This course is a comprehensive treatment of how to create and work with Sheet Metal tools using SOLIDWORKS software.
***The videos are recorded using 2017 version of SOLIDWORKS***
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Learning Methodology: The best way to learn is by doing. Use 2 monitors connected to the graphics card of your computer. Have one monitor (or mobile device) playing the video and the other monitor displaying SOLIDWORKS. You can also have the video playing on a mobile device such as a tablet or smart phone if you do not have 2 monitors available. Work along with the video to complete the tasks discussed in the video. Pause, rewind, and play the video as necessary while you work along with the instructor. Repeat the process as many times as you wish.
Develop Sheet Metal modeling skills and capabilities through this course:
David Brown has over twenty years of industry experience in a wide variety of manufacturing processes and environments. Everything from consumer products, custom millwork, electronic card assemblies, and large steel weldment fabrication. His roles have included Project Coordinator, Applications Engineer, Sales Designer, Shop Supervisor, Project Cost Estimator, Production Technician, and has filled several Team Leadership positions. Using a variety of CAD packages, including over a decade of SOLIDWORKS experience, his projects include high end restaurant equipment, acoustical enclosures for theaters and performing arts centers, and personal projects including residential home improvement and musical instruments. In addition to industry experience, David has a passion for education and has taught students in elementary, high school, and college level courses, and brings his knowledge, experience, and enthusiasm to the classroom.
David is currently a Training Engineer for Hawk Ridge Systems working out of our Beaverton, OR office. When he’s not teaching SOLIDWORKS, he’s at the beach, hiking in the mountains, or making music in his home studio.