4.70 (563 reviews)
☑ At the end of my course students will have a solid creative understanding of 3D part modeling.
This course is a fast easy artistic approach to learning 3D CAD. This curriculum will open your eyes to an interesting world of patterns, shapes and creative design approaches. In effect this introduction to STEM is a collision of art, engineering and math. The format is open ended, creative while challenging; a practical, easy to follow cookbook approach to developing spatial thinking. You are free to work at your own pace, improving your skills independently of classroom pressures. Why take this course? After ten years of (trial and error) teaching university students new to Mechanical Engineering and Artistic Design I have worked hard to develop content that works.
We will use the Siemens Solid Edge software. This download is free to all students and is similar to Solidworks, Blender and Autodesk Inventor.
Getting Started - What You Need
3D Part Design with Solid Edge
01 - Creating Basic Shapes
02 - Rotating Parts - Fitting Parts
03 - Modifying Basic Shapes
04 - Sketch Shapes - Draw Commands
05 - Sketching Lines and Shapes
06 - Centering Sketches
07 - Metric and Inch Templates
08 - Opening the Right Template
09 - Which Face is the Front?
10 - The Face Solution
11 - Opening Solid Edge Files on the iPad
12 - Locking a Sketch to a Face - The Lock Command
13 - Adding Color to Part Faces and Features
14 - Saving Solid Edge Models as Images - JPG - BMP - TIF
15 - Labwork - Putting Concepts Togethers
16 - Understanding View Orientations
17 - Sphere Cage
18 - Locking and Unlocking to a Sketch Face
19 - Creating a Cube with Intersecting Cylinder Cutouts
20 - Creating Cube Variations
21 - Cube wit Intersecting Cubes
22 - Spot the Rabbit
23 Rounding Edge Basics
24 Round Edge Command
25 Command Finder
26 - Feature Tree
27 - Prompt Bar
28 - Rolling Spheres
29 Adding Features to the Rolling Spheres
30 - H Cube
31 - Cube with Spheres Removed
32 Cube with Spheres Removed from Each Corner
33 - Quiz
34 - Optical Illusion 01 - Which Line is Longer
35 Optical Illusion 02
36 - Bullseye
37 - Bullseye Offset
38 - Understanding Detailed Drawings
39 - Creating the 3D Model from the Drawing Sheet
40 - Drawing Sheet Example 02
41 - Sphere from Cube Variations
42 - Finding Area
43 - Why Keep the Axis Centered?
44 - Review
Hope to See You for Part 02 of Solid Edge Fundamentals
Si fue buena las clases pero el instructor debe ensañar el resto de detalles que trae el programa por que falto..
Los videos son instructivos y con la duración adecuada. Creo que se deberían de dibujar elementos reales relacionados conla mecánica o componenetes en los que se emplea Solidedge en su diseño. Dibujar cualquier cosa de cualquier manera no es aplicable en un entorno profesional.
yeah very good course specially for the beginners who want to have grasp on basic commands before moving onto the actual drawing
The Class is really useful, I'm looking to take the full class of the Solid Edge. Thank you Mr. John Devitry
Some of the beginning sections repeat information from a previous beginner course (the basic getting started stuff) but i guess that is expected.
It is very good for new learners . They explain each and every thing clearly with beautiful examples.
Really helped the tasks are easy to follow also, last time I did any CAD was back in college and was a lot different but this course gets your eye in.
The course is good match for me as this is my first time with CAD software. My last experience with technical drawing was with a drawing board and T-square. CAD is definitely far more productive. Love it.
The pace is constantly changing, as an experienced CAD user I find it frustrating as this is starting by teaching bad practice. You should start with a sketch, then fully constrain it, then extrude or revolve it to make it 3d
Only the very first steps in Solid Edge, but it's very well made and informative. I hope the instructor launch the second part of the tutorial.
This course was in depth, step by step curriculum which will definitely suitable for beginners, even they haven't used any designing software package in their life. Thank you
Very good training. Good starting point to get hands on CAD 3D modeling. However, when you are not a student and want to learn CAD, it's difficult to continue learning CAD over a longer time with professional SW tools, because these are only available as trial versions for some weeks, this is not enough.
It was a nice and simple course how to use the solidedge on artist way. I learn some new features Thank you
Instructions clear and easy to follow, more info on downloading the student app would be helpful, I still haven't received anything from Seimens
I know a lot of this things already, but took this course nevertheless to be sure. It was worth it :)