Solidworks Course Index

The TPM Course Indexes showcase the wide array of classroom and online training sessions we have to offer. While our course offerings are extensive, not all courses are regularly scheduled on our events calendar. If you see a course listed in our index that is not currently scheduled on the calendar, please contact us online and let us know that you would like that course offered at your nearest TPM location.

Online Courses

Length: This class is broken into 2 half days (3 hours each).

Price: $450.00

Description: This online course teaches you how to create welded structures with standard structural members. Weld beads are also covered. Upon registration, students will receive a copy of the course book. The book will be used to work along with the instructor during the online course.

Prerequisites: SOLIDWORKS Essentials

The topics covered in this course are:

  • Introduction
    • About the course
    • Windows 7
    • Use of color
    • Toolbars
  • Lesson 1: Weldments
  • Lesson 2: Weldment Drawings
  • Working with Pipes and Tubing

 Length: 4 days; 3 hours per day

Price: $900

Prerequisites: SOLIDWORKS Essentials

Description: Sheet Metal teaches you how to build sheet metal parts using SOLIDWORKS mechanical design automation software. Building standalone sheet metal parts, and converting conventional parts to sheet metal, including in assembly context, are covered.

The topics covered in this course are:

  • Lesson 1: Basic Flange Features
  • Lesson 2: Working with the Flat Pattern
  • Lesson 3: Additional Sheet Metal Techniques
  • Lesson 4: Converting to Sheet Metal
  • Lesson 5: Multibody Sheet Metal Parts
  • Lesson 6: Forming Tools and Gussets
  • Lesson 7: Additional Sheet Metal Functions

Length: 4 days; 3 hours per day

Price: $900

Prerequisites: SOLIDWORKS Essentials

Description: Assembly Modeling teaches you how to maximize your use of the assembly modeling capabilities of SOLIDWORKS mechanical design automation software.

The topics covered in this course are:

  • Lesson 1: Advanced Mate Techniques
  • Lesson 2: Top-Down Assembly Modeling
  • Lesson 3: Assembly Features, Smarts Fasteners, and Smart Components
  • Lesson 4: Assembly Editing
  • Lesson 5: Using Configurations with Assemblies
  • Lesson 6: Display States and Appearances
  • Lesson 7: Layout-based Assembly Design
  • Lesson 8: Large Assemblies

Length: 4 days; 3 hours per day

Price: $1,125

Prerequisites: SOLIDWORKS Essentials

Description: Advanced Part Modeling teaches you how to use multi-body solids, sweeping and lofting features, and the more advanced shaping capabilities of SOLIDWORKS.

The topics covered in this course are:

  • Lesson 1: Multibody Design Techniques
  • Lesson 2: Saving Solid Bodies
  • Lesson 3: Sketching with Splines
  • Lesson 4: Introduction to Sweeping
  • Lesson 5: Working with Curves
  • Lesson 6: Advanced Sweeping
  • Lesson 7: Boundary Feature and Lofting
  • Lesson 8: Other Advanced Tools

Length: 4 days (3 hours per day)

Price: $900

Prerequisites: SOLIDWORKS Essentials, Advanced Part Modeling

Description: Surface Modeling teaches you how to build freeform shapes using SOLIDWORKS mechanical design automation software.

The topics covered in this course are:

  • Lesson 1: Understanding Surfaces
  • Lesson 2: Introduction to Surfacing
  • Lesson 3: Solid-Surface Hybrid Modeling
  • Lesson 4: Repairing and Editing Imported Geometry
  • Lesson 5: Advanced Surface Modeling
  • Lesson 6: Blends and Patches
  • Lesson 7: Master Model Techniques

Length: 2.5 Days (5 days of 4 hour sessions)

Price: $700.00

Prerequisites: SOLIDWORKS Essentials

Description: Routing-Electrical explains how to create, edit and manage electrical routes, from the critical routing components and their design requirements to the sub-assemblies that contain the routes.

Topics include:

  • Introduction
    • About This Course
    • Windows 7
    • Use of Color
  • Lesson 1: Fundamentals of Routing
  • Lesson 2: Basic Electrical Routing
  • Lesson 3: Routing with Clips
  • Lesson 4: Electrical Routing Components
  • Lesson 5: Standard Cables
  • Lesson 6: Electrical Data Import
  • Lesson 7: Electrical Drawins
  • Lesson 8: Electrical Conduits
  • Appendix A: Review Section

Length: 2 days (4 days of 4 hour sessions)

Price: $700

Prerequisites: SOLIDWORKS Essentials

Description: Routing-Piping and Tubing explains how to create, edit and manage Piping and Tubing routes, from the critical routing components and their design requirements to the subassemblies that contain the routes.

