Solid Edge Training – Course Catalog

We offer a variety of Solid Edge Courses for your team. Below is our full Solid Edge course catalog. Register for a class today or request a customized course via the form.

Solid Edge Fundamentals with Sheet Metal (SE30250SM)

4 Day Class

This course is intended to help the novice and intermediate user become more proficient at production level solid modeling. The class focuses on fundamental skills and concepts central to the use of Solid Edge with Sheet Metal.

Upon completion of this class, students will have learned to utilize Solid Edge to design production level parametric models of parts and
assemblies. Key takeaways also include creating detail drawings and document management.

Course Topics:
• Solid Edge User Interface
• 2D Sketches and Profiles
• Synchronous and Ordered Design in Sheet Metal
• Building and Editing Assemblies
• Creating and Editing Detail Drawings of 3D Parts and Assemblies
• Document Management (Design Manager)

Prerequisites: None

Solid Edge Fundamentals with Part Environment (SE30250P)

4 Day Class

This course is intended to help the novice and intermediate user become more proficient at product level solid modeling. The class focuses on fundamental skills and concepts central to the use of Solid Edge with Part Environment.

Upon completion of this class, students will have learned to utilize Solid Edge to design production level parametric models of parts and assemblies. Key takeaways also include creating detail drawings and document management.

Course Topics:
• Solid Edge User Interface
• 2D Sketches and Profiles
• Synchronous and Ordered Design in Part Environment
• Building and Editing Assemblies
• Creating and Editing Detail Drawings of 3D Parts and Assemblies
• Document Management (Design Manager)

Prerequisites: None

Solid Edge Synchronous Modeling (SE30400)

2 Day Class
This course is essential for those users who would like to start taking advantage of the synchronous modeling functionality in Solid Edge. It is ideal for existing users that are used to working in the history based ordered environments.

Course Topics:
• Synchronous Interface
• Synchronous Sketching
• Geometry Editing with Steering Wheel and Live Rules
• Mirror and Patterns
• Geometry Re-use
• Geometry Relate Functions
• Assemblies and Synchronous Assembly Edits

Prerequisites: Solid Edge Fundamentals (SE30250)

Solid Edge Advanced Assemblies (SE30300)

2 Day Class

Where traditional assembly design focuses primarily on how parts fit together, Solid Edge Systems Design places additional emphasis on the function of a product and how components interact, thereby giving designers the power to advance beyond fit, to create intelligent,
functionally realistic models.

Course Topics:
• Improving overall assembly skills
• Advanced topics of building part relationships
• Designing parts in the context of an assembly (top down design)
• Using the variable table
• Systems design interference checking
• XpresRoute tubing and wiring
• Exploding assemblies
• Cutaway views
• Analyzing mechanisms
• Design Sensors
• Weldments
• Family of assemblies / configurations
• Rendering and Animation
• Revision Manager

Prerequisites: Solid Edge Fundamentals (SE30250)

Solid Edge Update Training (SE30350)

1 Day Class (ONLINE ONLY)

This course is designed to help experienced Solid Edge users transition to the latest software revision. Detailed course content varies, depending on the Solid Edge software revision from which the student is transitioning.

Students will touch on new design environments such as Synchronous and begin to learn techniques that will help them utilize the tools provided areas such as live sections, live rules, and steering wheel functionality.

Course Topics:
• Multi-body Modeling
• Automated Feature Recognition
• Live Rules Management
• Bounded Surface
• New Assembly Relationships
• Large Assembly Management Tools
• Insert Assembly Copy Functionality
• Mirrored Assemblies
• Replace Part Dimensioning and Annotation Changes
• Tables and Parts Lists
• Alternate Position Views
• Folded Views

Prerequisites: None

Solid Edge Surfacing (SE30450)

1 Day Class (ONLINE ONLY)

This course covers Solid Edge modeling functions to build free form surfaces. Free form surfaces are those that cannot be constructed using standard solid modeling features. This includes creating b-spline curves and other developed curves, building surfaces through one or more sets of curves, sweeping profiles along guides, and applying surface transition between faces.

Learn the workflows and modeling tools that make you more productive in creating surface models. The instructor will introduce areas of focus for each modeling workflow and then reinforce this topic with well-designed lab exercises.

Course Topics:
• Intro to Surface Modeling
• Indirect Curve Creation Techniques
• Surface Inspection Tools and Tips
• Creating and Editing Curves
• Surface Creation
• Surface Manipulation Tools

Prerequisites:
• Solid Edge Fundamentals (SE30250);
• Basic understanding of parametric modeling and profile / sketch construction

Solid Edge Sheet Metal (SE30500)

1 Day Class (ONLINE ONLY)
This course focuses on making the novice user aware of the potential uses of production level sheet metal design. The focus of this course is on the skills and concepts central to the use of Solid Edge Sheet Metal.

Upon completion of the course, students will know how to utilize Solid Edge to design production level parametric sheet metal parts.

Course Topics:
• Introduction to Solid Edge
• User Interface
• Reference Planes
• Profile/Sketch Tools
• Sheet Metal Features
• Sheet Metal Deformation Features
• Additional Sheet Metal Features

Prerequisites:
• Solid Edge Fundamentals (SE30250)

Solid Edge Rendering (SE30550)

1 Day Class (ONLINE ONLY)
This course covers Solid Edge rendering functions that allow for the
creation of high quality, photo-realistic renderings of parts or assemblies.

The students will be introduced to areas of focus for each rendering workflow and then reinforce this topic with well-designed lab exercises.

Course Topics:
• Environments Exploration
• Materials
• Lights
• Background, Foreground, and Scenes
• Render Modes
• Saving Your Work
• Creating a Material from Scratch
• Managing Custom Archives
• Decals and Textures

Prerequisites:
• Solid Edge Fundamentals (SE30250)

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