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Solidworks Surface

Course Overview


Learning Surface Modeling unlocks the full potential of SOLIDWORKS as a modeling tool. You will learn how to fine-tune any small detail of a SOLIDWORKS model by controlling its topology; manipulating the “underlining” fabric of one or more faces in order to achieve the desired result.

You will also discover hybrid modeling techniques, combining surfacing and solid methods for creating complex shapes. A special lesson is dedicated to troubleshooting topology errors and repairing imported geometry.



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



  • Boundary Surface
  • Trim, Knit, and Thicken Surface
  • Ruled and Lofted Surface





  • Repairing Imported Geometry
  • Surface/Solid Hybrid Modeling
  • Master Model Techniques



  • Create complex surface designs using Loft and Sweep
  • Repair imported geometry using SOLIDWORKS Surfacing tools
  • Use surfaces to help you create complex parts
  • Use a master part model to create different versions of your design

• Solids and Surfaces

• Working with Surface Bodies

• Why Use Surfaces?

• Continuity Explained

• Workflow with Surfaces

• Similarities Between Solid and Surface Modeling

• Basic Surfacing

• Hybrid Modeling

• Using Surfaces to Modify Solids

• Interchanging Between Solids and Surfaces

• Performance Implications

• Surfaces as Construction Geometry

• Alternative to Trim, Knit, and Thicken

• Making Copies of Faces

• Importing Data

• Repairing and Editing Imported Geometry

• Stages in the Process

• Ruled Surfaces

• Lofting Surfaces

• Modeling the Lower Half

• Conclusion

• Design Changes

• Complex Blends

• Smoothing Patches

• Boundary Surface

• Freeform Feature

• Corner Blends

• Introduction to Master Models

• Surface Master Model Technique

• Working with a Solid Master Model

• Specialized Features for Plastic Parts