Topics include:

  • Introduction
    • About This Course
    • Windows 7
    • Use of Color
  • Lesson 1: Fundamentals of Routing
  • Lesson 2: Piping Routes
  • Lesson 3: Piping Fittings
  • Lesson 4: Tubing Routes
  • Lesson 5: Piping and Tubing Changes
  • Lesson 6: Creating Routing Components
  • Lesson 7: Using P&ID Files
  • Lesson 8: Piping Skids
  • Lesson 9: Using SOLIDWORKS Content
  • Appendix A: Review Section

Length: 3 Days (6 days of 4 hour sessions)

Price: $900

Prerequisites: SOLIDWORKS Essentials and a fundamental knowledge of plastic materials, plastic part design, and/or injection mold design.

Description: The SOLIDWORKS Plastics course teaches you how to use specialized simulation software tools to predict how melted plastic flows during the injection molding process. Predicting how the plastic will flow enables you to predict manufacturing defects such as weld lines, air traps, shot shots, and sink marks. By predicting these defects, you can change the part or mold geometry, the processing conditions, or the plastic material itself to eliminate or minimize them, saving energy, material time, and money. The SOLIDWORKS Plastics course covers all the features and functions of both SOLIDWORKS Plastics Professional (for part designers) and SOLIDWORKS Plastics Premium (for mold designers).

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction
    • About This Course
    • Use of Color
  • Lesson 1: Basic Flow Analysis
  • Lesson 2: Detecting Air Traps
  • Lesson 3: Detecting Short Shots
  • Lesson 4: The Model Manager
  • Lesson 5: Injection Locations and Sink Marks
  • Lesson 6: Multiple Cavity Molds
  • Lesson 7: Runner-Balancing
  • Lesson 8: Gate Freeze
  • Lesson 9: Optimizing Cooling Time
  • Lesson 10: Using Inserts
  • Lesson 11: Mesh Repairs
  • Lesson 12: Warpage Analysis
  • Lesson 13: Cooling Analysis

Length: 2 days (4 days of 4 hour sessions)

Price: $1,000

Prerequisites: Knowledge of SOLIDWORKS and the basics of the MotionManager is required. If you are not familiar with the basics of MotionManager, the class manager will send you a self-paced lesson that should be completed before the class begins. Knowledge of basic mechanical engineering concepts is recommended.

Description: Designed for users who would like to become productive quickly in using SOLIDWORKS motion. This 2-day course will teach you how to use the SOLIDWORKS Motion simulation package to study kinematics and dynamic behavior of your SOLIDWORKS assembly models.

Topics Covered:

  • Basics
  • Advanced Tools

Length: 2 days (4 days of 4 hour sessions)

Price: $1,000

Prerequisites: Some experience using SOLIDWORKS

Description: Designed for users who would like to become productive faster, this introductory course offers hands-on training on the use of SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation.

Topics Covered:

  • Basics of Fluid Flow
  • Running
  • Advanced Features within SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation

Length: 3 days (6 days of 4 hour sessions)

Price: $900

Prerequisites: Experience with the Windows Operation System.

Description: This course teaches you to use the SOLIDWORKS Composer software to create 2D and 3D output from CAD design data. This course is compatible with versions V6R2012.

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction
  • Lesson 1: Quick Start
  • Lesson 2: Getting Started
  • Lesson 3: Creating Cover and Detail Images
  • Lesson 4: Creating an Exploded View
  • Lesson 5: Creating Additional Exploded Views
  • Lesson 6: Creating Bills of Materials
  • Lesson 7: Creating a Marketing Image
  • Lesson 8: Creating an Animation
  • Lesson 9: Creating Interactive Content
  • Lesson 10: Creating a Walkthrough Animation
  • Lesson 11: Creating an Explode and Collapse Animation
  • Lesson 12: Updating SOLIDWORKS Composer Files
  • Lesson 13: Publishing 3D Interactive Content from SOLIDWORKS Composer
  • Appendix A: Additional Applications and Workshops

Classroom Courses

Length: 5 days

Price: $1,750

Prerequisites: Mechanical design experience; experience with the Windows operating system.

