Stamping Die Design Solid Edge Training
Summit Tool Design| 205 Calvin Park Boulevard | Rockford, IL| 61107-4604 | Tel: 815-399-5460

Solid Edge Fundamentals and Assembly Training

Delivered with Experience and Knowledge

Introduction This course is tailored to meet the needs of the students attending and will run 3 - 5 days.  A 3 day course is most common.  Additional days are added for larger classes or to expand the scope of the syllabus.  The course is planned for the novice to intermediate user wanting to get a fast start and/or increase design productivity.  The focus of the course is on the concepts and principals essential to the productive use of Solid Edge.  While centered around the Ordered workflow, Synchronous workflows and skills are introduced and compared frequently. At Course Completion Students will have been introduced to Solid Edge and the skills needed to design parametric models of machined and sheet metal parts, the basic assembly command set, detail drawings and the Design Manager. They will also be familiar with the Solid Edge user interface, adding features, sketching tools and various modeling techniques. Prerequisites Potential students should have completed the following prior to the class: Basic understanding of Mechanical Design Explored a generous selection of the available Solid Edge Tutorials Lack of Mechanical Design experience is very difficult to overcome in the classroom, and just a little exposure to Solid Edge prior to the class can make a significant difference.  Students that do not meet these basics should realize the impact it will have on their learning experience. Course Materials A full color, spiral bound workbook and hands-on lab exercises are provided for each student. Topics included with this course:  Exploring Solid Edge 2D Functions and Requirements Primary Features Treatment Features Specialized Features Creating Drawings of 3D Models Dimensions and Annotation Basic Assembly Design Basic Document Management
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What Others Are Saying
"Everything was beyond what I expected. It was a good time and I learned a great deal about Solid Edge. Not only did I get to learn how to do things, but I learned about how and why Solid Edge works the way it does." Bobby Atkinson Heatcraft, Inc. Refrigeration Products Danville, IL
Stamping Die Design Solid Edge Training
Summit Tool Design| 205 Calvin Park Boulevard Rockford, IL| 61107-4604 | Tel: 815-399-5460

Delivered with Experience and Knowledge

Introduction This course is tailored to meet the needs of the students attending and will run 3 - 5 days.  A 3 day course is most common.  Additional days are added for larger classes or to expand the scope of the syllabus.  The course is planned for the novice to intermediate user wanting to get a fast start and/or increase design productivity.  The focus of the course is on the concepts and principals essential to the productive use of Solid Edge.  While centered around the Ordered workflow, Synchronous workflows and skills are introduced and compared frequently. At Course Completion Students will have been introduced to Solid Edge and the skills needed to design parametric models of machined and sheet metal parts, the basic assembly command set, detail drawings and the Design Manager. They will also be familiar with the Solid Edge user interface, adding features, sketching tools and various modeling techniques. Prerequisites Potential students should have completed the following prior to the class: Basic understanding of Mechanical Design Explored a generous selection of the available Solid Edge Tutorials Lack of Mechanical Design experience is very difficult to overcome in the classroom, and just a little exposure to Solid Edge prior to the class can make a significant difference.  Students that do not meet these basics should realize the impact it will have on their learning experience. Course Materials A full color, spiral bound workbook and hands-on lab exercises are provided for each student. Topics included with this course:  Exploring Solid Edge 2D Functions and Requirements Primary Features Treatment Features Specialized Features Creating Drawings of 3D Models Dimensions and Annotation Basic Assembly Design Basic Document Management
Request a Proposal

Solid Edge Fundamentals

and Assembly Training

What Others Are Saying
"Everything was beyond what I expected. It was a good time and I learned a great deal about Solid Edge. Not only did I get to learn how to do things, but I learned about how and why Solid Edge works the way it does." Bobby Atkinson Heatcraft, Inc. Refrigeration Products Danville, IL