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Advanced Part Modeling

Course Overview


The Advanced Part Modeling course is for SOLIDWORKS users who need to create complex parts and want to learn how to use more advanced features; including sweeps, lofts, boundaries, and every type of fillet.

Also, in the course are best practices for creating efficient parts including using Boolean operations in multibody parts in order to save time. Building master models for parametrically driving whole projects. Plus, reverse-engineering complex models with sketch pictures.



  • Completed SOLIDWORKS Essentials
  • At least 1 month using software
  • Able to take time out for training



  • Completed SOLIDWORKS Essentials
  • At least 1 month using software
  • Able to take time out for training





·         Better part production with Master Parts

·         Manipulate faces with advanced features

·         Techniques for advanced freeform shapes



  • Create complex freeform parts associated with consumer product design.
  • Create multibody parts and split them to create assemblies.
  • Use advanced features to generate custom solid model part designs.

• Multibody Solids

• Multibody Techniques

• Introducing: Solid Bodies Folder

• Feature Scope

• Patterning Bodies

• Tool Body

• Introducing: Insert Part

• Introducing: Move/Copy Bodies

• Combining Bodies

• Introducing: Combine

• Common Bodies

• Indent Feature

• Introducing: Delete Body

• Local Operations

• Modeling Negative Space

• Using Cut to Create Multibodies

• Saving Solid Bodies as Parts and Assemblies

• Introducing: Insert into New Part

• Introducing: Save Bodies

• Splitting a Part into Multibodies

• Introducing: Split

• Creating an Assembly

• Introducing: Create Assembly

• Using Split Part with Legacy Data

• Sketching Splines

• Introducing: Spline

• Introducing: Show Curvature Combs

• Sketch Picture • Introducing: Sketch Picture

• Review

• Sweeping

• Case Study: Faux Raised Panel Door

• Sweep with Guide Curves

• Case Study: Bottle

• Sweep Options

• Sweep with Guide Curves

• Introducing: Dome

• Introducing: Selection Manager

• Case Study: Modeling a Spring

• Sweeping Along a 3D Path

• 3D Sketching

• Introducing: Helix and Spiral

• Introducing: Projected Curve

• Introducing: Composite Curve

• Introducing: Fit Spline

• Applying the Label to the Bottle

• Modeling Threads

• Case Study: Creating a Curve Through a Set of Points

• Sketch Blocks

• Introducing: Sketch Blocks

• Equation Driven Curves

• Introducing: Equation Driven Curve

• Introducing: Split Line

• Orientation and Twist Control

• Align with End Faces

• Sweeping Along Model Edges

• Sweeping a Tool Body

• Why Lofts and Boundary Features?

• How Lofting and Boundary Work

• Boundary Feature vs Loft

• Introducing: Boundary Feature

• Using Derived and Copied Sketches

• Copying a Sketch

• Derived Sketches • Introducing: Insert Derived Sketch

• Direction Boundary Feature

• Layout Sketches 

• Introducing: Split Entities

• Cleaning Up a Model

• Introducing: Delete Face

• Introducing: Deviation Analysis

• Advanced Fillets

• Analyzing Geometry

• Introducing: Display Curvature

• Intersection Curve

• Zebra Stripes

• Wrap Feature

• Deform Feature

• Introducing: Knit Surface 

• Move Face and Delete Face

• Introducing: Move Face

• Performance Considerations