Description: SOLIDWORKS Essentials teaches you how to use the SOLIDWORKS mechanical design automation software to build parametric models of parts and assemblies, and how to make drawings of those parts and assemblies.

The topics covered in this course are:

  • Introduction
    • About This Course
    • Windows 7
    • Use of Color
  • Lesson 1: SOLIDWORKS Basics and the User Interface
  • Lesson 2: Introduction to Sketching
  • Lesson 3: Basic Part Modeling
  • Lesson 4: Symmetry and Draft
  • Lesson 5: Patterning
  • Lesson 6: Revolved Features
  • Lesson 7: Shelling and Ribs
  • Lesson 8 : Editing: Repairs
  • Lesson 9: Editing: Design Changes
  • Lesson 10: Configurations
  • Lesson 11: Using Drawings
  • Lesson 12: Bottom-Up Assembly Modeling
  • Lesson 13: Using Assemblies
  • Appendix A: Templates

Length: 2 days

Price: $700

Prerequisites: SOLIDWORKS Essentials

Description: This course teaches you how to make drawings of SOLIDWORKS parts and assemblies.

The topics covered in this course are:

  • Introduction
    • About this Course
    • Windows 7
    • Use of Color
  • Lesson 1: Drawing Sheets and Views
  • Lesson 2: Dimensions
  • Lesson 3: Annotations
  • Lesson 4: Assembly Drawings Views
  • Lesson 5: Sheet Formats and Templates
  • Lesson 6: Bill of Materials and Tables
  • Lesson 7: Performance and Display Issues
  • Lesson 8: Drawing References and Comparison
  • Appendix A: Preparations for Detailing

Length: 2 days

Price: $900

Prerequisites: SOLIDWORKS Essentials

Description: Assembly Modeling teaches you how to maximize your use of the assembly modeling capabilities of SOLIDWORKS mechanical design automation software.

The topics covered in this course are:

  • Introduction
    • About This Course
  • Lesson 1: Advanced Mate Techniques
  • Lesson 2: Top-Down Assembly Modeling
  • Lesson 3: Assembly Features, Smarts Fasteners, and Smart Components
  • Lesson 4: Assembly Editing
  • Lesson 5: Using Configurations with Assemblies
  • Lesson 6: Display States and Appearances
  • Lesson 7: Layout-based Assembly Design
  • Lesson 8: Large Assemblies

Length: 2 days

Price: $1,125

Prerequisites: SOLIDWORKS Essentials

Description: Advanced Part Modeling teaches you how to use multi-body solids, sweeping and lofting features, and the more advanced shaping capabilities of SOLIDWORKS.

The topics covered in this course are:

  • Introduction
    • About this course
    • Using this book
    • Windows 7
    • Use of Color
    • Hide/Show Tree Items
  • Lesson 1: Multibody Design Techniques
  • Lesson 2: Saving Solid Bodies
  • Lesson 3: Sketching with Splines
  • Lesson 4: Introduction to Sweeping
  • Lesson 5: Working with Curves
  • Lesson 6: Advanced Sweeping
  • Lesson 7: Boundary Feature and Lofting
  • Lesson 8: Other Advanced Tools

Length: 2 days

Price: $900

Prerequisites: SOLIDWORKS Essentials, Advanced Part Modeling

Description: Surface Modeling teaches you how to build freeform shapes using SOLIDWORKS mechanical design automation software.

The topics covered in this course are:

  • Introduction
    • About This Course
    • Using this Book
    • Windows 7
    • Use of Color
    • Icons
    • Hide/Show Tree Items
  • Lesson 1: Understanding Surfaces
  • Lesson 2: Introduction to Surfacing
  • Lesson 3: Solid-Surface Hybrid Modeling
  • Lesson 4: Repairing and Editing Imported Geometry
  • Lesson 5: Advanced Surface Modeling
  • Lesson 6: Blends and Patches
  • Lesson 7: Master Model Techniques

Length: 2 Days

Price: $900

Prerequisite: Advanced Part Modeling

Description: Mold Design using SOLIDWORKS teaches you several manual mold creation techniques and how to use the Mold Tools in SOLIDWORKS mechanical design automation software.

