SolidWorks Industrial Training


SolidWorks is 3D mechanical design software that is developed by Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks Corporation a subsidiary of Dassault Systèmes. SOLIDWORKS provides complete 3D solutions so that you can translate your ideas into reality, push the limits of design, and achieve your goals. This software is used industry wide for increased design productivity and high precision to real-world design scenarios. The software holds the capabilities of reverse engineering, advance wire and pipe routing functionality, design validation tools, and much more.

GN Infotech provides the best SolidWorks Training in Khanna with below mentioned course curriculum. GN Infotech labs are equipped with latest software so that students can get 100% practical training.

At the completion of training the participant will exhibit the following :

  • - Using Basics commands of SolidsWorks
  • - Draw sketches & Part Modelling
  • - Define equations & dimensions
  • - Modeling a Casting or Forging
  • - Design planes, extruded cuts, revolved cuts
  • - Edit, delete, suppress, unsuppress, and roll back the features
  • - Using Patterns
  • - Create 3D sketches
  • - Using Assembly Techniques
  • - Work drawing views
  • - Create Sheet Metal Design
  • - Manage working with blocks and sheet metal design
  • - Execute all surface modeling related sketches


  • - Industry Compliant Syllabus
  • - Multi-Platform Demonstration
  • - Product Based Training
  • - Real-Time Case Studies
  • - Use of Latest Tools & Technology
  • - LCD equipped class room
  • - Unlimited Lab facility
  • - Faculty drawn from Industries
  • - Daily Handouts & Lab Exercise
  • - Workshops on New Technologies


  • - Mechanical CAD Engineers
  • - Mechanical Designers
  • - Architects

What is the SolidWorks Software
Design Intent
File References
Opening Files
The SolidWorks User Interface

Drawing Lines
Drawing Rectangles
Drawing Circles
Undo and Redo Actions

2D Sketching
Stages in the Process
Saving Files
What are We Going to Sketch?
Sketch Entities
Basic Sketching
Rules That Govern Sketches
Design Intent
Sketch Relations
Sketching Guidelines

Basic Modeling
Choosing the Best Profile
Choosing the Sketch Plane
Details of the Part
Boss Feature
Sketching on a Planar Face
Cut Feature
Using the Hole Wizard
View Options
Detailing Basics
Drawing Views
Center Marks
Changing Parameters

Case Study: Ratchet
Design Intent
Boss Feature with Draft
Symmetry in the Sketch
Sketching Inside the Model
View Options
Using Model Edges in a Sketch
Creating Trimmed Sketch Geometry
Using Copy and Paste

Why Use Patterns?
Reference Geometry
Linear Pattern
Circular Patterns
Mirror Patterns
Using Pattern Seed Only
Sketch Driven Patterns

Case Study: Handwheel
Design Intent
Revolved Features
Building the Rim
Building the Spoke
Edit Material
Mass Properties
File Properties
SolidWorks Simulation Xpress
Using SolidWorks Simulation Xpress
The SimulationXpress Interface

Shelling and Ribs
Analyzing and Adding Draft
Other Options for Draft
Full Round Fillets
Thin Features

Part Editing
Editing Topics
Sketch Issues

Part Editing
Design Changes
Information From a Model
Rebuilding Tools
Sketch Contours
Editing with Instant 3D

Using Configurations
Creating Configurations
Link Values
Configure Dimension / Feature
Modeling Strategies for Configurations Editing Parts that Have Configurations Design Library

More About Making Drawings
Section View
Model Views
Broken View
Detail Views
Drawing Sheets and Sheet Formats
Projected Views

Case Study: Universal Joint
Bottom-Up Assembly
Creating a New Assembly
Position of the First Component
Feature Manager Design Tree and Symbols
Adding Components
Using Part Configurations in Assemblies
Smart Mates
Inserting Sub-assemblies
Pack and Go

Using Assemblies
Analyzing the Assembly
Checking for Clearances
Changing the Values of Dimensions
Exploded Assemblies
Explode Line Sketch
Bill of Materials
Assembly Drawings

Sheet Metal Design Components
Desging Base Flange
Feature Manager Design tree of a Sheet Metal Component
Creating the Edge Flange, Tabs, Sketched Bend
Creating the Miter Flange, Closed Corners
Creating Hems, Jog Bend
Breaking the Corners
Cuts on the Planar Faces of the Sheet Metal Components
Lofted Bends
Flat Pattern View of the Sheet Metal Components
Sheet Metal Components from a Flat Sheet
Sheet Metal Component From a Flat Part
Creating a Sheet Metal Component By Designing it as a Part
Types of Bends
Converting a Solid Body into a Sheet Metal Part
Ripping the Edges
Cuts in Sheet Metal Components Across the Bends
Cuts in a Sheet Metal Component Created from a Solid Model
Cuts in a Sheet Metal Component Created Using the Base Flange
Cylindrical and Conical Sheet Metal Components

Surface Modeling
Creating an Extruded Surface, Revolved Surface, Swept Surface
Creating a Lofted Surface, Boundary Surface
Creating a Planar Surface, Fill Surface, Radiated Surface
Offsetting Surfaces,Trimming Surfaces, Untrimming Surfaces
Extending Surfaces,Knitting Surfaces, Filleting Surfaces
Replacing Faces, Deleting Faces
Moving and Coping Surfaces, Mirroring Surface Bodies

1. 2D Sketching
2. Basic Modeling
3. Sketching Inside the Model
4. Sketch Driven Patterns
5. Using SolidWorks Simulation Xpress
6. The SimulationXpress Interface
7.Shelling and Ribs
8. Part Editing
9. Part Editing
10.Modeling Strategies for Configurations
11.Model Views
12.Bottom-Up Assembly
13.Analyzing the Assembly
14.Sheet Metal Design Components
15.Ripping the Edges
16.Surface Modeling