection Molding Workshop

Die Cast Part Design Intensive

Forging Part Design Workshop

Solidworks Simulation

SolidWorks Simulation Level 1: Intro to Simulation

SolidWorks Simulation Level 2: Premium Dynamics

 

 


About the Author

Bart Brejcha
As the main instructor for Design-engine Bart teaches many of the PTC Creo & the Solidworks Surfacing classes. When he is not developing new training material you will find him on motorcycles, bicycles or on a skateboard. He loves any kind of racing on two wheels.




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