The topics covered in this course are:

  • Introduction
    • About this Course
    • Using this book
    • Windows 7
    • Use of Color
    • Icons
    • SOLIDWORKS Plastics
    • Hide/Show Tree Items
    • Course Overview
  • Lesson 1: Surface Concepts and Imported Geometry
  • Lesson 2: Core and Cavity
  • Lesson 3: Side Cores and EDM Design
  • Lesson 4: Advanced Parting Lines, Shut-Off Surfaces, and Cores
  • Lesson 5: Using Surfaces for Model Prep and Interlocks
  • Lesson 6: Using Surfaces for Mold Design Features
  • Lesson 7: Alternate Methods for Mold Design
  • Lesson 8: Reusable Data
  • Lesson 9: Completing the Mold Base

Length: 2 days

Price: $900

Prerequisites: SOLIDWORKS Essentials

Description: Sheet Metal teaches you how to build sheet metal parts using SOLIDWORKS mechanical design automation software. Building standalone sheet metal parts, and converting conventional parts to sheet metal, including in assembly context, are covered.

The topics covered in this course are:

  • Lesson 1: Basic Flange Features
  • Lesson 2: Working with the Flat Pattern
  • Lesson 3: Additional Sheet Metal Techniques
  • Lesson 4: Converting to Sheet Metal
  • Lesson 5: Multibody Sheet Metal Parts
  • Lesson 6: Forming Tools and Gussets
  • Lesson 7: Additional Sheet Metal Functions

Length: 1 day

Price: $450

Prerequisites: SOLIDWORKS Essentials

Description: Weldments teaches you how to create welded structures with standard structural members. Weld beads are also covered.

The topics covered in this course are:

  • Introduction
    • About This Course
    • Windows 7
    • Use of Color
    • Toolbars
  • Lesson 1: Weldments
  • Lesson 2: Weldment Drawings
  • Lesson 3: Working with Pipes and Tubing

Length: 2 days

Price: $700

Prerequisites: SOLIDWORKS Essentials

Description: Routing-Electrical explains how to create, edit and manage electrical routes, from the critical routing components and their design requirements to the sub-assemblies that contain the routes.

Topics include:

  • Introduction
    • About This Course
    • Windows 7
    • Use of Color
  • Lesson 1: Fundamentals of Routing
  • Lesson 2: Basic Electrical Routing
  • Lesson 3: Routing with Clips
  • Lesson 4: Electrical Routing Components
  • Lesson 5: Standard Cables
  • Lesson 6: Electrical Data Import
  • Lesson 7: Electrical Drawins
  • Lesson 8: Electrical Conduits
  • Appendix A: Review Section

Length: 2 days

Price: $700

Prerequisites: SOLIDWORKS Essentials

Description: Routing-Piping and Tubing explains how to create, edit and manage Piping and Tubing routes, from the critical routing components and their design requirements to the subassemblies that contain the routes.

Topics include:

  • Introduction
    • About This Course
    • Windows 7
    • Use of Color
  • Lesson 1: Fundamentals of Routing
  • Lesson 2: Piping Routes
  • Lesson 3: Piping Fittings
  • Lesson 4: Tubing Routes
  • Lesson 5: Piping and Tubing Changes
  • Lesson 6: Creating Routing Components
  • Lesson 7: Using P&ID Files
  • Lesson 8: Piping Skids
  • Lesson 9: Using SOLIDWORKS Content
  • Appendix A: Review Section

Length: 2 days

Price: $700

Prerequisites: SOLIDWORKS Essentials

Description: The goal of this course is to teach you how to use SOLIDWORKS Electrical to optimize your drawings and designs for manufacturability so you can maximize quality, avoid rework and decrease time to market. This course is focused on 2D Schematic Design.

  • Introduction
    • About This Course
    • Use of Color
  • Lesson 1: Projects
  • Lesson 2: Mixed Scheme
  • Lesson 3: Developing a Scheme
  • Lesson 4: Cabling
  • Lesson 5: Macros
  • Lesson 6: Control Drawings
  • Lesson 7: Cross Referencing / Component Association
  • Lesson 8: Managing Origin-Destination Arrows
  • Lesson 9: Programmable Logic Controllers
  • Lesson 10: Final Drawings Changes
  • Lesson 11: Reports

Length: 1 Day

Price: $700

Prerequisite: SOLIDWORKS Essentials

Description: The goal of this course is to teach you how to use SOLIDWORKS Electrical to optimize your drawings and designs for manufacturability so you can maximize quality, avoid rework and decrease time to market. This course is focused on 3D Design.

