SolidWorks – Part II – Advanced Techniques

SolidWorks – Part II – Advanced Techniques
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Paul Tran
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17 أبريل 2021
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SolidWorks – Part II – Advanced Techniques
Parts, Surfaces, Sheet Metal, SimulationXpress, Top-Down Assemblies, Core and Cavity Molds
Paul Tran CSWE, CSWI
Introduction:
Chapter 1:
Chapter 2:
Table of Contents
SolidWorks 2013 User Interface
The 3 references planes
The toolbars
The system feedback symbols
The status bar
2D sketch examples
3D feature examples
Advanced Modeling Topics
3D Sketch
Tools needed
Adding 3D lines
Using the reference axis indicator
Using the tab key
Adding dimensions
Adding the sketch fillets
Creating the Sweep profile
Making the swept feature
Questions for review
Exercise: Sweep with 3D Sketch
Exercise: 3D Sketch & Planes
Exercise: 3D Sketch & Composite Curves
Plane Creation
Tools needed
Sketching the base profile
Creating a tangent plane
Creating the flat surface
Extruding with flip side to cut
2-5
2-6 Chapter 3:
Chapter 4:
Table of Contents
Creating a plane at angle
Showing a sketch
Creating a plane coincident
Creating a plane parallel
Creating a plane offset distance
Creating Plane perpendicular
Creating a circular patterns
Creating a Mid-Plane
Filleting all edges
Questions for review
Viewing the sections
Exercise: Create new work planes
Advanced Modeling – 5/8″ Spanner
Tools needed
Opening the part document
Using min I max Arc conditions
Creating the transition body
Constructing a new work plane
Creating the close end
Making a hexagon cut
Adding a recess feature
Mirroring the recess
Adding fillets
Adding text
Extruding the text
Questions for review
Exercise: Circular text wraps
Sweep w / Composite Curve – Helical Ext. Spring
Tools needed
Creating the Sweep path
Defining the Helix
Creating a plane at angle
Adding other Hook features
Creating a parallel plane
Combining sketches using Composite Curve
Creating Sweep profile
Creating the Base Sweep
Other Spring examples
Questions for review
Exercise: Circular Spring-Expanded
4-12 Chapter 5:
Chapter 6:
Table of Contents
Sweep -Variable Pitch Spring, closed ends 4-15
Tools needed 4-16
Creating the base sketch 4-1 7
Creating a variable pitch helix 4-17
Sketching the sweep profile 4-18
Adding a pierce relation 4-18
Sweeping profile along path 4-19
Creating the flat ends 4-20
Questions for review 4-21
Exercise: Projected Curve & Composite Curve 4-22
Exercise: Using Curve Through Reference Points 4-27
Advanced Modeling – Sweep vs. Loft
Tools needed
Understanding the draft options
Opening the base
Creating the upper inlet port – revolve
Adding constant fillets
Creating an offset distance planes
Creating the outlet port – Loft
Adding the mounting bosses
Creating the rear inlet port
Adding face Fillets
Mirroring features
Shelling the part
Adding the ribs
Mirroring the ribs
Removing the sharp edges
Loft – Water Meter Housing
Tools needed
Constructing the body
Creating an offset distance plane
Creating loft profiles I features
Constructing the Inlet I outlet profiles
Using split entities
Re-using the previous sketch
Constructing the centerline parameter
Creating the solid loft feature
Using the shell command
Adding the left I right brackets
Adding the seal ring
6-15 Chapter 7:
Chapter 8:
Table of Contents
Adding fillets /chamfers
Questions for review
Exercise: Loft
Loft with Guide Curves-Waved Washer
Tools needed
Adding the construction geometries
Creating a offset distance plane
Creating a derived sketches
Creating a curve through reference points
Constructing the loft sections
Creating the derived sketches
Creating the loft feature
Showing I hiding sketches
Questions for review
Exercise: V-Shape – 3 revolutions
Deforming a solid
Deform with curve-to-curve
Setting the anchor faces
Setting the stiffness
Deforming a surface
Deform with curve-to-curve
Setting the anchor edges
Mirroring a body
Surfaces – Lofted Surface
Tools needed
Creating offset distance plane
Constructing the loft profiles
Creating the loft surface
Setting the start/end constraints
Splitting surfaces
Deleting surfaces
Thickening surfaces
Calculating the angle between faces
Adding a full round fillet
