0 Replies Latest reply on Dec 8, 2012 11:10 PM by Robert Cruz

    Any recomendations of study for a CSWE Exam ?

    Robert Cruz

      I just found an unique exam to determine a level of proficiency in Solidworks @ http://www.solidprofessor.com/lang/en/affiliates/tests/default.asp?c=10&e=24&accid=78 is that kind of test we will have at SW CSWE ? the SOLIDWOKS Site does not give any hints on that matter, i guess a CSWE has to do a test without have any knowledge of which format will be ....Any recomendations besides the Forum https://forum.solidworks.com/thread/30962 ?

      Also i found the referenced topics a sufficient tip is that the completed list below ?

       

      Surface Modifications

      Opening a part document

      Working with Surfaces

      Deleting the faces

      Measuring the angle

      Rotating the handle

      Recreating the surfaces

      Hiding a solid body

      Trimming the surfaces

      Showing a surface body

      Knitting all surface bodies

      Creating a section view

      Measuring the mass

      Surface Modifications

      Assembly Modifications

      Opening an assembly document

      Editing the first component

      Adding Draft

      Viewing the draft results

      Editing the second component

      Replacing a plane

      Repairing the sketch errors

      Correcting the end condition

      Exiting the edit component mode

      Measuring the center of mass

      Using manual drafts

      The Order of Fillets

      Opening a part document

      Comparing the fillet results

      Planning the order of fillets

      Adding the face fillet

      Creating the constant fillet

      Adding another constant fillet

      Measuring the mass

      Fillet Options

      Flat Spring Assembly

      Starting a new part template

      Creating the helix - the sweep path

      Creating the sweep profile

      Adding the pierce relation

      Creating the swept feature

      Creating an axis

      Opening an assembly document

      Inserting the part into an assembly

      Showing the axis

      Adding mates

      Checking the degrees of freedom

      Adding coincident mates

      Applying dimension changes

      Viewing the results

      Calculating the center of mass

      Spring Assembly

      Part Modifications

      Opening a part document

      Modifying the model

      Converting the outline of a feature

      Deleting the on-edge relations

      Removing the raised feature

      Creating a cut

      Recreating the sweep path

      Using projected curve

      Creating the sweep profile

      Adding the pierce relation

      Creating a swept feature

      Calculating the mass

      Part modifications

      Replacing External References

      Opening an assembly document

      Examining the existing mates

      Suppressing the inplace mate

      Adding a concentric mate

      Editing a component

      Replacing the sketch plane

      Viewing the external ref. symbols

      Exiting the edit component mode

      Adding new mates

      Adding a concentric mate

      Adding a distance mate

      Measuring the center of mass

      Replacing External References

      Working with Multibody Parts

      Opening an assembly document

      Switching to the part level

      Editing a feature

      Using Move / Copy / Constraint

      Adding mates

      Changing the display option

      Using the combine command

      Using combine add

      Switching back to assembly

      Rebuilding the assembly

      Measuring the center of mass

      Exercise: Combining Multibodies

      Creating a Curved Spring

      Starting a new part template

      Creating the sweep path

      Creating the sweep profile

      Creating a swept feature

      Setting the twist type

      Entering the number of turns

      Assigning the material

      Calculating the final mass

      Exercise: Circular Spring - Expanded

      Working with Sketch Pictures

      Creating a layout sketch

      Inserting the picture

      Locating the picture

      Scaling the picture

      Tracing the picture

      Creating the offset entities

      Closing the traced sketch

      Adding the sketch fillets

      Adding the revolved centerline

      Revolving the sketch profile

      Measuring the mass of the part

      Sketch picture - Eagle head

      Using Cut With Surface

      Opening an assembly document

      Editing a component

      Creating a surface offset

      Creating a surface cut

      Flipping the cut direction

      Hiding a component

      Hiding a surface

      Adding fillets

      Exiting the edit component mode

      Calculating the mass

      Cut with Surface

      Using Belt Chain

      Starting a new part template

      Creating the main sketch

      Making the blocks

      Creating a belt chain

      Entering the belt length

      Adding the driving angular dimension

      Adding a reference dimension

      Applying dimension changes

      Checking the new belt length

      Changing the pulley's angle

      Entering the new belt length

      Exercise: Creating a belt chain

      SolidWorks Commands Icons and Toolbars.