  • Introduction
    • About This Course
    • Use of Color
  • Lesson 1: Adding a Cabinet
  • Lesson 2: Inserting Components in the Cabinet
  • Lesson 3: Adding Door Components
  • Lesson 4: Propagating 2D Changes to 3D
  • Lesson 5: Routing Wires
  • Lesson 6: Routing Cables

Length: 2 Days

Price: $900

Prerequisites: SOLIDWORKS Essentials and a fundamental knowledge of plastic materials, plastic part design, and/or injection mold design.

Description: The SOLIDWORKS Plastics course teaches you how to use specialized simulation software tools to predict how melted plastic flows during the injection molding process. Predicting how the plastic will flow enables you to predict manufacturing defects such as weld lines, air traps, shot shots, and sink marks. By predicting these defects, you can change the part or mold geometry, the processing conditions, or the plastic material itself to eliminate or minimize them, saving energy, material time, and money. The SOLIDWORKS Plastics course covers all the features and functions of both SOLIDWORKS Plastics Professional (for part designers) and SOLIDWORKS Plastics Premium (for mold designers).

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction
    • About This Course
    • Use of Color
  • Lesson 1: Basic Flow Analysis
  • Lesson 2: Detecting Air Traps
  • Lesson 3: Detecting Short Shots
  • Lesson 4: The Model Manager
  • Lesson 5: Injection Locations and Sink Marks
  • Lesson 6: Multiple Cavity Molds
  • Lesson 7: Runner-Balancing
  • Lesson 8: Gate Freeze
  • Lesson 9: Optimizing Cooling Time
  • Lesson 10: Using Inserts
  • Lesson 11: Mesh Repairs
  • Lesson 12: Warpage Analysis
  • Lesson 13: Cooling Analysis

Length: 3 days

Price: $1,350

Prerequisites: Knowledge of SOLDIWORKS and basic mechanical engineering concepts is recommended.

Description: The course is designed to make SOLIDWORKS users productive more quickly with SOLIDWORKS Simulation Bundle. This course will provide an in-depth coverage on the basics of Finite Element Analysis (FEA), covering the entire analysis process from meshing to evaluation of results for parts and assemblies. The class discusses linear stress analysis, gap/contact analysis, and best practices.

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction
    • About this Course
    • What is SOLDIWORKS Simulation?
    • What is Finite Element Analysis?
    • Build Mathematical Model
    • Build Finite Element Model
    • Solve Finite Element Model
    • Analyze Results
    • Errors in FEA
    • Finite Elements
    • Degrees of Freedom
    • Calculations in FEA
    • Interpretation of FEA Results
    • Units of Measurement
    • Limitations of SOLIDWORKS Simulation
    • Summary
  • Lesson 1: The Analysis Process
  • Lesson 2: Mesh Controls, Stress Concentrations and Boundary Conditions
  • Lesson 3: Assembly Analysis with Contacts
  • Lesson 4: Symmetrical and Free Self-Equilibrated Assemblies
  • Lesson 5: Assembly Analysis with Connectors and Mesh Refinement
  • Lesson 6: Compatible/Incompatible Meshes
  • Lesson 7: Analysis of Thin Components
  • Lesson 8: Mixed Meshing Shells & Solids
  • Lesson 9: Mixed Meshing Solids, Beams & Shells
  • Lesson 10: Submodeling
  • Lesson 11: Design Study
  • Lesson 12: Thermal Stress Analysis
  • Lesson 13: Adaptive Meshing
  • Lesson 14: Large  Displacement Analysis
  • Appendix A: Meshing, Solvers, and Tips & Tricks
  • Appendix B: Customer Help and Assitance

Length: 1 day

Price: $500

Prerequisites: Students must have attended the introductory SOLIDWORKS Simulation course (3 days) or must have working knowledge of the SOLIDWORKS Simulation software. Knowledge of SOLIDWORKS and basic mechanical engineering concepts is recommended.

Description: This course is designed to make SOLIDWORKS Simulation users productive with the SOLIDWORKS Simulation Professional extension. This 1-day course will provide an in-depth coverage on the advanced topics in Finite Element Analysis (FEA) including heat transfer analysis, frequency analysis, fatigue, stability analysis based on the linear buckling concepts, 2D simulations (plane stress, strain, and axisymmetry) and pressure vessel modulus. Example or parts and assemblies including those with various gap.contact conditions are reviewed.