Sketching I extruding the slot contours
Questions for review
8-17 Chapter 9:
Chapter 10:
Table of Contents
Lofted Surface – Remote Control Casing
Tools needed
Creating offset distance planes
Sketching the loft sections
Twisting the loft profiles
Creating the loft surface
Adding revolved surface
Copying I moving surfaces
Trimming surfaces
Hiding surfaces
Filling surfaces
Knitting surfaces
Adding fillets
Thickening surfaces
Removing the upper half
Creating the lower half
Questions for review
Exercise: Loft Delete Face
Advanced Surfaces- Surface_Offset_Ruled
Tools needed
Using offset surface and rule surface
Creating the base loft
Using the splitting lines
Using offset surfaces
Using ruled surface
Using knit surfaces
Creating a cut with surface
Exercise: Advanced modeling with surfaces
Exercise: Advanced surfacing techniques
Using Filled Surfaces
Tools needed
Enabling the surfaces tool tab
Creating a planar surface
Creating a surface filled with tangent control
Creating a surface filled with curvature control
Knitting all surfaces
Creating a solid body
Questions for review
Creating a boundary and free-form feature 10-9
XI Chapter 11:
Table of Contents
Creating the Ist boundary surface
Creating the Ist boundary surface
Adding free-form curves
Adding free-form points
Dragging with the triad
Displaying the curvature comb
Sweep with Solid Body
Tools needed
Creating the main body
Creating an offset distance plane
Constructing the sweep path
Creating a plane normal to curve
Revolving the swept body
Creating the sweep cut with a solid body
Surfaces vs. Solid Modeling – Helmet
Tools needed
Constructing the body of Helmet – surface loft
Creating a perpendicular plane
Sketching the sweep profile
Sketching the sweep path
Adding a planar surface
Knitting the surfaces bodies
Thickening the surface Knit
Creating an extruded cut feature
Creating a revolve cut feature
Creating the Cut-out slot with draft
Creating a sweep cut
Adding fillets
Exercise: Advanced loft – Turbine Blades
Exercise: Advanced Sweep – Candle Holder
Using PhotoView 360
Activating the Add-Ins
Setting the appearance
Setting the scene
Setting the floor distance
Setting the illumination
Adjusting the render quality
Setting the image file type
Saving the final image
11-28 Chapter 12:
Chapter 13:
Table of Contents
L3 – Final Exam
SimulationXpress – 5/8″ Spanner
Tools needed
Starting SimulationXpress
Setting up the units
Adding a fixture
Adding load
Selecting material
Analyzing the model
Viewing the Results
eDrawings
Stress distribution
Displacement distribution
Factor of Safety (FOS)
HTML report
Viewing the report
Questions for review
Exercise: Apply load
Exercise: Apply pressure
Sheet Metal Topics
Sheet Metal – Post Cap
Tools needed
Creating the base sketch
Extruding with base Flange
Creating an edge Flange
Editing an edge Flange
Setting the auto-relief
Creating a sketch Bend
Adding holes in sheet metal parts
Making the pattern
Questions for review
Sheet Metal – Vents
Tools needed
Creating the base sketch
Extruding with base-flange
Using the miter flange options
13-19 Chapter 14:
Chapter 15:
Table of Contents
Creating a flat pattern 13-21
Creating a forming tool 13-22
The rectangle options 13-23
Revolve the form body 13-25
The position sketch 13-27
Save the forming tools 13-29
Applying the forming tools onto sheet metal part 13-30
Position the forming tool 13-31
Adding other sheet metal features 13-33
Creating a Linear pattern of the forming tools 13-34
Creating an axis 13-35
Creating Circular patterns 13-35
Questions for review 13-37
Forming Tools – Button w/Slots
Tools needed
Sketching the base
Revolving the base
Adding slots
Creating the split lines
Defining the stopping & removing faces
Saving in the design library
Questions for review
Sheet Metal – Mounting Tray
Tools needed
Creating the base flange
Adding an edge flange
Adding sheet metal cuts
Un-folding a sheet metal part
Folding the sheet metal part
Accessing the design library
Adding the bridge lance
Creating a linear pattern
Mirroring body
Sheet metal chamfers
Switching to the flat pattern
Questions for review
Sheet Metal Conversions
Tools needed
Importing an IGES file
15-3 Chapter 16:
Table of Contents
Using the rip command
Applying sheet metal parameters
Adding fillets
Creating a flat pattern
Questions for review
