Receive a hands-on approach to learning the Computer Aided Design and Analysis software SolidWorks; used in a wide cross section of manufacturing market segments. Learn the basics of 3D modeling including; building parts, assemblies, technical drawings, Finite Element Analysis, Motion Analysis, and Fluid analysis. In addition to learning how to use the use the software, you will also receive instruction on design best practices. 3D printing may be employed.


For more information about this course, please contact infotech@ucsd.edu


  • COURSE NUMBER  MAE-40028
  • CREDIT  3.00 unit(s)


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