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction
    • About This Course
    • What is SOLIDWORKS Simulation?
    • Limitations of SOLIDWORKS Simulation Professional
  • Lesson 1: Frequency Analysis of Parts
  • Lesson 2: Frequency Analysis of Assemblies
  • Lesson 3: Buckling Analysis
  • Lesson 4: Thermal Analysis
  • Lesson 5: Thermal Analysis with Radiation
  • Lesson 6: Advanced Thermal Stress2D Simplification
  • Lesson 7: Fatigue Analysis
  • Lesson 8: Advanced Fatigue Analysis
  • Lesson 9: Drop Test Analysis
  • Lesson 10: Optimization Analysis
  • Lesson 11: Pressure Vessel Analysis

Length: 2 days

Price: $1000

Prerequisites: Must have attended the basic SOLIDWORKS Simulation class, or must have experience with SOLIDWORKS + working basic knowledge of finite elements and of basic mechanical principles.

Description: This class will raise your SOLIDWORKS Simulation FEA skills to the next level! It offers hands-on experience on the use of SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium Nonlinear module. This 2-day course provides an overview of a wide range of nonlinear structural/mechanical analysis topics. You will learn how to deal with models that exhibit large displacements and/or yielding, discuss and practice the use of many material models available in SOLIDWORKS Simulation and most importantly, how to drive a non-linear analysis to successful completion.

Topics Covered:

  • Geometric Nonlinearitites
  • Material Nonlinearitites
  • Contact (Boundary) Nonlinearities
  • Numerical Procedures
  • Special Topics
  • Viewing the Results

Length: 2 days

Price: $1000

Prerequisites: Must have attended the basic SOLIDWORKS Simulation class, or must have an experience with SOLIDWORKS + working basic knowledge of finite elements and of basic mechanical principles. The knowledge of basic principles in Vibrations is strongly recommended, but not required.

Description: This course is targeted for the users who would like to become more productive in analyzing structures subjected to various types of dynamic loading. The material covered includes the time dependent analysis force loads (as well as motion shock loading examples), harmonic analysis and random vibration analysis (MILS-STD-810F example is included), response spectrum analysis, and introduction to nonlinear dynamics simulation.

Topics Covered:

  • Analyses Covered
  • Damping
  • Excitation

Length: 2 days

Price: $1,000

Prerequisites: Knowledge of SOLIDWORKS and the basics of the MotionManager is required. If you are not familiar with the basics of MotionManager, the class manager will send you a self-paced lesson that should be completed before the class begins. Knowledge of basic mechanical engineering concepts is recommended.

Description: Designed for users who would like to become productive quickly in using SOLIDWORKS motion. This 2-day course will teach you how to use the SOLIDWORKS Motion simulation package to study kinematics and dynamic behavior of your SOLIDWORKS assembly models.

Topics Covered:

  • Basics
  • Advanced Tools

Length: 2 days

Price: $1,000

Prerequisites: Some experience using SOLIDWORKS

Description: Designed for users who would like to become productive faster, this introductory course offers hands-on training on the use of SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation.

Topics Covered:

  • Basics of Fluid Flow
  • Running
  • Advanced Features within SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation

Length: 3 days

Price: $900

Prerequisites: Experience with the Windows Operation System.

Description: This course teaches you to use the SOLIDWORKS Composer software to create 2D and 3D output from CAD design data. This course is compatible with versions V6R2012.

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction
  • Lesson 1: Quick Start
  • Lesson 2: Getting Started
  • Lesson 3: Creating Cover and Detail Images
  • Lesson 4: Creating an Exploded View
  • Lesson 5: Creating Additional Exploded Views
  • Lesson 6: Creating Bills of Materials
  • Lesson 7: Creating a Marketing Image
  • Lesson 8: Creating an Animation
  • Lesson 9: Creating Interactive Content
  • Lesson 10: Creating a Walkthrough Animation
  • Lesson 11: Creating an Explode and Collapse Animation
  • Lesson 12: Updating SOLIDWORKS Composer Files
  • Lesson 13: Publishing 3D Interactive Content from SOLIDWORKS Composer
  • Appendix A: Additional Applications and Workshops