Flat Pattern Stent
Tools needed
Revolving the main body
Converting to sheet metal
Unfolding the sheet metal part
Sketching the 2D pattern
Creating the 2D linear pattern
Folding the sheet metal part
Creating a configuration
Adding fillets
Switching to flat pattern
Stent example – Sheet metal approach
Revolving the main body
Shelling the solid body
Creating an offset plane
Creating a rib feature
Patterning the rib feature
Creating a second rib
Patterning the second rib
Using the combine common
Transferring the part to an assembly
Creating a circular component pattern
Working with Sheet Metal STEP files
Tools needed
Opening an assembly step file
Mating the components
Adding the sheet metal tool tab
Inserting the sheet metal parameters
Switching to flat pattern
Converting other components
Using the hole series
Using the hole wizard
Adding the smart fasteners
16-15 Chapter 17:
Table of Contents
Creating an assembly exploded view
Weldments – Structural Members
Enabling the weldments toolbar
Adding the structural members
Setting the comer treatments
Adding the contiguous group
Adding the parallel group
Trimming the structural members
Adding the foot pads
Adding the gussets
Adding the weld beads
Viewing the weldments cut list
Updating the cut list
Creating a drawing
Inserting the cut list
Inserting the balloons
Top-Down Assembly Topics
Top-Down Assembly – Core & Cavity Assembly
Tools needed Level
Opening the existing part
Applying scale to parts
Creating Radiate surfaces
Adding parts into an assembly document
Creating the core part
Knitting the surfaces
Hiding component
Extruding with up to surface
Editing part vs. edit assembly modes
Creating the cavity part
Creating an assembly exploded views
Animating the explode I collapse configurations
Questions for review
Tooling Design – Part Level
Tools needed
Opening the IGES file
Adding a Parting Lines
17-26 Chapter 18:
Chapter 19:
Introduction
Using the shut off Surfaces command
Using Parting Surfaces
Using Tooling Splits
Saving the 2 halves
Separating the 2 halves
Questions for review
Top-Down Assembly – Miniature Vise
Tools needed
Creating the base part
Adding side flanges
Creating an offsetting distance plane
Creating loft profiles and guide curves
Creating a loft with guide curves
Creating a new part in an assembly
Understanding the inplace mates
Offsetting existing geometry
Creating a loft with guide cure
Using loft with guide curve in an assembly
Extruding with up to surface option
Creating Internal threads
Making an assembly section view
Adding the sub-components
Questions for review
Top-Down Assembly-Water Control Valve
Tools needed
Starting a new assembly document
Changing the units to IPS
Creating the 1st component
Revolving the base
Adding a flange
Adding mounting holes
Adding chamfers and fillets
Saving as virtual component
Creating the 2nd component
Extruding the boss
Adding the transition body
Adding a flange
Adding other features
Exiting the edit part mode
Applying dimension changes
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17-30
17-32
17-33
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18-1
18-2
18-3
18-5
18-7
18-8
18-11
18-14
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18-16
18-20
18-22
18-25
18-27
18-30
18-32
18-33
19-1
19-2
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19-4
19-5
19-5
19-6
19-8
19-10
19-10
19-12
19-12
19-13
19-14
19-20
19-20 Chapter 20:
Introduction
Viewing the external references
Inserting other components
Mating the components
Creating an assembly exploded view
Exercise: Lips & Grooves for Plastic Parts
Exercise: Mounting Bosses for Plastic Parts
External References & Repair Errors
Tools needed
Breaking all external references
Understanding External Reference symbols
Repairing Sketch level
Repairing I replacing relations and dimensions
Questions for review
Exercise: Repair Errors and External References
Level 4 Final Exam
CSWP Core Preparation Practice
Glossary
Index
Preparation materials for the CSWP-Core examination
Part modeling and modifications
Configurations and design tables
Part modifications and repair errors
Bottom up assembly
SolidWorks 2013 Quick-Guides:
Quick Reference Guide to SolidWorks 2013 Command Icons
and Toolbars.
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