Become An Expert In Solid Edge
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Become An Expert In Solid Edge

Take your 3D CAD modelling to a whole new level
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Created by Antony Mazonowicz
Last updated 11/2016
English
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Design physical products for manufacture or 3D print using the 3D CAD package Solid Edge which could lead to promotion or even the start of a new career.
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Requirements
  • Students will need a copy of Solid Edge running on their machine.
  • They will need a basic familiarity with Solid Edge before starting this course.
Description

This course is perfect for those who have a very basic grounding in Solid Edge but are now ready to learn some of the intricacies of such a powerful program.

We start with a basic modelling and assembly exercise.

Together we'll build a pedestal, a stand for a plant pot. Creating the parts and putting them together. We’ll colour it too!

I’ll show you exactly what to do, where to click and what your options are at each stage. There are short tests to help you think a little deeper about the topics covered.

As time passes, more lectures will be added and you'll be first to know.

Additional training will include, sheet-metal, framing, surfacing, drawings etc.

At the end of the course you'll be ready to design your own items which you can send for manufacture or even 3D print for yourself at home!

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is perfect for those who would like to improve their Solid Edge. Those who have used other similar software will find it a great introduction into using Solid Edge.
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Curriculum For This Course
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Introduction
15 Lectures 48:02



Sketching review quiz
1 question

Adding a command to the Quick Access menu
00:28

Using the rectangle command to make a protrusion, version 1
01:35

Using the Extrude command to make a protrusion, version 2
02:11

Using Save As and the variable table to create a part
02:44

More part creation using the variable table
01:40

Building an assembly, part 1
06:20

Building an assembly, part 2
09:08

Creating a frame component and using it in the assembly
02:47

More framing
05:49

Adding the last parts, adjusting a relationship
01:58

Adding materials to parts
02:42

About the Instructor
Antony Mazonowicz
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Freelance 3D CAD trainer and modeller

I help mechanical engineers, designers and draftspersons design better products more efficiently thereby improving their profits by providing first class training, coaching and mentoring. By working with me, my clients maximise their investment in their engineering staff, systems and software.

I am a certified Solid Edge Professional and holder of a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (Australia)

Over the years I've worked for many diverse engineering businesses, all the time learning new methods systems and skills. I began my working life joining the British Royal Navy where I undertook a four-year marine engineering apprenticeship specialising as a fitter & turner. After a few years or service at sea I went on to university where I studied yacht and powercraft design. This was when I started learning CAD. My first job after Uni was at an electrical switchboard manufacturer as a draftsman. From there on a had various mechanical and electrical jobs until I got to a solar power equipment design & manufacturing company where I was trained and started to use Solid Edge. Fast forward a few more years and I'm now working as a freelance 3D CAD modeller and 3D CAD trainer. I have taught more than 50 users face to face and helped many more over the phone and via screen sharing software.

I really enjoy helping out my fellow engineers and get a lot of satisfaction when I see what they are able to achieve with the software.